My blog is being attributed to the wrong author!
1. Ok, to display Authorship information on your blog you need Google+ account. Then you will need the profile link to your Google+ account.
<a class="atr-inf" rel="author" href="paste-your-google+-link-here"><img width="28px" height="28px" src="http://cdn4.iconfinder.com/data/icons/socialmediaicons_v120/48/google.png" class="gplus-icn"></a>
The scroll down and you will see a text area, saying you to enter your google+ profile, enter it and Verify.
Check your mail for any emails. If you got one, then follow the steps in it.
When done please reply, so that i can check the updates. We need to solve this matter.
I followed the steps you posted (and cross-checked with other sources), and although everything looks fine using the Rich Snippets tool, the search results for my blog still attribute the incorrect author.
Teri Casper owns a blog called "Twenty Minute Challenge," where she posts paintings by other artists. Recently, she invited some other artists to contribute directly to her blog. The search results for at least some the blogs of those other artists also appear to be incorrectly attributed to Teri Casper. http://backwoodscrazyquilt.blogspot.com/ is one of those.
We can only remove the wrong attribution by attributing our self to the blog, that will overwrite the existing wrong attribution.
Best of luck :)
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