Some answers to questions about ordering Steal Like An Artist…
If you want to buy the book in English and live outside of the U.S., first ask your local bookseller if they can order you a copy for you from their book wholesaler, or if you live in a country where English isn’t the first language, from their English-language book wholesaler. If your bookstore asks for the book’s ISBN (or book code), it’s 9780761169253.
If you aren’t near a bookstore, all the international Amazons have the book in stock now (Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de, Amazon.fr, Amazon.ca, Amazon.co.jp, Amazon.it, etc.). The Book Depository also has the book in stock, as do the online sites of many large book retailers (Waterstones in the UK, Libri.de in Germany, BOL.com in the Netherlands, etc.).
If you’re a bookstore outside of the U.S. and want to order the English-language edition of the book from a Workman distributor in your country, please see this list.
If you’re trying to purchase an electronic copy in your country, you can get it in .epub format at Ebooks.com. I know it’s available on Kindle, Nook, and iTunes in the U.S., but I’ve heard that some international readers have had trouble accessing them. All in all, it’s probably easier to try to get a paperback copy. (I *highly* recommend the paperback — it was written and designed specifically to be read on paper, and it’s quite handsome.)
I really appreciate my international readers, and I hope it’s not too much of a pain to get your hands on the book.
If you want to read the book in a language other than English, here are the current translations.
I just want to give you money for your book — can’t I PayPal you cash and you email me a PDF or something?
I know, I know, it’s crazy, but I just can’t. Sorry! Doing so would violate my agreement with Workman Publishing, who’ve done such an amazing job on the book and are working hard to get it to your country as soon as possible.
How would you feel if I just stole your book like an artist?
Awful! A lot of blood and sweat went into that book, and I have hungry mouths in my house to feed. You want Milo to starve? Dang, man!
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