None of which would have been remotely possible, without the the intellectual stimulation and encouragement in your efforts, of Jaysen ... would it? ... eh?pigfender wrote:Thanks for the kind words everyone.
And, yes, they definitely do a whole lot more than the word 'sponsor' suggests. Aside from kindly hosting the event here, they develop Scrivener, which is the engine that powers the whole process from planning, development, producing packs, tracking input, through to producing the final books. NiaD would be impossible without it.
Speaking of which, I've just had to recompile every single format of every single version because some idiot (me) put a type on the cover (so there are new versions available now, and I've fixed some of the links that weren't working). It took less than half an hour for 12 books, with completely different content (including front matter that changes between versions and formats), formats and metadata -- which is pretty amazing!