Embarrassingly, it came to my attention that there were eighteen typos in the final files in The River Leith that went up for sale two weeks ago. One of those typos came in the middle of a very important conversation between the characters and was quite cringeworthy.
I’d like to apologize to the readers that these errors made it through. It’s kind of amazing given the attention to detail and number of eyes that were on this book, and yet it happened as it did. Regardless, it’s important to me that readers have the best book available in their hands, so I’ve taken the steps and paid to have the files re-formatted and as of two days ago, I’ve officially uploaded new files to all vendors.
Hopefully we have caught all of the typos in the book now and going forward there will be no problem. If you’ve already purchased the book, you can go to the vendor to see about updating the file for your reading.
At Amazon in particular, I know there is an option for updating your file to the corrected version. Here are the directions on how to do that from their page:
Customers can choose to receive the updated files through their Manage Your Kindle page on Amazon.com. If you’d like to receive updates to your Kindle books that we have confirmed improvements were made in automatically, you can turn on automatic updates for your books from the Manage Your Content and Devices page.
Before you enable the Automatic Book Update feature, make sure to turn on the Annotations Backup for your Kindle device or Kindle reading app to sync your notes, highlights, bookmarks, and furthest page read. The following devices automatically enable the Annotations Backup: Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HDX, Kindle for Android, Kindle for Windows 8, and Kindle for BlackBerry 10. As a result, you cannot turn off the Annotations Backup.