Work on the final pass continues. In terms of creating the lockdown correction documents, I’m currently working on the docs for Book Five and expect to finish them next week; in terms of executing those correction documents, John D. Berry is working on Book Three, and I’m checking his work chapter by chapter as he finishes each pass; as I’ve mentioned before, each chapter so far is taking two to four passes to finalize. Needless to say, I wish this was going faster, but it is going, and everything we’ve finalized so far looks great and is everything we want it to be.
The house where I live in upstate New York was flooded in late August (almost up to the basement ceiling); we were without power, internet, and hot water for respectively five, six, and eight days. The good news is that nothing related to the Little, Big Project was lost or damaged; everything is secure. The bad news is folks in Vermont, just an hour or two away from here, were hit far worse than we were, and have a long recovery ahead. Meanwhile, nine days after the first flood here there was a second one, not nearly as bad but nevertheless frustrating after all the cleanup work.
I will post again on September 30th, if not before, with a more detailed update.