These could be argued to be on-topic, since they're about self-publishing, but neither question is answerable or appropriate for this site. In my opinion, they should be closed.
Both of these questions are rants against Amazon. While I'd prefer to see the community close them, if community members had flagged these or voted to close, I'd cast the deciding votes with no hesitation. It's possible the Standback or Monica may see them and simply close them outright, and that would be fine.
Both questions seem to be essentially saying (1) User tried to review their own book and got caught (2) User can't find a policy explicitly forbidding this (3) User wants to know how to get away with this.
In my opinion, neither question is appropriate for a Stack Exchange site. I can't see how either could really be edited into a good question. If the poster wants answers, it'd be best to ask Amazon directly. If the poster wants to rant about how unfair Amazon is, I'm sure there are plenty of web forums that would work.
What in this review offended Amazon? Or are Amazon's rules just a tad different from their FAQ?
We're not Amazon, and this question is asking us to function as Amazon support.
Is there a way to review your own works at Amazon that won't be censored?
Again, this question is asking us to answer a question about the possibly ever-changing policies of Amazon. It also has considerable overlap with the first question - it's really just a rewrite with a different slant - and might even be able to be closed as a duplicate.