Could any Americans help me with the Amazon link?

Post them up and every so often I'll snaffle them and put them on the blog, if that's okay? It'll save you the trouble of emailing them to me. (It will mean you lose out on our charming personal interaction but I sense you can live with that.)

Re: Could any Americans help me with the Amazon link?

Postby Opal » 09 Nov 2013, 10:34

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Re: Could any Americans help me with the Amazon link?

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Re: Could any Americans help me with the Amazon link?

Postby PicklesMommy » 17 Mar 2014, 20:06

Rather new here and want to buy the book. (After nearly 2 months of BLW, I figure it's time to read the details!) I'm in the U.S. Am I understanding that as long as I redirect to Amazon through the link above, anything I buy will produce a kickback? Of course this link takes to me to Amazon, but not to my Amazon account. Once I sign in, will it still allow for the kickback? I buy everything from Amazon. It'd be great if this site were getting a piece of that pie!
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