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FOAD Thursday: Amazon Woes (Again)
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Miffed is no doubt a serious understatement. One which Amazon would try and tell you that the English have the copyright for.ReplyDelete
Hiss and spit.
I rather doubt the review team even knows who Lovecraft is. They only know that they've heard the name and these days all they know is that he was a Nazi because everyone they don't like is literally Hitler.Delete
For those who are unaware, Lovecraft was not a Nazi. He died before Hitler rose to power. He was a very neurotic American author who was raised in bizarre circumstances by a racist, alcoholic father who died when he was quite young, a politely racist Anglophile grandfather, and a mentally ill mother. By the accounts of those who maintained lifetime correspondence with him, he was gracious to a fault. I'm not attempting to lionize him, as he certainly did have his problems. I'm merely attempting to humanize him because human he was and not the monster that he's made out to be these days.
I've opened an account on Payhip to sell PDF versions of my work so I don't need to be bothered with Amazon's tomfoolery. I'm going to have to keep selling my soul for a while, but at least it gives me a backup plan when Amazon pulls stunts like this.