So if you want a copy before it sells out - I should be so lucky! - start shopping around for pre-order deals. Nick at North Star says he'll have copies before the official release date (no, I don't know how that works either), and the usual good bookshops and online retailers can taker your order too.
Added to this, Studio Tomahawk's Congo has just been released, so it's a good time for colonial wargamers. I've not played Congo yet but am excitedly awaiting my first game.
Here's the Osprey cover blurb for my book:
The Men Who Would Be Kings is a set of rules designed for fighting historical or Hollywood colonial battles in the mid to late 19th Century, from the Indian Mutiny to the Boxer Rebellion. Large scale colonial clashes tended to be one-sided affairs, but there are countless reports of brief, frantic skirmishes in every colonial war, where either side could be victorious, and these are the battles that The Men Who Would Be Kings seeks to recreate. Although focusing on the British colonial wars against the Zulus, Maoris and others, these rules will also permit players to explore the empires of France, Germany, and other nations, as well as allowing for battles between rival native factions. Gameplay is very simple, and is driven by the quality of the officers leading your units, in the true spirit of Victorian derring-do and adventure, where larger than life characters such as the (real) Fred Burnaby and the (fictional) Harry Flashman led their troops to a horrible end at the point of a spear tip.