Last updated on July 20th, 2020
Buy online from Amazon
Want both paperback and Kindle ebook? If you're in the US, when you've bought the paperback, Amazon.com should offer you the Kindle version too for a reduced price.
Buy online from The Book Depository for free delivery world-wide
For the paperback only
If your country doesn't have Amazon, this is a good solution
Buy from a bookshop
A bookshop that doesn't stock the book will order it for you. Whatever the country. It will take longer than buying through Amazon and probably longer than The Book Depository too.
Place a request in your library
Even if you're buying the book, do please place a request. Librarians like to stock relevant books, and your request helps make the book available to others.
Buy the ebook directly from me
Getting the kindle or epub direcly from me means you can easily share with family members, and also come back for updates.
Buying the Kindle version from Amazon will not give you those benefits, but would give you the advantage that the ebook would automatically appear on your Kindle reader. The price should be the same.
I regularly make improvements to the book and make sure it's up to date. Whatever route you follow to buy the book, as long as it's not second-hand or old stock in a bricks-and-mortar shop, you will get the very latest. You can check the date of your version on the copyright page.
These will also help you
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If it is difficult for you to afford
Eating disorders affect rich and poor and are not confined to wealthy countries. If even the ebook price is a problem, contact me and I will gladly give you access to an ebook (for free or for whatever you're comfortable with). Same with the audio resources. While I would like some income for the work I've put into this book, I would be gutted if money was an obstacle to me helping you. If you’re concerned about someone who can’t afford my resources, please direct them to me (rather than sharing copyright materials), as then I’m glad to give access for free.