Extras: Mea Culpa
I make mistakes all the time. But my wonderful readers catch them within hours of publication. I love hearing about them (and we do fix them in future editions), so if you find any mistakes not yet listed, please contact me!
Debbie pointed out that page 336, third paragraph, fourth sentence reads: “He knew her body as intimately as he did her own.” Of course he knew HIS own body intimately, not hers (at least, not yet). Writing books is like any other job: there are those moments when you wonder, “How could I have done that? […]Read More →
Kylie pointed out that on page 127, Gina is waiting with “ill-concealed patience” for Annie’s return. That should be impatience—though wouldn’t it say nice things about Gina’s personality if she were so patient that she couldn’t even conceal it? And Kylie caught another one too: On page 309, Gina thinks anxiously that she could have already […]Read More →
Gladys wrote with the dismal truth: Josie is another of my time-travelling characters. The truth is that she ought to be 17 in Pleasure for Pleasure, based on being 15 in Much Ado About You. 17! I couldn’t countenance it when I came to write her story, though it certainly would have been historically appropriate for a […]Read More →
Alas, I had a few particularly egregious errors in this book, and they’re of a nature I recognize, because my children hate being called by each other’s names: Imogen and Annabel switch places a few times. So many astute readers pointed out these particular errors that I won’t award the find to any particular reader. […]Read More →
Oops, I forgot to give poor Ewan a birthdate! Lovely reader Jacquie did the math and decided he must have been born in 1784. Stephanie notes that on page 209 Griselda stares down at Mayne with “all the arrogance of an elder sister.” Of course – as is made clear many times elsewhere – Griselda […]Read More →