If any of you bought the iBook edition of romance writer Susan Andersen's latest corset-ripper, "Baby, I'm Yours," delete it immediately! Olaf or Butch or whatever the hero's name is will never seem the same once you read a certain coprophilic typo 300 pages in. Let Susan explain:
I wanted to give you all a head's up on a killer typo in my digital edition of Baby, I'm Yours and apologize for page 293, where it says:
He stiffened for a moment but then she felt his muscles loosen as he shitted on the ground.
Shifted--he SHIFTED! God, I am so appalled, not to mention horrified that anyone would think that's what I wrote. I'd really appreciate it if you would forward this to your romance reading friends just in case they bought the ebook, which is on sale for $2.99 at the moment so has likely been selling even better than usual (trust me, usually that's a good thing). Please assure them that I'm on it and it will be fixed asap.
Did you get that? Susan Andersen is not, she repeats NOT, into the weird stuff. Expect some good old-fashioned stiffening and loosening shortly.
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