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.  :)

 

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

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