As you can see, it has a beautiful new cover, using the concept of my original design but executed much, much better. This was very generously provided by Anna Nordling, whose services are available professionally. Thanks, Anna!
While I’m thanking people, the book also benefitted from two separate phases of proof-reading. Martin Keegan and Alex Chan sent me copious lists of corrections to the almost-complete manuscript that I had prepared before Christmas; then, after I’d integrated those corrections and written the last few sections, Gabriella Marino and Jon Wensley read the whole thing and found a whole nother stack of mistakes. I deeply appreciate all this help.
The full, final table of contents is on the book’s main page.
Paperback and hardback editions will follow soon, for those who want them.
What I need at this point is reviews. I’d really appreciate it if anyone who’s read the book (or the blog posts that two thirds of it is based on) would leave a review on the Amazon pages [amazon.com, amazon.co.uk] — or, if you don’t use Amazon, you can leave reviews here or on the book’s main page.
Thanks again to everyone who’s made this possible!
Update (later the same day)
A couple of people have pointed out to me that while the links in the first 38 entries of the Table of Contents (“About this book” to “Episode 6.13. The Wedding of River Song”) work correctly, the last 36 link (“More thoughts on The Wedding of River Song” to “Where next?”) do not. They seem to link back themselves.
At the moment, I have no idea why this is: all the links were auto-generated by OpenOffice’s table-of-contents generator, so they should all act the same way. What’s more, in the MS-Word-formatted document that I uploaded to the Kindle store, all the links do work. I’d welcome any thoughts on what might be causing the problem, and how I could fix it.
(Once it’s fixed, I will of course upload a new version of the e-book, which should be freely available to anyone who’s bought it.)