I don’t have a website.
I decided to make the word “publisher” an active “mailto:” to my author email in the copyright paragraph on the cover page. Who reads the copyright anyway? And if they do, they’ll think it’s the publisher not me. I don’t believe it will be high risk.
And at the end of the novel, I’m going to list links: (1) a “mailto:” to my author email in case a reader wants to contact me as an author (not the publisher), (2) my email group where I send out notices about new novels, and (3) my Amazon Author’s Page. The only people who will see these are those who bought the ebook and read it to the end. That should be safe.
Not pertinent to my original question, but I list all my books on the cover page (with hot links to the Amazon U.S. site and the ASIN for those not buying on amazon.com. Those are seen when you do a “Look Inside” (the cover page is after the book cover and before Chapter 1), but how many people will even read it? So now that I have links at the end of the novel, I repeated the “Books by…” there too. And I didn’t put in a page break so when they finish reading the story they’ll see a divider (like ~ ~ ~) followed by the titles of all my novels and then the links.