"A Changed World" is in print now, real print on paper. This makes me happy because I still love print books. I love books which let you turn their paper (!) pages. Some of my friends call print books "real" books and others call them "dead tree books" or "dtb" for short and prefer e-readers solely.
I find myself on both sides of this digital divide. That isn't as painful as it sounds. If it's a book that I want, I'll read it any way I can get it. A possible exception to this is archeology books, the ones with lots of footnotes and illustrations that have you flipping back and forth and losing your place under the best of circumstances. Those I much prefer in paper. But that's another story. And if you read in bed late at night, holding the book up above your face, it doesn't matter if you are reading a print and paper book or an e-reader. If you fall asleep, you get whacked in the face by the falling book. It's true. I've been there.
So now there's a choice: you can get "A Changed World" for e-reader or in print. Or both! Just don't stay up late reading with the book held above your face. Don't say I didn't warn you.
Oh right. Here's a link: