You'd think with digital copies it'd be easier to fix them. I don't have enough knowledge about the digital book process to know whether or not this is the case. If it's like uploading a file from a computer it should be easy enough. And for the author's sake I sure hope so.
I've been using my Kindle more and more and I've noticed a lot of formatting issues. I'm currently reading a book and
the the paragraphs are either
broken or they
run together. It makes
it difficult to decipher who is talking during internal/external dialogue. It's quite comical when you're not sure if the hero is sighing over the way the heroine grins or the heroine is grunting while lifting a sack of flour.
It kind of sucks, because I'm betting this paritculare book is probably one of the best I've read when it comes to real deep point of view. Since it's a review copy I'll be able to voice my concerns directly to the publisher (which happens to be a big name publisher) and hopefully they'll work out the bugs. I'd hate for the author to not receive the kudos she deserves because of a glitch on the publisher's end.
What kinds of issues have you come acrossed with digital books?