ABOUT

So to the blurb:

“Preethi Nair worked as a management consultant but gave it up to follow her dream and write her first book, Gypsy Masala. Having been rejected by a number of publishers, she set up her own publishing company and PR agency to publish and promote the book. Working under the alias of Pru Menon, Preethi managed to gain substantial coverage and after two years of a roller coaster journey, she managed to sign a three-book deal with HarperCollins. She won the Asian Woman of Achievement award for her endeavours and “Pru” was also short listed as Publicist of the Year for the PPC awards.”

Pru/I didn’t win, thank God, as it would have been difficult to thank the various parts of myself: author, marketing, PR, editorial, sales who it had been a pleasure to work with. Anyway back to the story…

100 Shades of White was bought by the BBC for a television adaptation. The Colour of Love, a fictionalised account of this journey, was released with a reissue of Gypsy Masala. Preethi writes for a number of broadsheets, is an ambassador for the Prince's Trust and is MD of Kiss the Frog, a company that takes storytelling into organisations. She is also on the faculty at London Business School, Cranfield University and the FT.”

Currently, well…I am trying to convince the sheep that it is a really great idea to go on stage and perform "Sari: the whole nine yards," a play that I have written. The sheep is not entirely convinced but I believe we are nearly there and all that is needed is to practise roaring. So, I/we are about to embark on another adventure.......