Calling all copy-editors!
AT LAST! (sing that in your best bellowing Etta James voice) The 2012 SAJ Calendar is ready to be proofed! You know the deal. You get to download it for free if you don’t mind the typos. If you find some, email me (or better yet leave your corrections in the comments so I don’t get a zillion of the same email) and let me know. Then when it’s all fixed up and perfect (well, as perfect as it’s gonna get) I’ll put it up in my etsy shop for a few bucks. I figure that’s all it’s worth since it’s recycled banner art. Someday I gotta make a proper calendar with fresh art. Maybe next year.
In other house-keeping business, there will not be a book tour post tomorrow. It’s going to run on Saturday. In fact the rest of the tour might be off by one day. Wanna know why? Because I made my own calendar and left off a day. Thus my call for copy editors! However Saturday’s poster promises me it will be worth the wait. I’m so excited. It’s one of my favorite people from one of my favorite places! Can you guess?
In February, it should be Presidents’ Day, with the apostrophe after the S, because it’s for all the presidents.
Veterans Day in November doesn’t need an apostrophe. Christmas Day is missing.
Feb. has 29 days in 2012.
Also – is Washington’s birthday intentionally left off? Sorry – I hate criticizing other people’s work. But you did ask. :)
Ha ha! Not intentional at all! I am the typo queen. Bring on the edits!
I don’t think this is a duplicate comment, but you forgot Good Friday! Other than that, it looks fantastic!
I LOVE your calendars!! I was wondering if you would have time to do it this year!! I couldn’t tell you if there are mistakes or not as I need my own editor most days ;) Lovely!! And I have a few days marked off already!! ;)
Love the calendar- June only has 30 days (not 31).
Wow, I had no idea when JFK’s birthday was!
The date for October 10th is not quite in the right spot.
The 0 in October 10 can/should be moved over a bit. (Minor detail)
Oops! Sorry, someone already caught that!
I think the apostrophe in April Fools’ Day comes after the s rather than the l for the same reason as Presidents’ Day.
I’m not sure if I”m too late for this, but September’s background pattern doesn’t seem to fit with the rest of the calendar. All the other months don’t have anything on the actual date squares (it’s a lot easier to read that way), they just have the border artwork. If it was me, I’d just take the dots off.