Didn't intend to take this long to get back to you - but the nightmare of proofing Dreams & Portents looks like it may be soon resolved.
There are now three different formatted versions of the book - the original, which is pretty close to what I hoped to achieve when this whole thing commenced - a format for Kindle, which is wholly different (more like your regular dictionary listings) and, if it is accepted, will be unique to the induustry - and the backup print version, which resembles the Kindle layout, just in case my genius is not appreciated by the invisible quality control folks at CreateSpace.
Which reminds me, if you've been checking out both the Dragon Solstice and Dreams & Portents Facebook pages (yep, one for each - and thank you, thank you, those who have "Liked" them - you are much loved) you are aware that I am in a mini-tussle with Amazon; although, I must admit, I don't think Amazon is entirely aware of it, yet. It seems Amazon claims copyright on all the reviews that are posted there - which is something like stepping onto the shore of Balboa Beach, planting a flag, and claiming it for your favorite Renaissance ruler: you can yell all you want but it don't make it so when the Americans show up. Some smarmy lawyer snuck it into the Terms of Agreement because he could - I really don't like things like that.
More later, if they ever answer my query.
And I promised a link or two to reviews of HEARTBREAK HOUSE at the Theatricum Botanicum - it's just remarkable, as is everything they do there - and David, as the only sane man among the looneys, is a hoot.
Here are a links to two of the reviews: Backstage (the theater/film paper) and Blog Critics. If you want to take a look at the other six raves, and get a peek at some beautiful photos of the place, go for it. Oh, and that's "Grandpa Walton's" real granddaughter with David, below.