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Changes to The Night Weaver publication
Unfortunately, our records for various editions of the YA novel The Night Weaver were corrupted in 2019. I have rebuilt them based on your original 2018 submission as well as Amazon/Goodreads records. I am not 100% sure that everything ended up where it should have, so when you get a chance, could you please review the 3 editions?
As near as I can tell, you originally submitted the 2018 electronic edition published by Gigi Publishing. Another user, User:MoniqueSnyman, which I suspect is your alternate account, updated that publication record in 2019. Instead of creating a separate publication record, that submission overwrote the originally entered data with the data for the 2019 edition by Vesuvian Books. The resulting record was a mix of trade paperback and electronic editions. I have now separated everything into 3 publication records and hope that things look OK. Sorry about the mess! Ahasuerus 15:34, 5 July 2020 (EDT)