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The Book Depository

ReadySteadyBook is proud to be working in association with The Book Depository.


In January, I became the Managing Editor of The Book Depository website. ReadySteadyBook used to derive a tiny sum of revenue by linking to Amazon.co.uk as part of its Associates Program. There are still many links back to Amazon.co.uk on our site, and they will no doubt continue to generate minibucks, but since the beginning of the year RSB has been linking to my new employers. In case it needs emphasising, neither linking to Amazon.co.uk nor The Book Depository affects, in any way whatsoever, the editorial decisions we make here on ReadySteadyBook.


Oh, and I have a blog over at The Book Depository called Editor's Corner. Go see!

-- Mark Thwaite (15/01/2007)

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