The reality behind any book is that many people have participated with the production and distribution of the idea. Most people think about the author and they tend to imagine that they is this magical person that writes the story which includes a pen and paper, after which the book grows to nothing manifests itself inside the local book store. If only it were very easy. I work for a company that does the different non championed footwork behind making a book an actual tangible item in the reader’s’ hands. I go into work everyday and sit at my desk, proofreading transcripts and correcting minor spelling errors and grammatical problems. It’s tedious, but honestly the heating and cooling system at our office can make it all worth it. I have had jobs in earlier times where, without any air conditioning, the staff would suffer everyday. Actually none of previous jobs had very good climate control. Initially, I is at small, privately owned restaurants. That’s a really hard boat to keep afloat, so HVAC systems are usually one of the points where the owner can save a little bit, especially in regard to A/C in the kitchen. As long as the guests are happy, all is usually well, right? Of course, there were fans, but real climate control might have been nice. My boss insisted the reason there was no air conditioning was as the air current it creates would cool the produce down too quick. The heating and cooling system within my editing job will never be an issue though, they have that element perfected.