This page exists to provide disclosure to all site readers, users, and subscribers regarding advertising and privacy.
Identifying Ads On This Site
The books that I review, along with some other products, may contain affiliate links to Amazon.com. These links will all be obvious: the Amazon Affiliate widgets have visible Amazon branding on them.
This gives me an incentive to be generally positive and salesman-like about the books that I choose to review. You will rarely see me post negative reviews on this blog, because I instead just don’t review books that I don’t enjoy.
Clicking on an affiliate link and then purchasing that product within the same shopping session will send my account a tiny commission that will usually be below 5% of the purchase price (that’s $0.50 off a $10 book). At much higher volumes of sales, this may result in a higher fee paid out.
You may also occasionally see relevant promotions for Amazon.com which will occasionally credit my account with a larger cut if you perform the required actions.
Amazon.com provides me with no individually identifiable information about people who buy items through these links.
The owner of this website is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon properties including, but not limited to, amazon.com, endless.com, myhabit.com, smallparts.com, or amazonwireless.com.
This site does not collect identifiable information of individuals.
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If you browse this site, you’re getting added to an ad remarketing list under my control, which I may use in the future to advertise books to you in as non-irritating a fashion as possible over Facebook, Twitter, and through display ad units around the web. If you would like to opt out of this tracking, you can install a browser plugin like Ghostery.