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Age : 53
Location : Oskaloosa, Iowa

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PostSubject: The First Domino   The First Domino EmptyMon Jan 28, 2013 1:28 am

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Registration date : 2008-12-29
Location : Florida

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PostSubject: Re: The First Domino   The First Domino EmptyMon Jan 28, 2013 5:53 am

Lately, I won't review a book that has irritating errors. Hardly a book is written that the final copy doesn't have an error or two - I think there's a "quality control thresh hold" for that sort of thing, though.

I poured a coke (diet) on my keyboard and it's sticking. It's sticking badly. As a result I go back an read posts on forums and find the "sticking" places that should have been corrected. It is so frustrating when you hit the right key and it doesn't print - and the mind thinks it's there!

Self-published authors need to take special care and get a good edit before hitting the streets. Many potentially great authors lose ground when they publish too soon...
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PostSubject: Re: The First Domino   The First Domino EmptyMon Jan 28, 2013 3:29 pm

I understand about errors. I let one or two go by, but when there is a preponderance of them, I notice. This book was sent to me by one of the sites I review for.

For me, the major problem was character behavior. It wasn't believable what he did.
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