Walk of Shame books are too sexy for Amazon search!

Morning everyone! Woke up this morning to find out that 5 out of 6 of my Walk of Shame books are no longer searchable on Amazon. They’ve been messing with Erotica books hardcore lately and making it hard on both the authors and the readers. So I’ve decided to post the links to all of my WOS books for anyone who might want a super sexy read. Thanks for being awesome <3

Slade (Walk of Shame #1)

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2FH5T2W


Hemy (Walk of Shame #2)

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2FRGgIQ


Cale (Walk of Shame #3)

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2G1L55x


Stone (Walk of Shame 2nd Gen #1)

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2pgwZnc

Stone FINAL cover

Styx (Walk of Shame 2nd Gen #2)

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2pgZ0ey


Kash (Walk of Shame 2nd Gen #3)

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2HEsPfA


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  1. Ms. Ashley have you seen this?

    Elle Boon shared a post.
    Yesterday at 10:52am ·
    This is disturbing ;(

    Ekatarina Sayanova
    March 25 at 2:06am ·

    SESTA/FOSTA: The Probable Reason Why Your Book Rankings Have Been Pulled And Your Books Are No Longer Visible On Amazon And Possibly Other Sites

    While all the shiny object crap was going on in DC, the Senate passed S. 1693 (link in comments) the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act of 2017, aka SESTA/FOSTA. To date, as a result of this bill, Craigslist has discontinued its personals section, citing this law, and it looks like Amazon is taking a hard line against erotic fiction for the same reason.

    SESTA/FOSTA amends Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act that protected online publishers (social media sites, porn sites, publishers of erotic fiction, etc.) from being held liable for third party users posts on their sites. (see link in comments to Rolling Stone article)

    How does this impact authors of erotic fiction? You are seeing the first results now. Your book rankings are disappearing; your books may no longer be visible on Amazon and possibly other distributors websites.

    What can you do? Right now, my best advice is to read the bill, then contact the ACLU, your own attorneys, writers guilds, etc. This law definitely constitutes censorship. The only way to fight this is to educate yourselves thoroughly.

    And yes, share this post along with the links in the comments.

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