Not my book; Sebastian Rushworth’s. If you click through a blog post appears.
Amazon is censoring my book about covid!
I’ve suggested Encounter Books and Regenery Publishing to him.
Amazon is convenient, but evil. “Banned by Amazon” should take the place of “Banned in Boston” as a badge of honor.
Amazon also banned James Perloff’s book “Covid-19 and the Agendas to Come”. And Amazon originally gave Dr. Judy MIkovitz book “Plague of Corruption” the cold shoulder, although the desire for profits seems to have led to an Amazon reversal on that.
Perloff’s book was published by Refuge Books of Massachusetts. As far as selling books through Amazon — do a search; the list of competing on-line book sellers is astonishing. My current practice is to use Amazon to check out books, and then buy the ones I am interested in from some other seller. Free-riding on Bezos is fun!
A thought for any ambulance-chasing attorneys — Does Amazon’s refusal to carry some books imply that they whole-heartedly endorse the contents of all the books they do carry? Could someone who was offended or injured by content in a book bought from Amazon sue their very deep pockets?
Gav, are you checking that Amazon doesn’t own the other booksellers? Might be best to buy from the publisher, no?
I am looking into getting a different e-reader. Maybe a Kobo or Boox. Just want to be able to transfer my Kindle content to the reader (after I purge it of the “what was I thinking when I bought this” content). And, yes, I know that buying real books IS important as the electronic versions can be altered.
Thanks for the report. The book sounds like it is right up my alley.
Anyone who has no principles but desires a way to quickly write a book and have it be promoted by Amazon could simply settle on: “Ten Proofs Positive Seuss Was a Racist”
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