Okay, they’re minor to me. But they may seem major to anyone reading. So…yeah. Might want to pause on that until I can get them updated.
I was working my way through the third book and found a major plot hole, just sitting right under my nose. Cue facepalm. Don’t know how I didn’t see it sooner. And, of course, the source of said plot hole is in book 1. Luckily, the solution is simple, but it will take some rewriting of a couple sections in a couple chapters.
Good news is, with this change and plot hole resolved, I’m actually much closer to finishing book three. I don’t think the series will have four books anymore. There’s just not enough content left for a whole new book. But it will make book three awkwardly longer than the first two. Oh well…seems to be a common trap authors fall into, and I definitely fell for it, despite my attempts to avoid it. What can you do?