Assuming no glitches get in the way during the Kindle review process. The paperback edition will take a few more days.
One of you has an e-reader that uses ePub format (the Nook, I think)? Please contact me so that I can use you as a guinea pig. It may be a few days before I can figure out how to use Calibre to do this.
Actually, it looks like Calibre really isn't the right tool. Or maybe I just didn't try the right options. Still trying.
UPDATE: Yes, Calibre does the conversion pretty darn well from MOBI format (what Mobipocket Creator outputs on the way to Kindle format) to ePub. I still have some problems with fonts changing at the beginning, but that's what Sigil, a WYSIWYG ebook editor is supposed to do.
UPDATE 2: Interesting. A reader recommended Adobe's Digital Editions program to verify the ePub format--and sure enough--it seems to read Calibre's ePub output just fine. It may be that Calibre's viewer isn't completely healthy.
Now, if someone has a genuine Nook that I can send the ePub format to....
UPDATE 3: Very cool. I just used Calibre to convert my wife's book Running From Your Nineveh to ePub format, and Digital Editions seems to think it is fine.
UPDATE 4: My Brother Ron should be available for the Nook on Barnes & Noble's website within 72 hours.
UPDATE 5: Weird. My Brother Ron showed up on Amazon in Kindle format--but with no price, and a typo in the description. I fixed the description, and resubmitted.