Some good news. Thanks to a patient and resolute customer support person at Lulu, the Barnes & Noble e-book issues have finally been resolved. Really, this rep was great. We only communicated via e-mail, but she was always pleasant and definitely not a slacker. So ends my association with Lulu.
The plan, don’t hold me to it, is to have the books republished through a different platform by late March/early April. I believe I also need to update the files on KDP as well, at least that’s what the note on my whiteboard tells me. I know I need to update the print edition CreateSpace files, having finessed my manuscript template. I need to apply those modifications, or maybe I already have? I’ll have to check. I’ve had so much on my plate of late.
In other good news, the Photoshop issue I was complaining about is no longer a problem. I suspected it was more a learning curve issue, which it was. I discovered how to do what I want, it’s merely done a little differently in PS than PSE. It was my impatience that got the better of me. Taking a few steps back and focusing on other and/or fewer things can really be beneficial.
Transcribing on volume 7 continues, albeit slowly. I’ll be caught up by the weekend. I can’t let it get out of hand again.
The novel, for the time being, remains on hiatus. Which kind of sucks, but I think once I get these other things squared away, my mind won’t be so cluttered and I can get back to work.