As you might imagine, I would like to have as amiable a solution to my royalty problem as possible, if even people would just give me a bitcoin donation on this blog if they read my book(s) or played my video games(s). I don't want to have any fights.
But I also tell the truth, and the truth I'm about to tell is about a strange thing I noticed in my screenshots of all the reporting and news I get from the various sites:::
The following screenshot displayed on this post is a cropped image of Chromium on Linux Mint looking at my Amazon Kindle Royalty Report, or sales report.
What's strange about this image, is the title of the page at the top of the image. Most websites have titles. The title, on a pc, gets displayed in the bar at the top of the browser window.
For some strange and incoherent reason, Amazon titled their royalty report page as "Kindle Direct Publishing Terms of Service".
Huh. Obviously, someone is not dotting their i's and crossing their t's.
The page displayed has very little to do with showing the Terms of Service of KDP. It's the royalty and sales report page. Yet they entitle it "Terms of Service", which is not what it is.
Just saying, there's something strange.
Again, I don't want a big fight, and in my last blogger post I explained my reasons for unpublishing. So this is just more potential or possible evidence.
(And yes, I took a whole bunch of screenshots, the screenshots say that something is not making sense and that people weren't paying me).