Update, 25 Dec 2020: All the errata in this post have been corrected in the latest download from Amazon. If you have the book in your Kindle, simply delete the download and re-download it. (Worked for me, anyway.)
Of course I am re-reading the book, now it’s been published, and of course I have found a couple of bone-headed errors.
Using Kindle page numbers (which are not the same as the page numbers in the manuscript:
|Time Will Tell, Page 22||“… I didn’t go back to school until … hmm … until, well, 1986.”||1996. His Timeline 1 counterpart went in 1986, when he left the service. In 1986, Timeline 0 Wolff was still in the Marines.
I think this was a late change when I was trying to reconcile timeline events, and the change to the timeline document just didn’t make it into the book.
|Chapter 5, Page 115||Wolff was a little taken aback. “Reserve commission or not, I’m smart enough to know I got out as a shot-up E-7 who’d been bucking for First Sergeant, and that was forty years ago.”||It was fifty years (fifty-one, to be precise, but we’re not going to worry about that).|
|Chapter 6, Page 138||He glanced at the keyboard — in Latin characters, laid out QWERTY-style (apparently nothing had changed in 25 centuries)||He glanced at the keyboard — in Latin characters, laid out QWERTY-style (apparently nothing had changed in that department)
Just bad continuity on my part, they don’t know how far forward the invaders are from, yet.
|Chapter 8, Page 167||He shook his head, clearing it of the forty-year old memories he didn’t need to deal with, right now.||Same as above. Fifty, not forty.|
|Chapter 13, Page 235||“Look, Commodore, I haven’t been an officer very long, but forty years of civilian life…”||Same as above. Fifty, not forty.|
Apparently I can’t subtract 1993 from 2044 very well.
These fixes will be in an update at some point. Table will be added to as I find more things to fix.
(Added erratum in Chapter 6, page 138, on 24 Dec 2020.)