April 20, 2023
I read mostly ebooks, and I read them mostly on a Kindle Paperwhite (my current Kindle is from 2014, so it’s not the latest technology). I’ve found that sometimes the ebooks I read aren’t available from sources other than Amazon. Some I read are ebooks from the library, others directly from Amazon. But if I mention a book and it’s not available to you either in print or from a different ebook source, I apologize. I don’t research each book I mention regarding its general availability. Many of the books I read, especially within the Jane Austen variation category, are self-published, and because Amazon is uniquely friendly to self-publishing authors (like me), Amazon is likely in those cases to be the only source.
I don’t currently read advanced reader copies (ARCs), so the books I mention by way of review or recommendation are already published in some format, not pending publication. Some are in fact quite old, and some may be out of print or no longer available. I have no control over that, I’m just saying here that I don’t currently review or recommend books that are pre-publication.
I have in the past been an Amazon Associate whereby I earned tiny amounts of money from purchases made through my links on my blogs, but I am no longer in that affiliate program. If I link to a book on Amazon it’s most likely because that’s where I obtained it, and is an easy way to provide more information about it. (This may change at some point in the future, so I’ll say here this is true as of the date of this post. If I become an affiliate again, I’ll announce it at that time.)