So of course… they ran amok.

 


So. These two gods. Debris and Detritus. They got us, and they got us good. [Although they are carefully avoiding our eyes and pretending to be have been elsewhere.]

How did one story–one single story–lose its italics somewhere between the last proofread and publication?

The gods only know, but it did.

Readers have been salivating–waiting to finally read how a building becomes sentient in the Celta universe that Robin D. Owens has been writing for a score of years, and we were fortunate enough to get to share that tale with you first here, in Debris & Detritus: The Greek Gods Running Amok. It’s a marvelous tale, even without the italics, but with them…?

It sings.

So to amend this error, we at SSP are most eager to make sure you get a copy of “HeartStones” so you can enjoy it the way it was meant to be read.

If you pre-ordered the book in digital, please email a copy of your receipt to info@storyspringpublishing.com. (We have also been informed by Kindle readers that they have called Amazon and had the updated book delivered right to their Kindle or app.)

If you pre-ordered a print copy, also email a copy of your receipt to info@storyspringpublishing.com, along with your mailing address so we can send you a copy of the story.

If you still need assistance, please let us know here.

 

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