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  1. Thank you!

    I like to fix my epubs, as the cover image is often substandard (or missing), and there are sometimes grammar and/or spelling errors that I can’t resist changing. Yes, I am anal, and yes, there is probably something wrong with correcting it, but it is very satisfying to go into the book and fix it. Sad as it sounds, and probably is.

    Thanks again,

    Mark

  2. I totally understand that particular urge 🙂

    I understand that authors rely on their editors to find most spelling mistakes, broken orthography etc. But It’s still interesting how much of it makes it into print or into e-books. I bought Jeff Vandermeer’s City of Saints and Madmen as ePub, and it has at least one example of wrong hyphenation every 10 page flips 🙁

    I’m not quite at the stage where I’d go and correct that stuff, but I’m always happy when I catch a mistake.

    About the DRM: DRM should not exist, it’s an insult to consumers!

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