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From 'Cooking Inspired By Love - home cooked food recipes' ebook:

Tina Lee:
"Kelly, at last, I downloaded my copy and was shocked!! It is a very well written book that could bring you lots of money!! I am so happy and feel like I got a Big Lucky draw prize. One day, I know I will be able to tell my friends that " hey the author is my facebook friend!! " Thank you very much for this easy to understand e-book. :) Looking forward to many yummy meals!!"

Henry Chua BK:
"Kelly, very touched. Thanks for sharing this e-book. Guess the world needs to share with this type of 'love'."

Peggy Campbell:
"Kelly.....WOW!!! Your e-book is awesome! I am so impressed with your recipes.....your beautiful pictures....and your excellent tech skills to get that all done! I have spent an hour just looking and drooling. Thanks so much for generously sharing so much!"

Gerilyn Gavanda Mauck:
"Such a wonderful gift; you are a blessing!"

Faith Lin Mei Khuan:
"I got it! Very very nice!!! TQ. Sell it online."

Jaycen Lim:
"Congrats! Get it published! :-)"

Choo Lee Lian:
"Congrats, Kelly! You managed to get it out on this love-filled day ;) Good work! Can I share your e-book with ‘Being WOMAN’ members?"

Lew Smallwood:
"Congratulations Kelly. A great effort and result."

Celia Cheong:
"Kelly, Happy Valentines! You are great! Love all your recipes, and thanks for the sharing."

Richard Baey:
"Great book, Kelly!"

Kenny Ding:
"Kelly, thanks for sharing your cooking recipe book. Well done! :)"

Chiharu Ohsato:
"Thank you Kelly! I'm very looking forward to cooking them!"

Linda Jane Jervis:
"What a beautiful e-book from a beautiful woman. Thanks Angel ♥ "

Cara Ong Buehler:
"Thanks Kelly for your wonderful e-book. Simply love all your recipes, will be trying them soon!"

Michael Goh:
"You are a fantastic cook. Your dishes look colorful! I appreciate that you have spent great amounts of efforts in compiling your recipes into an e-book and share it with us unselfishly. Well done, Kelly!"

Angelina Hurtado Greenwood:
"Kelly, loved going through my copy of your great new 'Cooking Inspired By Love' cookbook. I love it, it's just lovely. Many great recipes, many good healthy ways to cook and eat, a simpler shopping method to make life healthier and easier for us all!! Can't wait to cook and taste some or all of them, more likely!! Thank you so much, you are a sweet thoughful young lady!!"

Lymond Koh:
"Hi Kelly, what a splendid gesture - Thanks. Great foods really juice up the mood, making good a hard day. Having a discerning taste, (better still if one can cook) constitutes the everyday happiness. And this culinary gem will make me a more literate food-lover, hence a happier day. Viva your gastronomic adventure!"

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