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  • Eric V. Van Der Hope (Globalnet Publishing)

    Hi David -

    If you noticed your book on Amazon, it should still be there. How do you normally search for your book? Are you using a direct link? You should. So here is the format you should use: http://www.amazon.com/dp/xxxxxxxxxx/ (replace the x's with your book's 10-digit ISBN). THAT is your authentic Amazon book url. It'll never change and this is what you can use to find your books directly. If you don't know the 10-digit ISBN of your book (your 13-digit ISBN can be converted to a 10-digit). Use the following website to convert your ISBN if needed:  https://www.isbn.org/ISBN_converter

    Hope you find this beneficial. :-) 

    -- Eric

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  • Erik Istrup Publishing

    I just want to mention, that it does not work for the e-book's ISBN-10, maybe because the original e-book is epub and the one on Amazon is mobi.

  • Eric V. Van Der Hope (Globalnet Publishing)

    The eBook version is a bit different to the print version. If someone is searching for the Kindle book on Amazon (they need to use the book's ASIN), so it's the following:

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/xxxxxxxxxx/ (replace the x's with the Kindle book's 10-digit ASIN). THAT is the authentic Amazon book url for the Kindle book. 

    -- Eric


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    ERIC V. VAN DER HOPE | #1 INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR
    Ghost Publisher - Book Marketing Strategist - Social Media Facilitator
    Host & Creator of The Publishing Success Summit
    Virtual Contact Desk: http://ReplyToEric.com
    Official Website: http://www.EricVanDerHope.com
    Summit Info: http://www.PublishingSuccessSummit.com
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  • Erik Istrup Publishing

    Thanks for clarifying, Eric!

  • Eric V. Van Der Hope (Globalnet Publishing)

    You are very welcome Erik! :-)

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