I'd agree with the Whartson Hall recommendation, especially if you want to hear things you'll likely never hear on any other podcast. If you're in the mood for something more mainstream, might I recommend the Labor of Love/Tomb of Haggemoth series, a D&D game which I still hold up as the perfect example of a good game even after all these years?
Unfortunately, being too broke to eat, I can't immediately check out and vote for your book. However, it does look interesting, going by that wonderful extract, and if I get any money in the near future, I'll certainly pick it up.
Well, there goes my enormous karma pool. Soon, once the magic finishes wearing off and you realize what an insufferable jerk I am, I fully expect to be the first guy on the forums in the red. Thanks a lot, HAL!
It's a good idea, though, and one I seriously wish more forums had. Being able to tell at the scroll of a mouse the kind of poster you're looking at if you're not familiar with them could be quite useful.