Collision Course is currently being proofed by my wife. Her 27 years of newspaper experience makes her the perfect person to edit my books. She is not a big fan of science fiction and that actually is a plus for her being my proof-reader. Because she does not enjoy reading science fiction, she does not have the tendency to switch from editing mode to story-reading mode. She's committed to proofing at least one chapter a day so I should have a proofed copy in a little over a month.
In the meantime, I've started playing around with my website. It's been too long since I last played around with website development and the memory of how it all works was beginning to fade. It took some time this morning to get back up to speed but now I'm making progress. I'm using a local web server called XAMPP to locally host the test site.
The editor I'm using is Atom. I tried a few others but Atom is the one with the best documentation and is highly configurable. Brackets is another good choice but finding good documentation on how to use it is virtually impossible. What good is a program that does not have good documentation?
Time to get back to playing!