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Giveaway: Living Like Ed Books Autographed By Ed Begley Jr.

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I almost forgot about today’s giveaway! Saturdays have a way of making you lose track. Thank God.

Lucky for you, I spotted Ed Begley Jr. on television this afternoon (while watching a little Living With Ed) and a CFL went on above my head! Today’s giveaway is four autographed copies of Ed Begley Jr.’s new book Living Like Ed. That’s right, your chances of winning have just been quadrupled!

Now honestly, you could probably build a house with the amount of ‘green tip’ books out there — but Living Like Ed is one of the rare ‘how-tos’ from someone that’s actually tried all of them! This is some real, humorous, honest advice for taking that next big green leap. Here’s a bit from the site,

“Now, as more and more of us are looking for ways to reduce our impact on the planet and live a better, greener life, Ed shares his experiences on what works, what doesn’t – and what will save you money! From recycling more materials than you ever thought possible to composting without raising a stink to buying an electric car, Living Like Ed is packed with ideas – from obvious to ingenious – that will help you live green, live responsibly, live, well, Like Ed.”

Don’t forget to also check out Ed’s green discussion site called Fixing The Planet.

Want a book? Leave a comment shedding adoration on Ed! Maybe he’ll even stop by to say hello. Four people will be chosen at random to receive the books. Complete rules and giveaway details are available here.

Don’t forget! We’re still accepting entries for cameo lamp and ecoSkin Pearl Top!

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