The only useful thing I did today was to add the Inveresk Mithraeum to the Mithras website.
I did a little work on the Origen book. I tried to find out what size the thumbnail of the cover should be — for Amazon.com purposes. In the process I discovered that I could no longer log in to the “author central” account that I use. An email to Amazon asking for help has yet to get a reply.
I also spent some time looking at the sales figures of the Eusebius book. This sold 33 copies in 2013; quite a lot less than 2012, but something. The actual revenue from the book is not enormous, but the sales are enough, anyway, that I intend to keep the book in print for another year. Most interesting, however, is the clear evidence that paperback sales make up the majority of sales.
Another chunk of a translation of Eusebius’ Commentary on Luke arrived a day or so ago. There are only a handful left to do.
Otherwise I’ve spent today on chores. Chores is the name we give to those mundane tasks which God gives us to balance out our lives, and so prevent our brains exploding from over-excitement. Let us, by all means, give thanks for chores.