Finished revising the xhtml formatting of all three ePub copies of my novels and finally got around to uploading the new versions to my website. Also, uploaded the new xhtml versions to Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Shouldn't really notice a difference reading the books; however, under the hood, the code is completely different. InDesign always made things so complicated. The latest version of LibreOffice exports a much cleaner html file, and Sigil has evolved to the point where it is easy to build the .epub yourself. The Faire Folk of Gideon is the only one that should look noticably different with a more interactive table of contents. Of course, it also now includes an xthml table of contents that isn't interactive at all. Probably easy to confuse the two depending on the ePub reader.