At least in ebook formats, including epub, mobi, pdf, lrf, html and txt. Click here to see where they’re available.
The paperback is in the pipeline, but pandemic-related delays to trans-Tasman transport (try saying that three times quickly) mean it may be a while yet before you can purchase The Wound of Words in physical form.
But let us not repine; there are many people suffering many things worse, whether it be from Covid-19, a plague (or two) of locusts, or any of the other troubles sloshing around in this vale of tears.
So if you have cash in hand for a paperback and nothing at present to spend it on, consider putting it toward those whose need is at present greatest. I’ll wait.