I remembered to look for the free Friday Nook book. It was a YA, and sounded like an interesting adventure story, so I got it. It was also free on Amazon, I guess because of price matching. I got the two-week promo free books from Ellora's Cave, too. I have quite a number of books I got that way, some of them fairly well-known books and/or authors. It's mostly through Dear Author's Daily Deals that I've gotten a lot of free Kindle and Nook romances.
I'd read the first four parts of "Responsible Science." I read the fifth. There was a lot of science and math, and some irritating original characters. I think they were meant to be irritating, though. (Edited to add: Apparently there really is a Darcy Lewis in the Marvel Universe. I wonder if she's really that annoying.) I'm not a big fan of stories in which days are repeated, but aside from the above I liked it all right. Janet Van Dyne and Hank Pym were racebent. Apparently that's the word for changing the races of the characters. Janet was Indonesian-American and Hank was Mexican-American, although that was what the author said rather than specifying in the text. Hank's first name was Enrique, so that indicated Spanish.
When I first saw the Marvel movies of recent years, I was surprised by the change from some characters established in the comic books as white to being characters of color, but I said that I'd been thinking inside the box. I noted about the Captain America movie that units were still segregated in World War II.
I finished up an editing job.