Errata

That’s ‘errata’ not ‘erotica.’¬†As in, ‘errors that exist in a published work.’

I mean… don’t let us *stop* you if you’re here for erotica. I mean, everyone’s into something. Maybe you’re into airships? Maybe you’re into correcting people on their spelling and grammar? In either¬†case: go nuts with the form below.

We have to acknowledge that, as a self-published labor of love, that despite our best efforts some errors are going to get through. If you can help us to improve, we’d appreciate it greatly.

For example, we might have a line that goes like this:

...a climactic battle between the new and the old, the linchpin upon the outcome of the war sat.

Missing something, right? The easiest way to communicate this is to surround the problem in asterisks, or some sort of indicator that a problem has occurred.

...a climactic battle between the new and the old, the linchpin upon *which* the outcome of the war sat.