What a fucking ridiculous day.
I almost said absurd, but that would lend it an ontological weight which it clearly does not deserve.
Yes, the job-not-job-but-maybe-yes.
Tch, I don’t even want to talk about it other than to say that my only error was in the initial excitement. Yes, it might still work out, but my eyebrow will remain raised until events prove otherwise.
And then our let’s-make-a-deal president who, apparently, thinks that giving everything away beforehand is the preferred opening gambit. Nevermind he could have pushed the Dems to have done this while they were still in control. . . tch, I can’t even.
So a bit of good news: The Unexpected Neighbor has been granted premium status by Smashwords (which means it’ll be available thru Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Kobo [Australia], Sony, etc.) AND managed to get through the EPUB verification system.
Had there been problems, I would have worked them out. But it’s nice that there were (at this point) no problems.