Thanks to my former creative writing professor and friend, Erika Wurth, who originally shared the link via Facebook. After checking it out, I wanted to pass it along.
However, if not doing business with Amazon.com means giving up buying books from the website, I don’t see myself taking that route. I used to shop a lot at Borders, but with the chain gone the only thing left by me — other than Amazon.com — is Barnes & Noble, and frankly, they don’t always carry what I am looking for. There are a few smaller independent bookstores, too, but I never think to go to them. And, more importantly, why shop at Barnes & Noble when I can get the product through Amazon at a much cheaper price and in a much shorter time (assuming that Barnes & Noble didn’t have the product in stock)?