Here ’tis, with the giddy author:
The next step is… well, proof-reading it. A quick glance revealed two obvious, and easily fixable, errors. In general, the formatting is perfect. Yes sir, it looks like a book, folks.
Now it’s on to the nitty-gritty of typos and grammar/punctuation errors. You know, no matter how many times I proof something on the computer, there’s no substitute for having the book in my hands, and actually reading it. It makes a difference in spotting errors.
This is lots of shades of cool.