Prior to the release of the third book in the Dreamer’s Alliance series, I’ve been reformatting the previous two books so that all three books have a consistent format. These changes aren’t significant, so people who have already read “Knuckleheads” and / or “The Evil You Choose” aren’t at a disadvantage.
Of course, as I go through the previous books, my eyes are still drawn to the things Microsoft Word says are wrong. In almost every case, these are issues Word had previously flagged and I had previously told it to ignore. Microsoft doesn’t take ‘No’ for an answer.
One of the problems with “Knuckleheads” is that it’s set in the sixties. We didn’t have ‘emergency responders,’ we had firemen. We didn’t have ‘servers,’ we had waitresses and waiters. One of the conflicts I have with Word is one where people my daughter’s age would probably agree with Microsoft.
“Word refuses to accept that there was a singular earphone packaged with transistor radios in the sixties”
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