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Interesting.

I found this on my facebook page. An open letter to amazon to pay more attention to their reciew policy.
It concerns an interesting topic, author bullying. Something i think alot of authors have had to deal with. I personally feel that if you are going to be that rude to someone you should have the fortitude to use your real name.
Therefor I agree with this letter.
What do you think?
https://www.google.com/bookmarks/lookup?hl=en&btnA=&sig=AODP23YAAAAAVPE2BOmXx2b36Iv_3bGsKgsJBGjFw1GM&bkmk=1

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