"Daughter of the Desert" is now out in Kindle format on Amazon. I am bedeviled by the same concern I have for "The Sword of the Land" and "The Blood of the Land" in their kindle formats, namely, has the Typo Demon run amuck?
The Typo Demon is well-known, of course. The Typo Demon attacks anyone's work, from the term papers of students to the software of NASA engineers. (If you don't believe me, just google "typos".) When print books become e-books there is even more opportunity for mayhem. Now the Typo Demon has an added title: Format Demon.
I'm sure anyone with an e-reader has stumbled across the Format Demon. Why is there a line break here in the text that makes no sense? Why is there an extra space there for no reason? Or even worse, why are those extraneous, html-like characters inserted somewhere else? You know the answer, of course. It's the Format Demon. The Typo Demon, at your disservice.
I hope my e-books are relatively demon-free, even though I know there is no escaping the Typo Demon entirely. It seems that no matter how often you try to proofread something, mistakes always escape into the wild. Know what I maen?