February 25, 2021

3 thoughts on “A crying shame

  1. Personally, I don’t like that basic rule. Methinks you may be a bit too hard on yourself.

    I just found out I won a copy of book two in the Goodreads First Reads Giveaway. Yay me. I went to Amazon to see if I could get book one for my Kindle but they say it’s not available. What gives? Would love to read it first but can’t afford it now. Hopefully by the time I receive the winning book the first will be available on Kindle. If not, I will eventually recover from last Christmas and buy it. Lol, maybe for Mother’s Day 🙂 The reviews look great!

    So, did you do this on purpose?: “punctuation required with quotes”. It said “do not check”. A test? It’s really all so very confusing and I’m sure your fans will forgive. I do!

    On the subject of this blog, I think that having connections to authors, and being able to see them as real people is completely awesome and I hope you will continue when you are busy enjoying your fame.

    Sorry, didn’t mean to ramble on like this. Looking forward to reading your work and following your blog. Thanks!

  2. Thank you for your kind words. Yes, I did suspend the sales of What if? as an e-book as well. My publisher only suspends printed copy sales unless asked.

    My publisher said much the same thing about “being too hard”. Apparently, quite a few authors are unwilling to make changes to their books even when notified of errors. I am sure if it had only been one or two, I would have apologized and asked for forbearance. With this many repetitions, I felt a responsibility to make the change.

    I look forward to continuing the blog even should fame never find me. I agree that it’s an opportunity to talk with people (fans or not) and writing is just another form of that.

    As for your “rambling”, it’s appropriate. Check out the name of the blog!

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