Alright. Here we go:
1) You are correct. You are now at JamesSickels.com. I thought it egotistical to name a website after myself too, but it seems to be the easiest way to tell other people about my little space here. It's also commonplace for real authors to do so - so what the hell?
2) You may notice a "Bio" page up top there. That's just a little something about me that you may or may not know. I thought it'd add another layer of depth to the relatively stale page here, so have at it. I had to have a friend write it up for me because I simply can't talk about myself and be comfortable with it. Thank you to my editorial consultant, Kim.
3) The Seventh Horn has received an update to version 2 on B&N.com and Amazon.com. Minor grammatical errors and spelling errors were resolved along with a few tiny add-ons here and there. Notably, the language was toned down a bit to allow for a bit wider range of audience. If you purchased it already, you should be able to download it again for free to receive those changes. Sincerest apologies for the mishap.
4) The Seventh Horn is is being processed for self-published paperback edition, ISBN and all. It's being produced through a company called CreateSpace which falls under its parent company of Amazon.com. I'm not sure of all the logistics, but I believe you will be able to purchase it outright and have it shipped to you right from the website when the time comes. If I recall, the price will end up being something like $6.00-7.00 + shipping, but don't quote me on that. In all likelihood, I will be ordering an amount for distribution to you lucky people which will end up being much cheaper than that. My copies will be signed to boot (ooh, ahh. I know.)
5) In light of the strange increase in traffic to the site and the random friend requests I've been receiving, I've decided to make an Author Page on Facebook. You can see the shortcut button over on the right-hand side. Click it and join the few other people who think I'm just swell. New posts and updates will end up there, while my personal stuff will end up - good guess - on my personal page. Again, it feels narcissistic of me, but anyone who knows me knows that's not the case.