by Yummy Men and Kick Ass Chicks
Carmel: I can’t say that I have. Or at the very least, no one has called me out on it! I’ll occasionally goof on a character’s name or misspell something horribly important like a book’s title or the author’s name. It doesn’t happen often but when you type as much as I do it’s inevitable.
Josh: I am aware of two so far. My review of Gena Showalter’s The Darkest Seduction contained an error in its first line. I wanted to make a joke about reading this book, the most recent in the series, before all the others. Unfortunately I assumed that this book was the last in the series since Gena Showalter has started her angel mini-series. The Read Our Lips! Book Review Blog and Amber Hughes corrected that mistake. The Darkest Craving (Kane’s book) comes out in 2013.
The other mistake occurred in my review of The Dark Man’s Son by Meg Whitlock. Due to some instinct for completion, I wrote her name in the review as Megan Whitlock, which if entered into the search engine would not produce Meg Whitlock. The author was the one to catch that mistake.
What about you?
|Have You Ever Made A Substantial Mistake In Your Review? (Side question – And if yes, who caught it?)?|
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I review Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance books with a focus all things werewolf. Based out of Ottawa, Canada