The Books Machine’s Scam is Too Good to Be True

I have been regularly advertising my book, Artificial Intelligence, since its release in 2018. It’s a nearly 17,000-word novella about a space station that I spent a year rewriting and redrafting and editing and running through beta readers and finally, finally publishing and releasing to stellar physical book sales numbers of a whole two units, one of which was my mom’s copy.

The email I received from The Books Machine today. Looks normal…right?
The first thing you see when you (carefully) open the link you’re sent in the form letter email.
The Books Machine example Facebook post, as shown on their website. Is this really the best you can do?
“Christian’s” website, It looks like a fairly normal author site, but somehow, I just don’t trust it.
This post from another kboard thread looks eerily similar to the email I received.

Hello! I’m Cat, author and amateur fandom historian based out of Georgia. I write about literature, theater, gaming, and fandom. Personal work:

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