Okay. So I owe everyone who went out and bought my book a super huge apology. I didn't realize it until six this morning, but the file I uploaded for A Fox's Love was the wrong file. What I put up on kindle was the raw, un-proofread version of the story. At first, I thought when people kept talking about the grammatical mistakes I made, that it was just the one or two errant mistakes you see in every book. Well, I got curious when more people kept commenting on it and decided to see for myself. Imagine my horror when I see mistake after mistake after mistake after mistake. I think I found at least six simple homophone errors that I was positive had been corrected before uploading. I went back into my H drive and soon realized that I had accidentally used the wrong file.
Let me tell you all right now that there is nothing more embarrassing then uploading a book on Amazon, and then finding out ONE YEAR LATER that you were using the wrong file this entire time. Right now I feel like crawling into a hole and dying I'm so embarrassed. It's a rather humbling and humiliating thing to realize that you've made a huge mistake one year after the fact.
So, I would just like to sat to everyone here that I am so, so, sorry for not being more conscious of what I was doing. I hope you guys can forgive me.