Diabetes Cookbook Giveaway!

February 18, 2008 by  
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The Big Book of Diabetic DessertsNot long ago I blogged about The Big Book of Diabetic Desserts, written by Jackie Mills MS, RD. This month I am giving away a copy to one Battling The Monster reader. I was given two books, one for myself and one just for this contest!

So, you may be wondering how you can win this copy. It is very easy, really. If you have a blog, whether it is diabetes related or not, just post an entry about this contest then comment here. If you do not have a blog, just post about this contest either A.) In a forum you frequent and leave a link to it here (your signature counts) or B.) Post about it on one of your social accounts like Myspace, Twitter, or Facebook.

You must leave a comment with a link to your post so I can verify it and so you do not miss out! The winner will be chosen at random from all comments left on March 3rd.

For more information on the book, take a peek at The Big Book of Diabetic Desserts on Amazon.

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4 Responses to “Diabetes Cookbook Giveaway!”
  1. Mary K says:

    I posted my reason for wanting a free cookbook here:

    I am always looking for ways to make learning fun and—rewarding.

  2. Another sample comment – don’t worry .. I’ll delete these later! // HART

  3. * Testing the comments on this post …..

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