I've just uploaded the 2nd Beta version of Rolling Rocks Downhill, my biztech novel.

So what's new?  Well, just like the latest iPad, it's 25% thinner (I reduced the word count, without sacrificing content, from 100k words to 75k).  The plot is firm and the previously thin characters are now 50% less-thin!  It's a whole lot easier to read, though it still needs to go through a proper copy-editting process before it gets published proper.  It is still riddled with spealling mistaeks, but that's coz it's a beta and (if you haven't noticed) I'm crap at spelling.  

Oh, and it still ends on a cliff-hanger, at the end of the 2nd act.  The 3rd act contains new knowledge for a most Agile (and other) folk, but the beta stands on its own, without the third act.   And that's what's got me all conflicted:  the third act could easily be either the last act of this book or the first act of "Rolling More Rocks Downhill".   I'm wondering if I should practice what I preach ...

Here it is: amazon.co.uk and amazon.com.