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Yes. It has finally happened! The book arrived yesterday. It's beautiful! The cover is striking with great colors, the layout and design clear and readable, and the content, well, the content was two years in the making, and you'll be the judge of that!

The Locum Life: A Physician's Guide to Locum Tenens is available for purchase directly from the publisher (see link on this website on the Home page). It will appear on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other booksellers in the coming weeks.

For a limited time, if you purchase directly from the publisher with the provided link, there is a 15% discount.

An Ebook (Kindle and others) will also be available soon. There's also a hardcover version in the works.

It's gratifying to finally see the book in print!

Who would have thought that such an unassuming little book would take so much effort to create? But if it helps one physician better navigate the world of locum tenens, it will have been worth it!

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