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Post by chickenofthewoods on 24th November 2009, 8:56 pm

I've been watching that locked heading and waiting to see what it might bring and as a frustrated bibliophile I can't take the suspense any longer.... so c'mon Badger, tell us what it might be about!

Pleeeaasseee....?

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Post by Adrian on 24th November 2009, 9:06 pm

OK

Well its like this.

I've been looking a way at making a few bucks to pay for buying a domain name and hosting the forum away from Forumotion. I have set up, and today had approved, an Affiliate sellers account with Amazon. What this means is that books listed here and bought through the links provided will earn the forum a small (very small) percentage - thus (hopefully) providing the site with a small income and making it pay for a new home.

I was waiting for Amazon to approve my application before I started listing books as it will be a seriously long job and I didn't want to waste time doing it and then they decline my application.

So, watch this space - books for sale via Amazon will appear here shortly - a recommendation thread will appear tonight for you to share your favourites...

book


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Post by chickenofthewoods on 24th November 2009, 9:20 pm

Oooooh yeah! Books! :study: Cool

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Post by Akuma on 24th November 2009, 9:24 pm

Oooh books! :cheers: We'll be waiting.....all queued up in a neat lil' line Very Happy

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