Just when I think I've experienced most writerly frustrustations, along comes a new one. The Amazon page for my next book, HIGHLAND ROGUE, LONDON MISS, contains editorial reviews for a totally different book, and not just that, but a totally different type of book.
My book is a Regency-set historical romance. The "editorial reviews" on Amazon belong to THE PROGRAM: THE BRAIN-SMART APPROACH TO THE HEALTHIEST YOU: THE LIFE-CHANGING 12-WEEK METHOD.
I did check the Amazon page for THE PROGRAM to see if my book description was there, which would have been...interesting. It's not - the right comments are there - so somehow the editorial reviews for THE PROGRAM got added to my page by mistake. I've emailed Amazon and alerted the powers-that-be at my publisher. But really, what next? The wrong cover?
(Egad, I hope I didn't just jinx myself! These are the sorts of thoughts that can give a writer nightmares!)