I signed up for expanded distribution of my newest book Suicide Med, which I've been reluctant to do because it meant I would have to increase the paperback price, but I'm not selling that many paperback copies anyway (Focusing mainly on Kindle), so I figured it was worth it. The price will probably come down again eventually as Amazon readjusts, but I don't know when that will happen. So if you've been postponing getting a paperback copy of the book, this is a good time to take a chance.
I haven't done as much to push this newest book, mainly because I haven't felt as confident about it. My first one was basically a fictionalized autobiography, sort of an extension of my blog, but Suicide Med is more difficult to characterize and involves a little bit more creativity. So it's hard for me to go around telling people to read it when I don't feel confident about it.