Full disclosure

I’ll be completely honest with you, my friends. Some of the links that you will find in my posts will take you to Amazon.com where you can get more information about the product, preview it in the case of some books, and buy one for yourself. With very rare exception, all of the products are ones that I’ve personally purchased, used, and would buy again. I won’t recommend anything to you that I wouldn’t want myself. If you place an order with Amazon after going there from this blog, I will earn a small commission, less than a buck in most cases.

I hope you will see this as a way that you can help support this blog in a monetary but convenient way. Another way is to reblog it or link to it from other sites that you visit. I want this to be a win-win situation for both of us. You will get a good product at a good price delivered to your door and Amazon will tip me for sending you their way. It won’t cost you anything extra. My commission is not added to the cost of the product. It comes out of Amazon’s profit. So if you enjoy reading this blog, why not support it at the same time? If you already use Amazon, you know they’re the best at what they do and it’s hard to go wrong with them.

Now that you understand how it works, I need you to read the following to make the Amazon and Federal Trade Commission lawyers happy:

The $tingy Sailor is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.

Thanks for taking the time to read this!

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Tom Luque says:

    Quid pro quo
    I have enjoyed your writing style and look forward to your book reviews relating to trailer sailors so I might by something for the season.

  2. Richie says:

    More than fair. I have enjoyed your blog. Felt sorry to see your vessel get beat up at the dock.

    1. Thanks, Richie. She’s almost back to 100% and will be after I finish a couple more projects, keel refinishing and stripes, so stay tuned.

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