Lori Alexander Brags About Flouting Amazon’s Rules?

Lori Alexander Brags About Flouting Amazon’s Rules? July 8, 2019
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Remember last week when we shared that lovely little missive from Lori Alexander of The Transformed Wife begging her readers to go leave positive reviews of her newest book on Amazon? Even if they hadn’t bothered to order or read the book. This went down in the roach nest that is Lori’s super duper secret chat room. Today Lori brags about flouting Amazon’s rules.

But Lori does not admit to having gamed the system. She’s acting all surprised like she is just OVERWHELMED by the love shown her for her book.

Here’s what she said:

I am receiving many good reviews about my new book Biblical Womanhood: A Study Guide. It’s my desire for women to get into the Word of God themselves, learn how God wants them to live, and begin living for Him because it not only benefits them, but their families and all who watch their example of godliness. Godly women are bright lights in the growing darkness. It’s exactly what this world needs most.

Let your speech be alway with grace, seasoned with salt, that ye may know how ye ought to answer every man.
Colossians 4:6

I am almost rolling on the floor laughing here. This has turned me into Sal Vulcano of ‘The Impractical Jokers’ falling down laughing over the utter hypocrisy of Lori. Alexander. This is one of the big things that the more insane and hateful levels of Evangelical Christianity does. Lie their derrieres off about some of the dumbest things.

You’d also think someone would not leave off letters from Bible verses either. But everyone makes those mistakes unless they have an editor.

There’s just one problem with all of Lori’s claims in her post. She’s hiding what she said to make people give her positive reviews. You cannot beg for positive reviews that violate Amazon’s own rules and then brag upon it!

Let me refresh your memory:

Oh Lori. How quickly you forget you only started getting more positive reviews after you pretty much straight up ordered your fan  base to ignore the rules at Amazon and post those reviews.

Newsflash!!! If you have to wheedle, plead and martyrbate to obtain positive praise you’re pretty pathetic with the thinnest skin and some pretty significant self-hatred going on.


Lori’s pants might feel a bit warm today….

Too bad I’m not immoral and unethical or I might ask people to post negative reviews who have not read the book. But unlike Lori I  would never do that.

For bonus points Lori Alexander is apparently busily fat shaming women on her Twitter account today. She’s a laugh riot it seems.

Lori hasn’t been on Facebook since Friday either. She’s still up posting on MeWe, Twitter and Instagram. Her mod is saying it is a  purposeful break from FB, but I’m betting it’s a second or possible third episode of her being in FaceBook Jail for something offensive.

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  • Wisdom, Justice, Love

    Character and integrity are antithetical to obedience. I haven’t read the book and don’t intend to. But I’ll bet these trips are in there:
    Women totally submit to your husband. Jesus loves obedience Stepford wives.
    Women do your darndest to keep your children “blessed/saved”. God will judge you on how obedient your family is.
    And above all, even if there is discord in your family life, keep up appearances in front of other congregants. You don’t have to believe any of it, as long as it looks like you do.

  • AFo

    Her delusions of grandeur are getting worse. Now she’s out here touting fake reviews that she had to beg for as some kind of proof that she’s right about everything.

  • pinkie

    Leave negative reviews without buying the book? Not cool to leave reviews without buying. But leaving positive reviews without ordering it? Pile it on!

    Makes sense. /s

  • Saraquill

    When is Lori going to spit out that she wants others to bow before her like an idol?

  • Jen (*.*)

    A lot of the negative reviews were very thoughtfully written, and several called her out on her social media foolishness. But those reviewers aren’t True Christians. They are blinded by the rampant feminism that has taken control of the church. The liberal agenda is Satan’s biggest weapon. *clutches pearls* /s

  • Nea

    We’re supposed to read between the lines and do it on our own.

  • Brian Curtis

    And has this been reported to Amazon, so they can take action?

  • Suzanne Harper Titkemeyer

    Not sure. I hope so.

  • Astrin Ymris

    It’s a classic example of “It’s okay if you’re a conservative; it’s a crime if you’re a liberal” thinking in action.

  • persephone

    I had avoided her twitter until last night, when someone I follow posted a screenshot. The thing with twitter is you can’t delete responses. You can only delete your tweet. I may have to follow just for the comments.