I don't know if you really read these forums, but I bought Misery about a month ago for my Kindle. I read about halfway and had to stop. (I'm going to wait and check out a physical copy from my library. It's checked out right now.) I love the story, but the typos in the Kindle version are really bad. Thought you would like to know.
For example, I don't know how many times I saw the book that Paul is working on referred to as Miser's Return. There were references to past books like Miser's Love, etc. I tried to use the search function on my Kindle to look them all up, but for some reason, it only finds a few. I seem to remember "Miser's" showing up a lot.
Here's another one. Location 892-"The faint rattle of the capsules in their Misters..." I'm assuming you meant blisters? Maybe I'm stupid, and Misters is one of those quaint New England sayings that y'all have up there. I'm from the South and hadn't heard that one. LOL.
The sections where excerpts of what Paul has written of Misery's Return are really hard to read. The punctuation goes hay-wire, lots of periods everywhere. I also think there were spelling and capitalization and spacing issues there, too. For example, location 2203, the paragraph which starts: "Geoffrey didn't, but quite..." There are a couple of sentences with stray periods. (There was this game I used to play when I was little called "Red Light/Green Light", and these rogue periods make me feel like I 'm playing that game.) This was not the only location I remember seeing that problem, by the way. It was just the only one I was able to find.
I started using the highlighting function on my Kindle to mark all the errors, but after a while, it became too tedious to do so. So I thought I would find a way to contact you. Love your work, sir! Thank you for all you do.