The Null Pointer paperback is nearly ready to send to the printer. Last minute spine sizing and a quick page edit and by tomorrow I should be sending off for the first proof copy from the printer. Getting excited to have a physical copy in my hands. Ebooks are great and authors are making decent income on them right now, but nothing beats a real book in hand.
If all goes according to plan, the paperback version should be available for sale on Amazon and in local, Boise bookshops in May. Looking forward to doing signings and readings as I prepare to write the next book in the series.