I had no idea that so many typos slipped through the book. Fifty-seven of them, of various types and stuff. I hope I found them all. It would be quite embarrassing to have readers comment on my blog that there was typos galore in my book. Most of them was minor, just missing or misplaced commas but a few was grammar and a number of them was no period at the end of a return. There was also a couple detail things relating to the book and even a couple things that I had to change to make way for Without a Will. Furthermore, there was a couple things wrong in the cover and I decided to add a number one on the bind, since it is the first book. I sampled a pretty color from the background and went from there. I'll probably reread it again to look for more typos, I dont have the money to order another one. At least this book held up to being read, unlike the one this one replaced. I was so shocked to see the pages come out and I am quite pleased that they redid the order with all revisions. I made a hardback version too with the same file as paperback. That way my readers will have a choice
Nothing much about without a will except that I kind of slowed down a little. Been thinking about having the hero and villain doing almost the same thing as the hero and villain did in the first book but a different locale. It would open up a rather silly joke at the hero's expense. It still irks me that I had to chop out the one joke so maybe I'll do this one instead. Of course the first joke was rather cruel on the Hero's part but this hero isn't quite as nice as Aden so it wouldn't be out of character.
Well, anyway, Im going to hit the hay, im tired