You look good, and that's what's important.
To make sure I have enough characters to post, I'm now rambling about punctuation. In "The Hidden Universe" by Anthony Peake (non-fiction, 2019), the British author does something I rather like. He places his punctuation (full stops and commas and the like) outside of quotation marks, like this:
Does myelin effectively close the "gates of perception"?
I much prefer this method, but I've never before seen it done in a published paperback book. It's more accurate. It's more clear who is asking the question. I've heard that this is a British thing, but it's not at all common anywhere. It also can look at first glance like an editing error, so if one does this, one must be rather careful. The use of quation marks inside other puncution marks should be used the same way consistantly, and the rest of the grammar should be flawless.