Ahoy, ebook pirates!


THE LINK: http://amzn.to/1TaOQBs

All right, so here’s the deal. Amazon has a program called “Amazon Associates” whereby people can earn referral fees for sending people to Amazon. It’s sort of like a “finder’s fee” negotiated by a burly sea captain. Or perhaps a roguish treasure hunter. Maybe a dragon-shifter with a head for business… I digress. Basically, when you click on a referral link, Amazon pays the associate (in this case, me) a very small percentage of whatever you spend during that session.

So if you click that link and buy, say, LEGO Super Heroes Super Hero Airport Battle for $75.70, then Amazon takes your $75.70 and gives me somewhere around $2.

Now, some of you are reading this because you got your hands on a pirated copy of one of my books. I’m not going to lecture you or shame you or beg you to stop. I spent an hour last night begging my daughter to go to sleep, so I’m all groveled out for at least the next 12 hours. All I’m going to say is this: If you got any enjoyment out of my work, please consider clicking on the link below the next time you need to buy something from Amazon.

You won’t be spending a penny more than you would have anyway, and I’ll get a little compensation for all the time and effort I put into writing the book so I can continue to write more books.

Clicking the link is not an acknowledgement that you pirated one of my books. Even if you are a wonderful person who paid for this book, if you’d like to use this link to help me earn enough money for the next Lego set with a superhero in it (even though we all know my son’s going to build it, then discard the majority in favor of playing with only the little people) then you can click the link too.

Here’s the link again: http://amzn.to/1TaOQBs

If for some reason you can’t bring yourself to click the link, consider leaving a review for the book. Reviews help too.

All right, back to writing. Thank you for reading,

Jennifer Blackstream