What’s wrong with this picture?
If you noticed that the title on the book cover doesn’t match the title listed on Amazon, you’re right. Yeah you. Not me!
Maybe you’re asking, how did this happen? – – – Short answer: Because sometimes I’m a freaking idiot, and sometimes I’m not. This is one of those times when I dropped the ball. Bases loaded, strike one.
When I was entering my book to be published on Amazon, I hadn’t noticed that I had typed in the wrong title. Duh! That’s a pretty Big opps. Somehow I had combined parts of my previous book – Until You Love Me – with my current release – Until She Says Yes. I got it half right but only half right is still all wrong.
The title for this book is and always has been Until She Says Yes.
The US government has issued stamps with errors and many of those stamps have become quite valuable because of those errors. They represent a moment in history that was NOT intended. Everyone involved in the process of making those stamps intended to make a perfectly flawless final product. But somewhere along the way an error was overlooked.
I too intended to make a perfectly flawless final product, but like those well-intended stamp makers, somewhere along the way I screwed up. Something got overlooked.
When I discovered my error, my glitch, I spent days being bummed about it, certain it would take me months to recover from this screw-up. All I could do was suck it up and move on. But then I started reading Tyler Perry’s book, Higher Is Waiting, and I realized my error wasn’t so bad, certainly not life changing. I just needed a way to move past this moment in time and keep believing in myself. Believe in ME. It’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it, who better than ME.
My book, Until She Says Yes, is a good book. The story is still a good story. It’s entertaining and uplifting. So now that you know that I screwed up, please don’t let that stop you from buying the book, reading the book, and enjoying the story. Maybe you can be the one to tell your friends, I bought the book with the wrong title . . . and I liked it.
Enjoy always, T
PS – I’m working with Amazon to get this fixed. I’ll keep you updated.