I ask you. Would you Adam and Eve it? My new PC has just gone and died on me. Well, perhaps not as draconian as that, but it will need to be fixed, and I can't do that right now because there are other things that I need to attend to.
Do not concern yourselves, however. The edit of 'The Secret Angels' continues unabated. The work is being carried on, in Linux, on the back-up PC that I bought to do exam marking a few years ago. That one, at least, still works - even if it does run Windows 7 at the pace of an arthritic slug (it's faster in Linux, though.) Fortunately, two of my previous actions worked in my favour here. Firstly, after the Mac died and the other PC followed it, I installed the Linux version of WPS Office on the machine so that I could continue writing. I have always made back-up copies of my work, for obvious reasons. The last thing you want is for your machine to go belly-up and take your almost completed book with it. In addition to the master copy on the computer's hard drive, I also made one back-up on on an external hard drive and another in Cloud storage. Because of that, I was able to download the latest version of 'Angels' to the Linux machine and continue working. Phew!
So, the actual editing is going very well. It shouldn't be long before it goes to Cuzzie for the proofread. Then come final checks and publication. If my main PC is up and running again by then, it will do the job, using Kindle Create. If not, I will make an ePub and upload that (Kindle Create doesn't work in Linux). The two methods produce very similar results, so I doubt whether a reader would notice the difference.
Writer of Fantasy, thrillers, comedy - and anything else that takes my fancy.