Currently made it to source 598 out of 2736. That is approximately 22% (21.85672514619883…). Outlining the remainder of the year: this is the last official update for 2020. That does not mean that I might not post another update or two before 2021. It all depends on how much progress I continue to make. Technically, my “off week” for November started yesterday and will go through 5 December, inclusively. I have former school mates visiting 3rd through 5th. I will be “off schedule” for the remainder of December. That means I will still accomplish things, but at my leisure. The first work day for 2021 is scheduled as Sunday 3 January. Until then, True Believers, Excalibur! 😎
Two former school mates visited from Thursday through Saturday. Had a great time, in spite of reality’s high weirdness lately. 😁
Did accomplish some things today. The Grand Bibliography has 2552 sources. The Manuscript is 1374 pages. Tomorrow (Monday) is another work day. So, until then, True Believers, Excalibur! 😎
Remember, I shall be off tomorrow (Thursday) through Saturday. Former school mates are visiting during that time. At the end of today’s work, I have reached 1294 sources and 1197 pages. By 1 October, I hope to be finished with the physical folders (for this phase; they shall be revisited in a later phase).
My goal is to have the same set of Bibliographies for all of the volumes in the Encyclopædia set (what will differ is if a source is in the “Bibliography for Cited Sources”, or the “Bibliography for Further Reading”).
Once the Bibliographies are to the point of halting any additions, I will be sharing the grand Bibilography (for constructive criticism purposes) with those authors who have committed to writing either a Foreword or an Afterword to one of the 16 volumes. I currently have 8 who have signed on. There are 24 remaining openings for writers of Forewords and Afterwords for several volumes. My near immediate need is someone to write the Afterword for The Introduction volume. Jill M Roberts will be writing the Foreword to that first volume. So don’t be shy. Step up! 😎
Until Sunday, true believers, Excalibur! 😎😀😎