Here we go with round 2 of making fun of the search function on Goodreads. If you want to play along, feel free to add your link in the comments section. Fair warning: sarcasm ahead.
I’m sure that “the” is vital to any search since it’s such an uncommon word and doesn’t appear in very many titles.
Not to bring up this horrible cover again, but snooker? That’s not any better. (though apparently there are quite a few books with the word Snooker in the title, which seems a little odd to me, but then, I didn’t realize including “the” was important when searching so can you really trust me?)
Why, yes. When I typed “grave” I really meant “breath.” Thanks for clearing that up for me, Goodreads.
You know? You’re right. Renfield is really easily confused with Overload. I can’t believe I made such a mistake. Those words are just too similar for me to remember the difference. So. Sorry.
Hatter M. Oh. Right. My fingers slipped and I accidentally added an “S” at the beginning and an “E” at the end. Silly me. My fingers get away from me all the time. But only at the beginning and/or the end of words.