Well, I'm finished with the second draft. I've ordered a test copy of the paperback to serve as draft three, and to add as needed.
At this rate, the book is going to be shorter than the first book, but I want to make it isn't far too short. That's why I need to see it in print for the sake of visual representation.
I'm going to have to move back my estimation for release to late November, as an October release would be very difficult. I'm been kicking the eBook price around in my head, and it's probably going to be between $2.00 and $2.50.