Ms. Hilary Goldstein & Mr. Richard George,I'll be sure to inform you of any reply.
I read your "Ten Books for Your Girlfriend" article, and I regret to inform you of a terrible error that was missed.
The end of the article was cut. I read through the whole thing and didn't see the punchline where you let everyone know you were kidding, that they're supposed to talk to their significant other and find out what kinds of stories they like before making recommendations. It's an awful thing to omit, because without it, people might think that you're serious.
It seems obvious to me, but apparently no one else has brought it up because here we are nearly a month later and the last paragraph is still not there. You may want to discuss this with your editor.
-- Lisa Fortuner
Monday, July 10, 2006
Benefit of the Doubt
I received a link to this in the email (along with this livejournal post), and realized that a terrible error may have occurred. See, I've seen posts like that, and there is usually a very important element that separates the good ones from the bad ones. This article was missing that element. So I emailed the article's authors to inform them of it.