Iron Flame’s Rocky Release: Entangled’s Journey to Fix a Misprint Mess
So, guess what? Entangled Publishing, yeah, the big guys behind Rebecca Yarros’ latest novel Iron Flame, are in a bit of a pickle. Turns out, they’ve got a misprint situation on their hands, and it’s quite the story. The novel hit the shelves on November 7, and it was like fireworks – over half a million copies flew off the shelves on day one.
But, here’s the twist: some of these copies weren’t quite right according to Publishers Weekly. We’re talking about damaged pages, some missing, and a few even doing acrobatics (read: upside down pages). TikTok’s been buzzing with readers showing off these quirky copies.
Anyway, Entangled’s not just sitting back. They’ve come out and said, “Yep, we goofed, and we’re on it.” They’re pretty bummed about disappointing the fans who were waiting for this release with bated breath. Sticking to their guns about quality and responsibility, they’re hustling to fix this. They’re working with their distribution partner to sort out a swap for those who can’t get back to where they bought the book. And guess what? The printing company’s burning the midnight oil to get the extra copies out there for this whole exchange shindig.
They’re asking for a bit of patience from the readers and promising to keep everyone in the loop on social media in the coming weeks. As for the finer details, it’s a bit hush-hush for now. And, oh, they’re playing hard to get – no response yet to PL’s query. But hey, it’s worth a try, right? Stay tuned, and let’s see how they untangle this entangled situation.
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An aficionado of romance novels for many years, Tina has owned The Romance Studio since 2003 and for 20 years, has enjoyed highlighting the best books in the genre. She enjoys all aspects of marketing including writing content, book trailer design, and finding captivating new books for voracious readers. She has also written over 20 romance titles under various pen names. In another life, she writes horror and works as an extras casting assistant for TV shows and films in the North Carolina and South Carolina regions.