“Signs and Words” survived the Smashwords.com “meat grinder,” which I’ve learned is a good thing. (A lot of authors have trouble getting their formatting to sail through, which is I suppose how the nickname came about.) Smashwords is a distribution site that will help make the novella available on:
Most of these sites will have the book in two weeks — some it will be as little as one. You can already buy ePub files of the book at Smashwords, as well as PDF files or PDB files for Palm reading devices. You can also download a sample chapter from Smashwords or have it transmitted to your Kindle from Amazon.com.