You can get it from Amazon here, or directly from my publisher, eXcessica here. I get more money from the second link, but sales from Amazon bump up the book's rating and make it easier for new readers to find, so I don't mind where you get it from. Go to whoever suits you best.
Here are some 'inside-baseball' answers to a couple of questions I imagine people will have.
Why is it so expensive for a paperback book?
POD (Print on Demand), I'm afraid. This is the reality of being a quasi-independent author. Mass-market paperbacks have print runs in the thousands to keep the costs down (with the downside that the publisher ends up out of pocket if the book turns out to be a dud). I'm below that level, so the only way to produce paperback versions is as a speciality item with prices to match. On the flip side, independents can price their ebooks lower as they don't have to worry about cannibalising their print market.
Why did it take so freaking long to get the print version done?
The tl;dr version is my cover artist and I managed to get horribly mixed up on what was meant by bleed area on the cover template and mistakes were made... over and over.
The even shorter version - see those metallic embellishments on the corners of the book, don't do this on your book designs.
I'll go into the full sorry saga tomorrow as it might be of interest to other self-published (quasi or otherwise) writers looking to put out print versions of their books through CreateSpace.
But back to our regular scheduled content...
The print version of Succubus Summoning 201 is now out. Sorry for making you all wait so long. I hope you all enjoy it and find a place for it on your bookshelves. Although you might want to put it somewhere where innocent neighbours don't pick it up and flick through by accident. Or maybe you do... 😈