First, welcome to Susan at sense and non blog. Yeah! 85 members and still growing!
Next, We still have a couple of people in the queue. Please email one of us if you are having problems with the code. We'll be glad to help you.
Last, I am listing the book on Amazon today -- Woo hoo! The cover isn't perfect, there are more little niggly things that could be edited, but I'm finished. It's not really done, but I am finished. Really. We have an ISBN 1-4116-5588-5. Cool, huh? It will be release as a book in print tomorrow (Wednesday), and will be on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Borders, etc... hopefully by Wednesday (keep your fingers crossed and prayers a' coming.) As soon as we get the listing, I'll pass along the code for each and everyone of you to put in your sidebar on your blog.
A big note: We get more royalty if you order directly from Lulu. The book is here. Do NOT order today -- the back cover has a big big boo boo right now -- the ISBN has wandered off to the corner and misplaced some text. If ordered directly from Lulu, royalty does not have to be paid to Amazon, etc. We will get more than just $1 per book, but $2.80 per book (up to $4.40 for orders over 25 books). Therefore, although it will be listed on Amazon, I would suggest STRONGLY that people order it from Lulu. I am listed on Lulu as the author b/c they needed a Tax ID number and I had to put something so I put my SSN. I am in discussion with my friend Steve-bo the lawyer who will take care of this for free before the next book.
The shocker: by publishing it ourself we will receive up to $2500 for the first 1000 (after production costs). If we sell 5000, we will get up to $20,000. That is a shocker for me. A really big Wow. Wow.
Oh yeah, and here is the information on the new book -- Ordinary Time. I'm going to list like 6 weeks at a time. Here is the first 6 weeks or so. Please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. This book will probably be good to be published via Lulu or St. Bartholemy. However, there has been interest from Baker, Abington and Eerdman for projects more than an year in the future. Cool!!