You Guys Are Smart – Anyone Know How Amazon Wish Lists Work? December 6, 2016Posted by Tantumblogo in Admin, blogfoolery, reading.
On a number of occasions in the past, readers have – with great generosity and to my total surprise – indicated they would be happy to give me some kind of remuneration for my efforts at blogging. I’ve always tended to resist receiving any kind of compensation, for a number of reasons, but I’ve been re-considering for a year or more. In fact, I keep meaning to bring this subject up by simply haven’t gotten around to it. I am not looking for cash donations or anything of that kind, but I would be happy to make my Amazon wish list public, as Fr. Z does.
Since most of my Amazon wish list consists of very much blog-related books, most things bought there would serve as a catalyst for future posts and hopefully be mutually beneficial – I’d get a new book and the knowledge that comes therein, and would then share bits and pieces with you as I am able.
My problem is, I still like to keep this blog semi-anonymous, and I’m not sure how Amazon wish lists work. That’s where you come in. Does anyone know if I make my wish list public, will my address show? Or does Amazon just ship to my default address? It would seem odd to show someone’s address but the thing is, we have used more than one over the years and they have several in their system. If there is more than one address, do they list them? That’s my only concern.
I am not doing this looking to “get paid,” things are tight for us since the new baby and I can’t afford to buy books – especially some of the more expensive speciality books I’d like – as much as I used to. I’ve been running a little dry on blog content lately, I feel, and this would help.
Hopefully someone can help me out with this. Thanks and God bless.