My Dear Patient North American and British Friends,

You can now preorder order First, We Make the Beast Beautiful. And the great thing is that…

Barnes & Noble is offering 30% off for Early Birds (still!), and Amazon US is offering 34% off!

You can click straight through and buy from here….

Also Target are offering 34% off – you can shop that here. And Indiebound have it too, if that’s more your vibe.

The book is on sale as of April 24, 2018 in the US and April 26, 2018 in the UK. 

You can now buy at your favourite store

Click through below now US peeps, and head here for Waterstones or here for Amazon Brits. If you’re in Oz, Booktopia is your best bet.


You can read more about the book, find out if it’s your vibe, here. And here’s a little extract from it about what we need from loved ones when we’re super anxious. The book will be in the same format – hardcopy, with a fabric cover and a “Moleskin” feel. With an octopus on the cover (you have to read it to find out why).

Some of my US friends have already read it:

“Probably the best book on living with anxiety that I’ve ever read, and I have (unfortunately) read many. Sarah is full of expert advice while remaining grounded and incredibly human. Her vulnerability is her strength. And after reading, it will hopefully be yours too.”

— Mark Manson, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

“A witty, well-researched, and insightful book about negotiating a new relationship to anxiety.”

— Andrew Solomon, New York Times bestselling author of Far from the Tree

“Sarah’s life mission is to help us all feel less lonely in our pain. These pages are filled with authenticity and clear direction for how to return to our spiritual truth.”

— Gabrielle Bernstein, #1 New York Times bestselling author of May Cause Miracles

“Sarah is a brilliant and agile writer, who takes aim at under-exposed affections, helps us to understand them and shows us path towards a solution. First with sugar addiction and now with anxiety, she curates the latest research and takes readers on a journey that will change the way we think about the disease and the people who suffer from it.”

— Dan Buettner, New York Times bestselling author of The Blue Zones