Box Set Glitch and FIX

**The glitch in the box set is fixed! If you got a faulty version, you should be able to update the book by syncing.**

You cannot imagine how sorry I am about the glitch in the box set version of Just Ella. It was already on sale and selling quite a few when someone brought it to my attention that the last part of chapter one was missing. It just stopped in the middle of a sentence. Those who have read the book will probably realize how significant that is. The end of chapter one is more than a little bit important.

I contacted the woman in charge and she set about fixing the problem right away. (We still don’t know how it got messed up or why.) She uploaded a new, perfect file. The only problem was that though the version now available for purchase was fixed, it was not allowing people who had already bought the book to update their version to include the fixed chapter. Every day for several weeks, I tried to update the version that I had bought and every day I was angry and frustrated that it still.wasn’t.fixed. I felt so bad that people who may have been totally new to my book would be missing a chunk. Not only that, but it made it look like I had screwed up. I certainly hope that it didn’t turn people off to my work. Bad first impression. So sorry.

Hopefully there were some that discovered that if they went to the regular version of Just Ella in the kindle store, they could read the entire first chapter as part of the sample. But I doubt there are many people who would think of it.

Once again, my most sincere apologies. I hope y’all know that any time you find something wrong with any of my books, you can contact me and I will do everything I can to fix it.

5 thoughts on “Box Set Glitch and FIX

  1. I know how that goes! When you leave your writing and return to find it different.
    Earlier this evening, I left the computer for a bit. Upon my return, I found one of my sibling’s friends had added a part to my story:

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    Sarioce’s eyes opened. “Yes, sir. You told me you could keep me safer and happier than the stable could, but I begin to doubt you, sir.” He remarked gravely. Terrence’s lips twitched, and then they both burst into laughted.
    When they stopped, both were breathless and aching. Sarioce chuckled again, and then took Terrence’s horse’s reins. They walked the rest of the way to the lodge in quiet, but in friendship.

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    If any of you can speak this, I would appreciate a translation. The child must be a genius, for they figured out spaces and tabs and such without being about to read, and without deleting my writing.
    Also, if I ever get my story published, it would be nice to be able to leave this bit in and tell the readers to crack the code for a secret additional dialogue. 😀

    • I printed my very first version of Just Ella, and it was just for me to have and quite a long time before I actually published it. I received the pretty paperback and was glancing through it and saw that my daughter, who had just learned how to type her name, had done to same to mine. In the middle of a page it said, “lkdiendcjkhkdwoiw sophie”
      At least she signed her work. 🙂

  2. OH

    MY

    GOODNESS

    I just finished Missing Lily (we finally worked out the details with the Kindle, and whose email the kindle was hooked up to, and what pass-code was assigned to the kindle and the email ….)

    Mrs. Larsen, I adore your stories. I can’t even begin to describe how fully they thrill, intrigue and draw me in. I’m still breathing in that combination of deep contented sighs and girly delighted breathless giggles that comes after an entrancing book that enchants my bookish soul.
    Your girl protagonists are real. they’re thoughtful, kind, morally strong; they face hard internal struggles and external situations, but they remain in control. they make the right decisions. Your boys are amazing, strong and gentle, chivalrous and kind, truly what men should be.
    Your covers are awesome.
    And you. You are an inspiration to me, a homeschooled girl who wants to write and wants to write adventurous/romantic stories.
    Thank you. Thank you so so so so so much. I can’t even begin to fully express how thankful I am.

    • I had one question.
      So, with Just Ella, you have a Gavin POV. I wondered if you only intended to do that for Ella; would you consider doing it for Rhys and Marilee’s man as well?
      Thank you again. I’m buying paper copies of both your books and sticking them on my bookshelf’s ‘place of honor’. You are such an amazing author!!!

      • Thank you so much, Ema! You are such a sweetheart. Best of luck to you in your pursuit of writing your own stories. Write what you love and don’t be afraid to take criticism and you’ll be well on your way. 🙂

        As for a point of view for Rhys. I hadn’t thought of that. Maybe I’ll look into it and see if I can find a scene that I think would be fun to write from Rhys’s POV. Thanks for the suggestion! I’m excited that my books have earned a spot on your bookshelf.

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