I like feedback. As a writer, I practically live for it. Sadly, much of my work has been done mostly in a vacuum, which leads to a totally different set of problems, especially for this beast:
I was chatting with a friend on twitter and found myself getting a nice splash of overall feedback. I really felt like I’d done well with Vitamin F after that chat, but something came up that I thought was an issue.
Every book, even big corporate releases, have typos in them. I need to hunt down said typos so I can fix them.
So, here’s my plan.
1. Report to me any and all Vitamin F typos. You can send them to me either by twitter, Google+, or by leaving a reply here. Be sure to give me the chapter number and a quote of the typo.
2. I clean up Vitamin F and update it.
3. Anyone who helps me find a new typo that I can verify, can privately send me their address and I’ll send you a special surprise.
I want Vitamin F to be the book it needs to be. To do that, I need it crisp and clear, easy to read on all fronts.