Best Bug Contender: Midnight Rain Bug-Hunt

There’s no actual prize for finding the “best bug” because a “best bug” in a manuscript is purely subjective. There would be no just, objective way to award a prize.

But this is my favorite bug found so far, located by Midnight Rain Bug-Hunter Charlotte Lenox…

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Fart Lauderdale. The automated book scanning process did some really interesting creative editing with this. 😀

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By Holly

Novelist, writing teacher, on a mission to reprint my out-of-print books and indie-publish my new ones.

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dragon
dragon
5 years ago

*laughter* good one. LOL

Mike C Baker
Mike C Baker
5 years ago

Makes me wonder, at least a tiny touch, what *interesting* words might reside in my own personalized spell-check dictionaries (among other ponderous ponderables…)

Judy French
Judy French
5 years ago

Too funny!

Deborah K Gallardo
Deborah K Gallardo
5 years ago

You’d think that, by now, the technology for scanner clarity and therefore better OCR recognition would be further along, wouldn’t you? Or have they progressed, but we’ve got to use $1,000 scanners and $500 OCR software? No way, Jose’! That’s why we have eyes and learn how to read.

Deborah K Gallardo
Deborah K Gallardo
Reply to  Holly
5 years ago

My commiserations, Holly. Makes digital look kind of good, from that standpoint. Paperback sales are on the rise. So, how many more books have to be scanned? Any idea?

Charlotte
Charlotte
5 years ago

I couldn’t help but giggle when I saw that, despite the seriousness of the scene.

Vera Lamb
Vera Lamb
5 years ago

May I point out that the pronoun ‘her’ at the end of the sentence is used incorrectly. It should read’she’.

Reziac
5 years ago

*snork* Can’t believe I missed that one… but I’m glad I did! 😀

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