Now, every author is going to be excited about getting their work into paperback (well, most), but I am particularly excited because I went through four proof cycles. I just kept finding something, and while rounds two and three were minor (I'd probably be forgiven for an errant period and a couple of extra prepositions in the dedication), but they would have tormented me. Also, even though this has been through multiple beta-readers and my editor, I know someone is going to find something else. As I said in a forum last night, I have found typos in the classics, and I am betting that Euripides had some too, you know? But because I am self-published, any error of mine is magnified by a factor of one thousand and proof that we're all amateur-hack-charlatans, so I have to eliminate the most glaring ones.
So you know, some of the corrections I needed to make were also in the electronic copy, aka the one I imagine I'm going to sell more of. Those changes have already been updated electronically. If you bought before yesterday (May 15, 2013), please let me know and I will be happy to send you a clean copy.
So, without further ado, here is the link to the CreateSpace page where you can now buy my paperback. (The link to Amazon proper should be live in a few days.)
Now if you'll excuse me, I need to figure out how to get my book into the libraries :-)