Not My Job: 'Eat, Pray, Love' Author Gets Quizzed On Dieting, Blasphemy, Hate
Elizabeth Gilbert was a successful magazine writer in New York when she went through a life crisis and decided to travel the world. When she got back, her book Eat Pray Love become one of the biggest best-sellers of the past decade, along with its sequel Committed . Her latest novel is called The Signature of All Things.
We've invited Gilbert to play a game called "I refuse to eat, pray, or love." Three questions about dieting, blasphemy and hate.
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