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This is a suggestion that woudl mean work for you, with benefits for us so totally "just an idea..."

I put loan requests from the library on some books you mention, and I was clicking around trying to find a recent one I saw, but didn't write down. So...I was thinking maybe you tagged posts with an author mention somehow. I don't think you do. I wonder if you could do that, and somehow use that drive traffic to Amazon, and by extension, to your e-books? You've mentioned a lot of resources over the years but we have no way to find them if we don't know the topic/title of the post.

It'd be easy to add "resource" as a tag on your posts? I just wondered if there'd be a way to use your author and book mentions in a way to also highlights your own resources/e-books.

Ciao. Thanks, as always...

Comment by J Sat Oct 8 21:29:49 2011
I try to remember to put books I talk about in the reviews tag --- they might not all be there, but most of them should be. I've considered linking to Amazon through their affiliate program, but I figured it was better karma to link directly to the author's website when possible, so that's what I've done. But if you follow the link for my ebooks anywhere on this website and buy something else from Amazon in the same session, I do get a small amount of cash from that.
Comment by anna Sun Oct 9 07:59:29 2011