Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Sneaky Kegan, Putting Yourself on Amazon!

It never fails: when I think it'll take a day or two to get a book posted somewhere, it takes weeks. When I expect it to take a week, well...

I posted "Stir Until Thoroughly Confused" on Amazon's Kindle store yesterday. Today, it's alive!

NOT that I am complaining, of course. :) My official launch date is January 24th, which gives me time to email about a bazillion bloggers to offer review copies. (If you've reviewed for me before and I haven't emailed you yet, don't feel insulted. I will, I promise. I'm working down the list! :) But if Kegan wants to be available before the 24th, well, he's hard to resist. :)
Feel free to check out "Stir Until Thoroughly Confused" for just $0.99 on for the Kindle or at my web site for an excerpt and a wide variety of electronic formats. Paper is coming shortly. :)

Happy reading! :)


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Anonymous said...

I came across your intriguing comment about putting yourself on Amazon, and I must say, it sparked my curiosity. The idea of listing oneself as a product on a platform like Amazon is certainly unique and thought- It's an unconventional approach that challenges the traditional boundaries of e-commerce.

However, while the idea may be intriguing, there are several practical and ethical considerations to keep in mind. First and foremost, Amazon is primarily designed as a marketplace for physical goods and services. It may not be the most appropriate platform for personal listings, as it lacks the necessary infrastructure and safeguards to handle personal interactions and relationships.

Moreover, there are important ethical implications to consider. Treating oneself as a commodity for sale raises questions about personal autonomy, dignity, and human relationships. It could potentially reduce human value to a transactional exchange, undermining the complexity and richness of human experiences and connections.

Anonymous said...

Firstly, I must say that the idea of putting yourself on Amazon sounds intriguing and unconventional. It immediately caught my attention and piqued my curiosity. I appreciate your and thinking outside the box when it comes to self-promotion and personal branding.

However, it is important to consider the implications and potential consequences of such a strategy. While it may grab attention and generate some buzz initially, there are certain ethical and practical aspects that should be carefully considered.

From an ethical standpoint, presenting oneself as a product on a platform like Amazon raises concerns about the commodification of human beings. It is crucial to treat individuals with dignity and respect, and portraying oneself as a product for sale may undermine these principles.

Furthermore, the practicality of listing oneself on Amazon raises questions about the intended purpose and the actual outcomes. Amazon is primarily an e-commerce platform for buying and selling goods, and it may not be the most appropriate or effective channel for self-promotion. It is important to consider other platforms and strategies that align more closely with personal branding and professional goals.

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