The Secrets of the Santa Muerte has arrived as a paperback with all the main distributors rather sooner than expected. Amazon UK started selling it over the weekend, admittedly with a shipping delay as the printers get their act together. Over in the USA the book is available with only a slight delay of one or two days. I suppose the Americans are just more on the ball when it comes to these things than we are.
The bookshops will have it as soon as the wholesalers' catalogues are updated, but why wait for the bricks and mortar brigade? Slap your order in with Amazon and let them sort the distribution and delivery out for you.
If you want the e-version then Amazon is the only game in town as I have given them exclusive rights to the download. The good news for you is that the Kindle version is not DRM encoded so, yeah, you can make a copy if you want. I would rather you didn't, but it's what I would do, and breaking an encoded file usually means I have to give up five minutes of my life that I will never get back, so why should you have to do that? Don't thank me, I'm just cuddly that way.
Al that aside, I still think that The Secrets of the Santa Muerte is one for the bookshelf and not the Kindle, so get you orders in with Amazon ASAP which is to say PDQ.