Panic is Over

What an idiot I was yesterday. While trying to add another book to my Amazon Author’s Page list, I clicked on a button to say I wanted to be recognized a Multiple Author. My whole author’s page disappeared and I was left with a new screen that said, “Hello, Multiple Author.”

On realising my mistake, I sent them an email, explain what had happened. I kept checking my Author’s page, but whenever I signed in the screen kept say Hello, Multiple Author. I went to bed feeling quite sick. Would I have to create a new page?

In the morning when I first checked it was still the same. About mid-day (British Time) I checked again and saw my name. I signed in relieved to find all was back to normal. So Thank you to Amazon for sorting it all out.

The anthology I was trying to add was Mulling It Over published by Bridge House Publishing. I’m so please to be between the covers again with some wonderful writers and friends. Please check it out by clicking on the link.

Book Blurb:

The Island of Mull, covered in mulls. To mull a drink. An important instrument for making a book. Plenty to mull over here. And plenty to make you think.

As ever, the interpretation has been varied: the Island of Mull, thinking about things, often quite deeply, the odd mulled drink and even something used in making a book – how appropriate again. You will find a variety of styles here and an intriguing mix of voices. There is humour and pathos, some hard-hitting tales and some feel-good accounts. All to be mulled over.

It’s that time of year again: story time. Enjoy!

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    1. It was. I just sat there staring blankly at the screen. They updated everything. Normally I just send an email with all the details, but I couldn’t find their contact box. I click on a multi select box. I read it as meaning if you were a multiple authors in a single collection 🤷‍♀️😩…. not that I wanted to be recognised as Ms Multiple Author 🤦‍♀️


  1. You’re very lucky to have had this sorted for you. Dealing with a global tech behemoth like Amazon means you’re just one of tens of millions of accounts, and there isn’t really that much support for individuals on a one-to-one basis. Thank goodness your query landed in the inbox of a caring customer service rep.

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    1. Thank you. I was so scared. Now I’m slowly building a readerships I really couldn’t afford the take a backwards step. I’ve upgraded my blog too, so my address is outdated in so many place. Hopefully one day I’ll catch up on updating it.


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