Well, the forever flurries never happened yesterday. Occasionally one or two would dash themselves against my windshield as I drove to work, but other than that precipitation was a bust. Today, temps are predicted to climb back up into the 50s (F).
My left leg was sore last night. I don't doubt for a second it's the result of my climb in through the window. Once I was halfway in, I not so limberly pulled my left knee up and squeezed it between my chest and the window frame. Believe me, when pulling yourself through a small opening, traction is everything.
For right now, it will only be my eBooks which will be selling through Barnes & Noble. Their antiquated system for setting up cover art for a paperback is way too cumbersome. To give you an idea: you have to turn a jpeg into a PDF, however PDFs have specific sizes, so you need to download software which will let you go into the PDF's preflight tool to adjust the size to fit the page, and then you save it. After that you need to open Word and bring up the saved PDF as a photo so you can do changes to both fonts and colors because the PDF/x 1.a you created only uses grayscale. Amazon, on the other hand, not only uses a jpeg for cover art, they will size it for you at no extra charge.
For those interested, this is the window I used to break into my house.