How to win a free e-cookbook? Win a free e-book of Accessory Recipes (small recipes that make a big difference)

Well, I’ll come to the mechanic of winning the e-cookbook in a bit but just want to talk about the magic of small things first. Malcolm Gladwell captured it in his bestselling book- Tipping Point-How small things can make a big difference. He describes The tipping point as that magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire. Just as a single sick person can start an epidemic of the flu, so too can a small but precisely targeted push cause a fashion trend, the popularity of a new product, or a drop in the crime rate. A single man like Wael Ghonim who became the symbol of Egyptian revolution, the 140 characters of a tweet or small contributions to Wikipedia- all make a big difference.  At a much smaller level, what differentiates a good day from a bad one could be – a compliment, a kind gesture, a good night’s sleep, a laugh or a meal shared with a friend. I remember this lovely little song about love by John Denver which goes like this-

You fill up my senses,Like a night in a forest, like a mountain in spring time, like a walk in the rain…

The cookbook Accessory Recipes for Magical Mealtimes is full of such small easy recipes, and if you would like to win a copy of its e-book- share  on my facebook page –  a  small thing has touched your life to make a big difference in it. Share it here and with your friends. The post with maximum likes and comments (put together) will win a free copy the Accessory Recipes ebook. Winner will be picked on 31st Dec 2011- And my decision will be final and undisputed. Have a good day!

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