How to purchase my eBooks

For those who know what you’re doing and just want links, my books are available at the following online venues. Links will take you to my author page with book list on each site.


 [Amazon US]  [Amazon UK]  

and [Amazon DE]  [Amazon Fr]  [Amazon ES]  [Amazon Italy] [Amazon IN] [Amazon JP] [Amazon BR] [Amazon CA] [Amazon MX] [Amazon AU]

For those of you new to the eBook world, here are instructions on how to purchase an eBook.

First of all, eBook stands for electronic book. What you will be buying is a file which will contain images of the book, including cover etc.

To start do you have an eBook reading device? There are a number of these hand held devices available. If not, don’t worry! You can also read eBooks right on your computer!

Amazon has a number of Kindle Apps (free!) for desktop, laptop, ipads, phones etc.

If you have a Kindle you may purchase the eBook at Amazon (

(Or other amazon sites)

Open a new window. Go to the link above.

You haven’t already you will need to sign up for a free account.

You will see a link on the right hand side, buy now with 1-Click.

If you prefer you can also download the Kindle desktop application and read the book on your computer.

See links on right for How buying works, and available for your PC.

These sites take either Paypal or Credit Cards for payment. ALL SITES ARE SECURE!

Signing up for accounts at any of these sites is free and quick. You don’t have to worry about a lot of emails from them either. Should you ever get one, sign in, go to setting and unclick anything saying you want news or updates.

Still have questions? Please feel free to email me!

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