Thank you for the following reply - please see my response below it: Hello Bev, I'm sorry for any frustration caused. I understand that you would like to add the category "Books->Biography->Social & health issues->eating disorders" to your book "Anorexia Boy Recovery: A mother's blog about her teenage son's recovery from anorexia Part I - 2011."
I've checked on Amazon.com, but unfortunately I still couldn't locate the "Biography" category. After clicking "Books" on Amazon.com, I was only able to find "Biographies & Memoirs" category on the left hand column under the heading "Department." I've also checked the ISBN-10: 074995518X, ISBN-13: 978-0749955182 on Amazon.com, but the book doesn't show this category.
Currently, this book shows the following 2 categories as found under the heading "Look for Similar Items by Category" 1. Books > Biographies & Memoirs > Specific Groups > Women 2. Books > Self-Help > Eating Disorders
I'll appreciate if you can please provide us with the link of the page that shows the "Biography" category on any book or anywhere on Amazon.com.Hmmmmnnnn, I say...
Why on earth it's different over here in the UK I have no idea.
And why I could only get listed at Amazon.com under "Women" if I want to be listed under "Biographies & Memoirs", I have no idea either.
My books aren't about women (if you exclude me from the mix, of course...)
Neither are they "self help" books. Well, not really, especially when I come to publish my main book: "Please eat..." which is our own personal story about Ben's descent into and out of anorexia.
But my books ARE about eating disorders. Obviously.
So at the moment I am floating around Amazon.com homeless... unless I just want to be listed under (general, no-specific) "Memoirs"...
Meanwhile, dear dear dear Amazon, please can you list me on Amazon.co.uk under the correct category?
Yet another instance, my dear blog followers, of eating disorders not being taken seriously - and eating disorders in males being ignored altogether.
I await their reply...