Life has errors. Naturally, so do most books, thought traditional publishers have many many editors making sure there are no errors (or at least very few)!
But do they matter?
I'll say it straight-the first edition of Stories of Earth: WWIII does contain a few typos. But honestly, what's worse-a book with only 99.99% of the words correct, or with 100% accuracy but full of plot holes?
I'm a 'grammar Nazi', but I understand that sometimes even the best make mistakes, so I don't mind some errors, as long as the words still make sense (they usually do).
What do you think?
P.S. If you find any errors in the book, please let me know, so I can fix them in the later editions!