If a book that i wrote is accepted on Kindle for purchase am i allowed to write a hub about it to self-promote it?
As long as the original author does so, there should be no problem.
How do you come to that conclusion? Writers welcome reviews by other writers, since it means (especially on Kindle) increased sales.
Reviews by another user may also be more impartial.
Nonsense - anyone can promote any book on Amazon - and I am not aware of Smashwords being a banned affiliate - but nothing would surprise me these days
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