"There but for the Grace of God go you or I" is declared "Profane" by Amazon.UK
My book title is declared PROFANE (GO YOU OR I)
THEREFORE, I CAN'T ADVERTISE IT ON AMAZON.UK.
AMAZON IS STILL SELLING IT. BUT I CAN'T ADVERTISE IT.
Anyone who can explain the logic of this, please send it to me and to Amazon.UK Vendor Support.
THE PEOPLE AT AMAZON.UK VENDOR SUPPORT HAVE BEEN "RESEARCHING THE MATTER" FOR OVER A WEEK.
The seem unable to decide what PROFANE actually means, having declared that "GO YOU OR I" is a profanity.
In the meantime, anybody who wants to buy a super book of terrific short stories can find it on Amazon, but don't tell them I said so.
Or if you want to see the profane advert - have a look on Amazon.COM instead of .UK