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View Poll Results: Are errors acceptable in history books, sites, articles?
Any error (name, date etc) however small, is unforgivable because we rely on books to be accurate. 5 29.41%
Small errors in names, dates, places OK but authors must not present theory as fact. 12 70.59%
If twisting the truth a little make for a more interesting story, that is OK. 0 0%
So long as it's a jolly good read, really I don't care. 0 0%
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Old 07-14-2012, 05:00 PM
HelenaWojtczak HelenaWojtczak is offline
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This is why I self-publish. I'd hate my name to be misspelt in such huge black letters!

WOJTCZKA

Oh horror!

Actually, the printers, like the Juwes, are "the men who are not to blame" because nowadays they insist on books being sent to them as PDF files, so they no longer typset.
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Old 07-14-2012, 08:21 PM
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Well, I did recommend shortening it to Wojo. That's catchy.
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Old 07-14-2012, 08:23 PM
Cogidubnus Cogidubnus is offline
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Default Not quite off-topic yet....

I can't speak as an author, but as a publisher of bus timetables, I do know a good printer could, Until the mid 90s at least, make you or break you...

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