Bizzare Experiments

Shameless self-promotion: MSN UK has an article about "the weirdest experiments in the history of science" based on my book Elephants on Acid, which was just released in the UK. It's got a nice photo gallery of ten particularly strange experiments selected from my book.

But eagle-eyed reader Rowenna noticed that, on the cover, the word "bizarre" was misspelled. They spelled it "bizzare". Panicked, I ran to check if the actual cover had the same misspelling. (By coincidence, I had just received my copy of the UK edition in the mail.) Thankfully, it was spelled correctly. But then I noticed that the same misspelling occurs on the cover photo on Amazon. I'll have to let my publisher know. I don't think "bizzare" is an alternative UK spelling of "bizarre".
     Posted By: Alex - Thu Aug 07, 2008
     Category: Science | Experiments | Books | Alex

Sabra, as a frequent reader of library books myself, I absolutely support people reading my book at a library. The more readers, the better!
Posted by Alex on 08/08/08 at 11:13 AM
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