How to Be Gluten Free eBook

How to Be Gluten Free

I have some exciting news to share with you today.  After many months of working on and off on an eBook, I have finally finished it! How to Be Gluten Free is now available on Amazon, and today and tomorrow I am offering it to you for free!

How to Be Gluten Free Description

For most people, going gluten free or having a child or spouse go gluten free is very overwhelming and often discouraging. Sometimes it’s even depressing. How to Be Gluten Free is intended to give hope and help to those who are on a gluten-free diet for any reason.

Ten chapters give ten steps to take in the process, starting with the most basic but very important step of facing emotions. Giving up food is a grieving process for many, and acknowledging that is the first step to handling it successfully.

The remaining steps are more practical in nature and help people learn what they need to know to successfully buy and prepare gluten-free food, supplements, and personal care products as well as eat out safely, and connect with others.

This is not a cookbook, but a few recipes are included in an appendix to get you started.

Get Your Free Copy

How to Be Gluten Free (affiliate link) is only available at the Amazon Kindle Store.  But you don’t have to own a Kindle to be able to read it. Amazon’s free reading apps allow you to read Kindle books on your computer or smart phone.

The eBook normally sells for $2.99, which is a great deal, but today and tomorrow (May 21 & 22) I’m offering this book for free.

Please Leave a Review

I am thrilled to offer a free copy of this book to my readers.  I appreciate you all, and I hope this book will be helpful to you.

After downloading and looking through the book, I ask that you please consider leaving a review of the eBook on Amazon.  Reviews are very important in helping other people make buying decisions.  Your review will assist other buyers and also help me.

Get your free copy of How to Be Gluten Free now!


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  1. Michelle says

    I have been gluten free for over 6 years. It is sites like yours that help me to stay on the diet without fear of cross contamination. The information and recipes provided have been invaluable to me.

  2. Aisha Fish says

    I’ve been gluten free since I was diagnosed with celiac at age 12. I’m now 40 and I continue to be amazed at the new developments and creativity in gluten free cooking and baking! I’m excited to see what your new cookbook has to offer.

  3. says

    Thanks for offering free copies of your book. This resource is greatly needed especially for those new to gluten-free.

  4. Jen says

    Looking forward to reading this! We’ve been steadily moving towards gluten free so this is perfect timing! Thank you so much!

  5. carmen mcdermott says

    Thank you for making this available, Linda, but I am having trouble finding it on It says it isn’t available for my country (Canada), is that really the case?

  6. Tammy says

    I ordered your book yesterday and am so anxious to read it. However, it isn’t showing up in my kindle app. It says I have already purchased it and won’t let me do it again. Any ideas?

    • says

      Tammy, be sure it is actually downloaded to your device and not just in your cloud reader. On my Kindle Fire I go to books and tap the “cloud” tab. Then tap the book and it downloads.

  7. Audrey says

    Thank you for the offer have been gluten free obviously, all my life, but my body started to breakdown aged 48. Thank goodness people are more aware of this illness.

  8. Kris says

    I have a husband & son with Celiac’s. Even though we have been living this lifestyle for 7 years, I am always looking for and learning new things.

  9. Terri says

    Thank you Linda!
    Even tho I already had read most of the information, this book helped me in that it reminded me that food prepared in an area with non-GF flour in the air can contaminate GF food. I had been buying bread from a local bakery that was labeled gluten-free. I had been sick for months (standard Celiac symptoms), and reading your book, it hit me!!! I found the culprit! I called the co-op selling the bread, and emailed the bakery, and they are going to rel-label the bread “Buckwheat, Flax and Rice Bread, no gluten- ingredients used”, and the co-op is going to remove the gluten-free tag on the shelf. I am going to begin making bread as I hope to feel better and have more energy soon with my symptoms subsiding!
    Thank you!

  10. Jeanne says

    Alas! Since I was away from home, and not using the computer every day, I missed out on the giveaway! But I guess $2.99 isn’t all that bad. Is it also for computers? When I checked on Amazon, it only showed for Kindle Fire. I don’t have one of those….

  11. Denise jelly says

    I think I have a gluten allergy waiting for results! I’m lost when it comes to what to eat! Hope this can give me some guide nice!!

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