Recently I made an error in a review. A reader told me about it and I went back and changed my review. Is there some other action that is needed to somehow publicize my culpability. In Latin, Mia Culpa. (I wonder if that could be a character's name?)
I wanted to explain, perhaps humorously why I wanted the broadest distribution of my review, to bring attention to the story. Broad, in the sense of widely, and also to Broads (women). I seriously misquoted a line from South Pacific using Broad where I should have used Dame. (There is nothing like a Dame/Broad.) The song I wanted was "Honey Bun" and the line "And she's broad where a broad should be broad."
Correction to the review is made, what more should I do?