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Thys Marais

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Link to all my titles
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How do I post a link on my website to all my titles? (I have many)
Donna St Felix

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Thys Marais wrote:
How do I post a link on my website to all my titles? (I have many)

Use the link to your Author Central page.
Angela

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If you don't want to do them one at a time, you can just link to your author profile page on Amazon. it shows all of an author's books.
Notjohn

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You can also make a List (I think Amazon still offers that option) and link to that. If you have been writing for some time, with multiple publishers, there may be editions that are out of print or that for another reason you don't want to display as yours.

And of course there are multiple Amazon stores where Kindle editions are sold. You might investigate BookLinker dot Net for a universal link.

Good luck! -- NJ

The book: Notjohn's Guide to E-Book Formatting (and print as well!)

The blog: http://notjohnkdp.blogspot.com
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