Team Typo

Anytime I spot a typo or other kind of error in a book, I wish there was someone I could tell! Do you feel the same way? If you spot one in my book, I’d love to hear about it.

Don’t be afraid you might be wrong. If it turns out that the the word or sentence you submitted is not a typo or error, I’ll tell you why.

And don’t be afraid of hurting my feelings. You won’t. When writers write, sound-alike words often land on the page and these mistakes have to be caught after-the-fact. Even if something is correct, if it trips enough readers up, I may find it worth revising.

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