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Living a quiet life in Coquitlam, B.C.

Location: Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada

Monday, May 21, 2007

Books, DVDs, CDs, Calendars, and More

I am a regular buyer of books and magazines and over the years I have found Amazon Canada to be a good source of items I cannot find anywhere else–-and at competitive prices. For example, some of the specialized computer programming books I have purchased were not available at the local “Chapters” bookstores (around the Coquitlam and Burnaby area). Among the books I did find at the local “Chapters” stores, I found them offered at lower prices through Amazon.ca. And delivery was quick and convenient.

So I recently applied to become an Amazon.ca affiliate. It seemed like a good fit: I like books, read a lot of them, my websites are designed for students and are featured on many university websites, and it is an opportunity to try to make the sites self-supporting. Fortunately, my application was accepted and one of my affiliate links is on the page in the title link of this post.

If you purchase items such as books, DVDs, CDs, and calendars online, I would highly recommend shopping at Amazon Canada. Setting up an account is pretty simple. You base the account on an e-mail address, provide a mailing address, and supply credit card information (once!). Future purchases on amazon.ca are then done by logging into your account, but you do not have to re-enter credit card information.

If you are already a customer of amazon.ca, or become one in the future, please consider going through my affiliate link. Doing so will not affect your prices in any way, but I would certainly appreciate the commission. Of course, you do not have to go through my link; your only reason for doing so would be to help me out.

And if you do decide to go through my affiliate link, thank-you very much.


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