Win a Copy of a Great Book from My New Blog

My name is Eliza, and I have too many blogs.

I’m a…a…blogaholic.

Along with Happy Simple Living, I have a blog on my professional website:

Eliza Cross website


I blog at Bensa Bacon Lovers, the exclusive society for bacon lovers:


Bensa International for bacon lovers


And my latest project is 100 Things I Want:


100 Things I Want Blog

100 Things I Want is a place for people to share their hopes and dreams, and experience the powerful results that can occur from getting clear about your goals and writing them down. Inspired in part by the classic book, Write It Down, Make It Happen by Henriette Anne Klauser, this concept is also at the heart of my new novel (more details to come!) about a woman who writes down everything she wants in her ideal soul mate.

Between now and May 1, 2012, if you submit a list you’ll be entered in a drawing for a new, hardback copy of Write It Down, Make It Happen. Your list can be about any topic related to your hopes and dreams, and it can contain five things, 23 things, 57 things or 100 things – the length is totally up to you. Try to keep the language positive and affirming, and e-mail your list to I’ll be featuring selected lists all month, and give away the book on May 2.

In the coming days, I hope you’ll stop by, say hello, and perhaps be inspired to share your own list.

Meanwhile, like any good addict, I really think this is the last blog I’m going to start…the last one, I tell you!


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About Eliza Cross

Eliza Cross is a full-time writer and the author of 15 books about food and home design. She has been blogging about simplicity and sustainable living since 2006.

3 thoughts on “Win a Copy of a Great Book from My New Blog”

  1. wow! I never realized that there was a book about this or that other people had done this same thing! When I was bemoaning the fact that I might never find my soul mate my mom told me to write down what I thought my soul mate would be like,and pray about it. Then I connected up with an old school friend of my brother’s. I was in the US and he was in Australia, but we e-mailed, I visited, and then emigrated, and now we have been happily married for 7 years.


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