Randi's Prize is available to buy now in the UK (£8.99). For readers in the US and elsewhere I've been working on digital versions for iPad and Kindle, which will be ready quite soon.
You might like to check out the companion website - www.randisprize.net. It's a work in progress, but there's enough of it to be viable. There's excerpts of the book, which should give an idea of how I'm tackling the subject (you can also browse on the Amazon page).
The main idea is to provide a facility for readers to check out the research I mention. There are links to relevant sources, and some of the primary sources as well (the papers on Leonora Piper are particularly interesting). I'll blog about the book's progress, and reply to feedback, discuss queries, etc.
The site also showcases the catalogue of the Society for Psychical Research, which is well worth looking at and which I'll discuss in a post on the website shortly.
Feedback welcome. You may spot errors, or have ideas about links and material that could be included.
Clearly, running two separate blogs on the same subject is not ideal, but I'm going to have more time to write now, so I'll see how it goes.