All the pictures of books on my blogs can now be clicked on to make a direct link to Amazon.com to see more and even buy! Hint, hint, hint. How come I had so many downloads and no ones written a review -is it that bad???????
Many people seem to enjoy my book reviews as seen by the traffic it brings to the blog, but WordPress won’t let me cash in by adding advertising on this beyond creating direct links to the book on the blog page. So I created another blog, just to do the reviews – which for a while will be repeating the most succesful of the WordPress ones. Do have a look!
Having started this, I find the blogger and Google have blocked any form of advertising on the site apart from through their own Adsense scheme, so my being an Amazon affiliate and to make a little money seems to have foundered! I can see their point, but now I’ll have to see how the second blog takes off, it may just be a waste of time unless I do their advertising. Having spent a week of frustration not even being able to get the book links to work, it seems it wasn’t such a good idea!!!
Well, its in God‘s hand, I give it a month or six weeks and see how it goes!
Of course if loads of people bought Tom……………
October 7, 2018 at 4:57 am
I just realized the date 🙄
Sorry for the confusion.
I am looking forward to reading The Baize Door.
October 7, 2018 at 5:50 pm
Thanks for your comments! Your post about the mule ride was fascinating, I think I would get vertigo. The Icelandics I’ve ridden here also need to be left alone, but at least they will chat to you, even if one did have the habit of biting your toes if he was cross! Tom, is out of print at the moment as I’m re-doing the cover. Baize door is published! The horses play a key role as well as two rather naughty pups. I do hope you pick up a copy, and I’d love to hear what you think! https://www.amazon.com/Baize-Door-Hazeley-Book-ebook/dp/B07HMYMMR8
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October 7, 2018 at 4:52 am
PS: sorry to say, the new blog address did not work for me.
October 7, 2018 at 4:50 am
Can’t wait to read it, Anna!