I’ve already taken time out of my busy schedule that includes actually writing more books that you can censor on your website by writing and calling about your disturbing new policy that bans adult materials from searches and sales ranking on your website.
My alter-ego, Sydney Croft, is directly affected by this as are many authors I know personally. And it’s a very slippery slope once you try to decide that people need you to think for them – and to limit their choices toward what you deem acceptable. How do I know that tomorrow, you won’t decide that some of my Stephanie Tyler titles have too much adult material in them? Although granted, I’m now in very good company, as you’ve decided to stop ranking books like Lady Chatterley’s Lover by D. H. Lawrence. I’m assuming Shakespeare is next? Or Brideshead Revisited? Feel free to reference these titles for your sweep of any books with any references to sex in them.
Shame on me – I used the S word.
I’m a huge Amazon shopper, as my husband and the Amex bill can attest to. I’m an Amazon Associate, and so the book links on my site go directly to Amazon. I can promise you that all of this will stop if you don’t rescind this ridiculousness and stop censoring books.
I encourage any and everyone – authors – readers – to read the post references above and these below that pertain to this Amazon debacle and then write or call Amazon. This affects everyone – there is no way of knowing who Amazon will decide to censor next. Information on reaching Amazon customer service is included in the links below.
I’m off to shop at Barnes and Noble now – and Borders too!