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Find your book on Amazon, and purchase it as a Kindle gift. Have the gift sent to your own email. Right click on the button in the email that says "Get your gift now", and copy the link/URL. Paste the URL in the box here.
There's just one problem. There is no such "get your gift now" button in my e-mail from Amazon. There's a URL that takes me to the Amazon page where I can enter the gift code, and there's the gift code that I'm supposed to enter when I get there. Neither of these works in the onlinebookclub gift submission form. All I get is error messages, so I'm unable to send the copy of my book for review. Am I doing something wrong? Is there anybody out there who can help me?
Thanks in advance!
And I will try to figure out what the problem is.
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