03 April 2011

Corrections

Today Daylight Savings ended, swapping Sydney back to 'real time' (which in effect means for a while it's light when I leave in the morning, but dark when I get home).  An extra hour to sleep in is definitely a useful sort of time travel.

I also made live a corrected version of Medair, which I had started re-reading because of the Aurealis listing, only to discover four separate typos, some weird characters, and one minor inconsistency.  Most embarrassing.  At least with ebooks and POD, I can correct with relative ease.

Still annoying, though.  Typos are the cockroaches of a writer's life...

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