A wonderful site, Blog2Print, will take your blog posts and turns them into a book for you. You will not believe how simple it is. With only a few clicks of your mouse, like magic, you have your very own book. All you have to do is choose your cover (hard or soft), the posts you’d like to include, and voila, you’re on your way to creating your very own blog book.
|Tasty seafood & French Memories|
|Table of Contents|
You’ve probably guessed that my dedication page is to the love of my life and the photographer for My Carolina Kitchen, my wonderful husband Meakin.
|Carmine's Gourmet Market, Palm Beach, Florida|
|Bahamian Junkanoo on Green Turtle Cay, Abaco|
Blog2Print is offering a $40 gift certificate to one of my readers towards the purchase of your very own blog book. That will make roughly a 60 page hardcover book or a 90 page soft cover book.
To QUALIFY for this giveaway, all you need to do is leave a comment saying who you would dedicate your book to and why. It’s that simple.
The winner will receive a $40 gift certificate to Blog2Print and this giveaway is open to bloggers worldwide. If you live outside the United States, you will be responsible for the shipping for your book. (Shipping is free within the US). The contest will end on December 8, 2010.
For TWO chances to win, if you follow My Carolina Kitchen, please leave a second comment saying so.
For an ADDITIONAL TWO chances to win, blog about this giveaway on your blog or put it on your Facebook page.
|Extra pages for more photos|
Our blogs are essentially diaries of our lives and I love flipping through my book remembering our fabulous vacation to the south of France, our favorite recipes, farmers markets we’ve visited, road trips we’ve taken, and places we’ve eaten.
|French Patisserie in Saint Remy de Provence|
|Birthday celebration in Marsh Harbour, Abaco, The Bahamas|
The book would make a lovely gift for a family member or even a gift for you. I’m anxious to hear who you would dedicate your book to and why. Good luck to all. The giveaway ends December 8, 2010.