Sunday, September 8, 2013

What's the best typo you've read? E-book giveaway to a a person who comments. Possible adult content

Writing is my love, and I’ll be the first to admit, I’m not the best speller. When I was writing Winning the Boss’s Heart  I made some whoppers that had my editor and I wetting ourselves with laughter. There was the missing ‘g’ in Angus Steak House. The missing ‘e’ in back hoe which added another dimension to gardening implements.   

I shudder remembering my most public typo. I used to work for an auction company and was responsible for the catalog. We were running late one week and I didn’t check the catalog before I hit the publish button. Oh, hindsight you lovely thing. The auctioneer had a great sense of humor and thought my description of a shite lounge suite with matching shite ottoman was hilarious. I swear my hair blushed.

Have you read one that made you laugh or shudder? I'd love to gift a copy of Winning the Boss's Heart to a someone who leaves a comment.
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Mason Christian has twelve weeks to flip something old into something new, and then he's getting the hell out of Footsteps Bay - a tiny New Zealand coastal town. Not even his temporary secretary and personal assistant--the feisty, luscious Billie McLeod--will deter him, but there's no denying she makes him feel alive. More alive than he's felt in three years...
Billie has one dream: save enough money to finish her degree. That's why she's agreed to work for hard ass, all-business-no-pleasure Mason Christian--a man who has every intention of destroying through modernization the town's most cherished historical home. Before she can say 'see ya' she's signed on the dotted line and is contractually bound to be Mason's forty-second assistant. But working with male perfection every day is awesome with a capital A--as long as they can stick to a hands-off policy that gets harder every day...


Melissa Snark said...

Hi Hayson,

I'm drawing a total blank. I've seen some great typos but at the moment, I've got nothing.

Tweeted and FB'd for you. I'm a fellow author here on the pavilion today. I'm sure it'll be a blast. :)

Hayson Manning said...

Melissa, Hi! Thanks for the comment. I'm off to read about your book. Looks awesome!