If you are an Amazon.co.uk customer, then you are eligible to review my children's book, "In Case There's a Fox" for UK readers.
I would love to review your book. I used to do book reviews for a home schooling organisation.
I am an amazon.co.uk customer / affiliate but live in Thailand at the moment. Do I still qualify?
Georgia, yes, I believe you still qualify, if you have an account at amazon.co.uk. All they require is that you have the account and have bought some item with it from them (but not necessarily the item you are reviewing.) Drop me an email through my profile page, and I will make a copy available to you!
by Katherine Tyrrell 3 years ago
A very interesting article - with ramifications for anybody who has ever provided a fake review http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2 … -reviewers"Online retailer files lawsuit in US against people whose names it says it does not know, claiming they offer reviews for sale"Let's...
by Deidre Shelden 6 years ago
How do you write a book review?What are the key elements to include in the content of a book review? How long should it be? Should an outline of the book be included, or not?
by Crystal Tatum 6 years ago
Do you let Amazon pick the products that are linked on your hub or do you pick them?
by eminator21 6 years ago
I'm nearing completion of one of my projects, and I'm thinking it's the book I want to debut with. I've always been cautious of publishing companies, especially when I hear about how they dictate everything from titles to content. I started looking into self-publishing as an alternative, but it's...
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