Ouch! If it's any consolation, no one else will spot it as easily as you, Liz. I'm the same when people put a double "ll" in the middle of Lilian.
the e and i in your name are around the wrong way! How frustrating!!
Oh no! That's dreadful o_O
Your Name Liz...it should be Fielding not Feilding..
And I thought it was the hair colour .
I can imagine, Lilian!
:) Princess. For once they got that rightd!
Have to be honest and confess that I didn't spot it - it was someone on FB!
I knew those hours at the coal face checking mail order catalogues had to count for something... I was the someone on FB :(Is there time for it to be changed?
Eagle-eyed Esmeralda! No, it will never be changed. The book is printed and will already be in the hands of book club subscribers.I once had a German translation published under the name Joy Fielding. I bet she was surprised!
That's one thing you'd expect your publisher to get right. Ouch! (Me, too, on having my name misspelled. I normally end up adding 'without an e' whenever I say my surname and smiling verrrry sweetly.)
Oppps! ;o) Caroline x
Grr, that's annoying. But it's a lovely cover...
Hi Liz:Do you think the cover will become valuable like those postage stamps that are printed upside down? Get the word out and there probably won’t be one left on the shelves.BTW: My mother’s name was Lillian. Pronounced Lil lee an. Do you know if Lilian is pronounced Lil ee an? It seems authors like the names Fielding and Darcy. Of course, I always want to write D’arcy from my high school French ala D'Artagnan and sur le pont d'avignon. Vince
I before E except after F. *g*but the story will be wonderful.
Really, Kate? I'd never have thought of adding an "e" to Hardy. I do always have to spell my married name, though. A confusion of "l" and "p"s!
You're right, Vince, a lot of authors do choose character/author names when inventing a pseudonym - thinking Emma Darcy, Charlotte Lamb. Fielding is actually a family name - just lucky I guess!
Story IS Wonderful Anne.
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