Email Guidelines, and Frequently Asked Questions
Before you send me a note, please read the following. A link to my email form follows at the bottom of the page.
I am overwhelmed with the enthusiasm of my readers.
I would love to answer all your questions, but I just don't have time.
Here is what I would like to ask from you, my enthusiastic friend. Please observe the following guidelines before sending me an email.
First, I will give you an idea about which kinds of messages I will respond to, and which I probably will not.
Second, Take a look at some frequently asked questions to see if your question is answered there.
Finally, if you wish to send me a message, a link to my contact form is at the bottom of the page.
Messages I will respond to
- Questions about ordering my book, Stop Cheating On Your Low Carb Diet!
- Any problems you have downloading my book.
- Positive comments or constructive criticism about the book.
- Problems with site navigation or layout.
- Newsletter problems (e.g., didn't receive, can't seem to subscribe, etc.)
- Offers to send me nice things for free (money, cars, etc.) :)
- Any user comment that I want to follow up on.
- NOTE: if you have a reciprocal link request, please visit this page.
Messages I welcome, but may not respond to
- Editorial comments -- misspellings, grammar, factual disputes, etc -- I welcome this kind of feedback.
- Any other suggestions for improving the site
- Any stories you wish to share.
- Any information, new studies, etc., you want to share.
- Compliments and notes of encouragement-- If it's especially glowing and well written, I may respond to ask you if I can use your comment as a site testimonial.
- Criticisms of any kind.
Messages I can no longer respond to
- Requests for advice about how to do a low carb diet.
- Requests for advice about how to modify recipes.
- Requests for advice about where to find information ( I do welcome your suggestions about information I should provide links to. I just need to avoid the burden of answering such requests in a timely manner in an email message)
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I buy a physically bound copy of your book?
A: No, I'm sorry. I only have the eBook. Maybe after a couple of editions I will pursue a publisher to provide a bound copy, but that isn't in the works right now.
For what it's worth, I sometimes print out the eBooks I purchase, and put them in three-ring binders, so I can have them on my shelf, and take notes in the margins. But that's only if I find the book really worthy. Otherwise, I tend to skim ebooks on my computer screen and just print out sections that are particularly good so I can read the material in a coffee shop or something.
And, as promised, here is the link to my contact form.
Thank you for helping me out.