An apology

I must apologize to you all. Too much stress and too little sleep has resulted in a problem with the eBook of Blood Before Wine.

After a recent review on Goodreads rightly pointed out the unacceptable amount of typos in Book 3, I’ve spent the last 36 hours scouring and fixing the manuscript. The corrected version (which no doubt still has a stray typo or two) has been uploaded to Amazon and is in review. They tell me folks who’ve already purchased the eBook will get the corrected version automatically when it goes live, but we’ll see. I’ll be keeping a close eye on this situation. For anyone who bought BBW through Payhip, please contact me directly via email with proof of purchase for an updated clean copy. jp_kenwood(at)yahoo(dot)com. None of the plot or content in Book 3 has changed.

In much, much better news, the custom map for the paperback of Blood Before Wine by the amazing Catherine Dair is simply fabulous. The map is still in the WIP stage, but it is gorgeous. We’re on schedule for a March release for the paperback barring any unforeseen complications.

JPK xoxo

  4 comments for “An apology

  1. Sevi Morris
    February 10, 2019 at 12:14 am

    Hi, I got one by payhip and other by kindle . Which one of the two versions need to be corrected!

    • JP Kenwood
      February 10, 2019 at 12:29 am

      Both. The Amazon version should upload automatically when it goes live. You have to email me for a corrected ePub or PDF version.

  2. Lynne Mackness
    February 10, 2019 at 7:41 am

    Thanks for this. Many authors, apparently, seem to think that it doesn’t matter that an ebook has errors, whereas it isn’t the case with printed books.

    Loved the book,by the way. Finished it too quickly!

    • JP Kenwood
      February 10, 2019 at 3:48 pm

      Thanks, Lynn. So delighted you enjoyed Blood Before Wine. I can’t wait to chat with readers about the story. 😀

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