Nothing New (A Big Mistake): An Ecclesiastes Moment

It’s nothing new for me to make a mistake – yet another Ecclesiastes moment. My version of saying Life happens – and truly – there is nothing new under the sun. I made a mistake – a big one, in my eyes. I uploaded the wrong (or rather earlier imperfect version) of my book file. Not only to one site, but all outlets that carry by book, Finding My Damascus. Then, when I opened the file to rework and revise (yet again), I found the file was corrupt. I had to start from scratch and reformat the entire layout. What a mess….and it’s MY fault.

If you purchased an Ebook from any of the outlets, the updated version should automatically load.

If you purchased Finding My Damascus in paperback, and would like the updated (better) version, please contact me through the website, or email me directly with the Subject Line: Book Replacement. I will be happy to send you a signed copy. Here is what I will need:

  1. A copy of proof of purchase, receipt or something showing you purchased the book or books and from which vendor. I will send one for each purchase. If you bought two, I will send two, and so on.
  2. Your name and address (which I will destroy once the book is sent)


Please accept my apology and know that God will always use the mistakes we make to teach us something about ourselves we had not discovered yet. Mine? Never assume anything is right, always check. But I knew better – there is nothing new under the sun – this was my fault. I am aiming to set it right, and trusting in Jesus to help me.

What has been will be again,
    what has been done will be done again;
    there is nothing new under the sun.
 a time to tear and a time to mend,

    a time to be silent and a time to speak
Ecclesiastes 1:9, 3:7

If you want to watch my apology video over on my Facebook page, click here Michelle Andrea Williams, Author

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