I sign all my professional work as "Christopher E. Stith".
It would be quite nice see my name in such a clear and useful volume. I'm considering transitioning to tech writer or proofreader if I decide to go back to school. A credit in your book would be a fine addition to my portfolio for that.
In any event, I appreciate the chance to read and comment on the manuscript. It was a pleasure. I've been meaning actually to give it another read through, and I'll see if there's anything I didn't see the first time. If you get a newer draft ready, I'd be happy to read that, too.
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