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My Cookbook Giveaway

My Cookbook Mint, Cinnamon & Blossom Water, Flavours of Cyprus, Kopiaste, has finally been translated into Greek and published on Smashwords.

The Greek title of my cookbook is “Kopiaste stin Kouzina mou”, which means Welcome to my Kitchen.

If you can read Greek or have Greek friends who would like to win it, please leave your comment on my Greek blog.

We shall be going to Athens next week to be with out children during Christmas, but it’s the first time that we shall not share any presents and will try and make it through the holidays without any extravagant expenses.

Now that the Christmas holidays are just around the corner, please consider that it would be a wonderful gesture if you could support me by sending my cookbook (either the Greek or English one) as a gift to yourself, to your family or friends and help me keep this blog going.

The cookbooks are also available directly from me in pdf at the price of 6 Euros each payable through Paypal (ivyliac [at] gmail [dot] com).

Thank you,

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7 Responses

  1. Good to know that you have finished translating your book!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  2. Anne

    Great that book is done and ready for Christmas!

  3. Congratulations on your book being finished in Greek! Thinking of you during this difficult time and wishing you a happy holiday season.

    • Ivy

      Thank you Lisa.

  4. I am glad you book is ready for Christmas!!! I am so sorry about your situation,Ivy!I hope Things get better for you, your family and country on 2013! Enjoy your family this holiday season……That is the real meaning of Christmas 🙂

  5. Nice that you translated your book and is available in English…
    Have a great week Ivy!

  6. That’s fantastic that the books in ellenika now! I’d love to send this to my Aunt Mary in Athens.

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