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Scott wrote:The button should be on the upper-right-hand side of the post. I think you can only edit the post for an hour or so after you post it.
Glad I saw this--I never have noticed that button, but in the few times I've looked for it, it was much later than an hour after I posted.
Which brings up the question I have now--one of the editors who checked my most recent book review noticed an error that I would like to have corrected. Apparently there isn't a way I can do this myself, so I'm wondering if someone can do it for me. Is that possible? Thanks!
bookowlie wrote:I think you can ask one of the moderators to make a correction. I did this a few months ago when the author brought up the fact that I wrote the main character's last name wrong. The name was O'Shea, but I got it stuck in my head that it was O'Hara (a more common Irish surname).
Thanks--I've sent a request to the moderators. It's embarrassing enough that I made the error--but it gives readers incorrect information, and I hate to point them in the wrong direction.