Sunday, October 21, 2018

Mistakes, Errors, and Omissions

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I'm so glad to have Dear Warriors out on Amazon!

That being said, it also means some of my faults are revealed to the world. Not only my diabetes management ones: this includes my writing ones. It's nerve-racking. Or nerve-wracking, as a variant or downright incorrect but widely accepted variation. See how hard this is???

I'm going to use this blog entry to post the mistakes in Dear Warriors as I become aware of them. I tried very hard to publish a work without errors, however, that has been an elusive goal for me. It makes me cringe and wish to never write and share again, but I will try to resist that temptation to hide.

Why? We only grow by learning from our mistakes. Therefore, I need your help!!

As you read the book, please reach out to me at when you spot something that doesn't look quite right. If it's a new mistake, I'll post it here and cite your editing prowess with gratitude. 

I wish to extend my apologies in advance and thank you for your patience and consideration.

Page 144

I discovered that I mistyped Ashlee Kellogg's name once in her biography as "Ashley". I'm so sorry, Ashlee!

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