Engorged and Tingly
Erotica by Hauten Whett
*Adult Content Warning - This Site Contains Erotic Stories Intended for Mature Audiences Aged 18 and Older.*
Posting Reviews While Maintaining Your Privacy
You may be hesitant to post a review for an erotic book due to concerns that someone might discover your adult reading habits - and that's perfectly understandable. Some online book retailers seem to have figured out that some people prefer to keep their identity private when posting reviews. For example, Barnes and Noble allows you to post a review completely anonymously or you may select a pen name for your review. On most others you can simply set up a second account with a separate email address without adding your real name and payment information. The notable exception to this is Amazon. To post a review there, although you aren't required to have purchased the book you are reviewing there, you are required to have purchased something on Amazon to be eligible to post reviews. But there is a relatively easy and cheap way to work around that.
First, to have a private user account on any book retailer or review site, you'll need a separate email address. There are numerous free options available (gmail, yahoo, hotmail, etc.) so pick whichever one you like and set up a new email account.
Next, visit whichever book retailer or review site you want to post reviews on and set up an account with your new email address. Once that's done, you're set to go on most sites, but for Amazon, there's a couple of additional steps.
Since Amazon requires there to have been a purchase made from your account to be able to post reviews, you'll need to make a purchase. But you don't need to reveal your real name nor enter your credit card information to do so. To do this, you'll need to send an e-gift card from your main Amazon account to your new account. All you do is visit Amazon using your main account, purchase an e-gift card and send it to the new email you set up your second Amazon account with. It doesn't need to be for much money since there are many Kindle books available for only $0.99. I recommend you make the e-gift card for $1.10 (USD) if you are a U.S. customer to allow for state sales tax if you aren't sure how much it will be, or whatever amount is needed to cover the purchase amount and VAT if you are shopping from outside the U.S..
Next, go to your new email and open the gift card email to get the claim code.
Then, return to Amazon and sign out of your main account by going to the "Your Account" tab at the top right of the page and clicking on the "Sign Out" option at the bottom of the drop-down list.
Now, sign in to your new account and click on the "Your Account" tab. Look for the "Amazon Wallet" section and the "Gift Cards" options. Select "Apply a Gift Card to Your Account". Enter the claim code (found in the gift cad email) where indicated and the amount will be credited to your account. Now, simply select an item that you have sufficient funds to purchase, such as a $0.99 Kindle book. You have now made a purchase from your new account and you will be able to post reviews under your new account name - although there is a delay of 1 to 2 days before that function is activated on your account.
Now you are free to buy erotica and post reviews and comments on all of your favorite smutty books without fear that your mom will see them when looking at your profile to figure out what to get you for your birthday!