Occasionally, I make a goof in one of my puzzles — yep, it happens. Fortunately, one of my wonderful eagle-eyed solvers will usually catch it and let me know.
Any time an error is brought to my attention I correct it as soon as I can, and then post the correction here.
Thank you for keeping me on my toes! I aim to keep my books as error-free as possible, so please don't hesitate to let me know any time you catch a mistake. :)
January 18, 2017: American Acrostics Volume 4, Puzzle #17. Oops! The book the quotation solution for this puzzle was taken from contains an error. I've edited the quotation solution to remove the error, and revised the puzzle and solution page accordingly. Puzzle #17 in all volumes published after January 18, 2017 should be accurate. For those who have copies of the book published before that date, here's a PDF of the corrected puzzle: Churning It Out (be sure to select "fit to page" before printing).
July 5, 2018: American Acrostics Volume 6, Puzzle #41. Clue Q should read: Kate Hudson won a Golden Globe for her role as a groupie in this 2000 dramedy (2 wds.)
July 28, 2018: CynAcrostics Volume 2, Puzzle #23. Clue C should read: 1985 Martin Scorsese film
about the late-night misadventures of a mild-mannered office worker (2 wds.)
October 13, 2018: American Acrostics Volume 7, Puzzle #41. Clue F should read: Julie and Agatha
November 2, 2018: American Acrostics Volume 7, Puzzle #25, Clue E should read: “Super ____,” PlayStation game set on Mars
February 3, 2019: American Acrostics Volume 6, Puzzle #3, Answer P on the Solutions page should read: Attenuates
May 13, 2019: CynAcrostics Volume 4, Puzzle #5, Clue V should read: 1995 film nominated for seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actress, and Best Adapted Screenplay (3 wds.)
June 9, 2019: CynAcrostics Volume 4, Puzzle #46, Clue M should read: “Nothing makes the earth seem so ____ as to have friends at a distance; they make the latitudes and longitudes.” (Henry David Thoreau)
May 30, 2020: American Acrostics Volume 8, Puzzle #17, Clue P should read: 1939 role for Ray Bolger
June 3, 2020: American Acrostics Volume 8, Puzzle #26, Clue a (cut off in some copies of the print edition) should read: William Wordsworth helped launch this artistic movement (2 wds.)
Here's a printable PDF of the puzzle that includes the missing clue: Setting the Tone (be sure to select "fit to page" before printing).
June 19, 2020: American Acrostics Volume 8, Puzzle #17, Clue D should read: Author of the 1835 fairy tale, “The Princess and the Pea” (3 wds.)
August 1, 2020: CynAcrostics Volume 5, Puzzle #23, Clue N should read: Oscar Wilde spent a week at this London prison in 1895
June 4, 2021: American Acrostics Volume 9: Answer R on the Solutions page should read: Epinephrine
July 30, 2021: American Acrostics Volume 4: This isn't a correction but rather a response to an Amazon review received today for this volume. It appears the Amazon reviewer based his review (citing an error in Puzzle #17) on an old copy of this book. Puzzle #17 was corrected on January 18, 2017 (see above).