You can buy my book on Amazon.com. They’ll ship it anywhere in the world.
Your local bookstore
Many bookstores in North America carry Just Don’t Fall.
If your bookstore doesn’t have it, cruise over to their Customer Service desk and they’ll be happy to order you a copy.
My book is available in (some) bookstores in U.S., Canada, Germany, Australia or New Zealand. If you live in one of these countries and your bookstore doesn’t have it, their customer service desk can order it for you.
WHAT IF I LIVE IN ANOTHER COUNTRY LIKE, SAY, NORTH KOREA OR EUROPE?
Just search for it on Amazon.com. If you live in North Korea, you have much worse problems than being unable to buy my book at your local bookstore. But I am impressed that you found a way to access the internet. Also, Europe is not a country. It's a continent.
WHAT IF I LIVE IN ANTARCTICA?
Shut up, troll.
IS IT AVAILABLE ON THE iPAD?
Yes, it's in the iBookstore.
IS IT AVAILABLE ON THE KINDLE?
I LIKE LISTENING TO YOU READ. IS THERE AN AUDIOBOOK?
Yes. And yes, I did the reading for it. In fact, I'm using that recording as the soundtrack for the YouTube chapters of the book.
You can get the audiobook on iTunes or Audible.com.
You can also download the first five hours of the audiobook free.
IS THIS BOOK APPROPRIATE FOR CHILDREN?
Not really. Do not be confused by the fact that it is written from a child’s perspective; it contains mature content.
WHICH EDITION HAS YOUR FACE ON IT?
It’s the Australian edition.
ARE THESE TRUE STORIES?/HOW DO YOU REMEMBER SO MANY DETAILS FROM YOUR CHILDHOOD?
Three sources: My journals, my memories, and my parents’ memories.
FYI, here’s a quote from the Editor’s Note in the front of the print version:
“These are true stories.
Memoirs, based as they are on memories, are inherently skewed by point of view. That being said, the author of this work has attempted to adhere to the truth of his memories as best he can.
Most dialogue, of course, has been reconstructed, but the author has interviewed many of the people who were present at key moments. In some cases the author has condensed chronology and dialogue for the sake of narrative pacing.”