The Herodotus I (2009, 1st edition) volume has been discontinued and is no longer available in paperback. The book was the first in this series, and as I have mentioned in a number of emails, the focus of my attention at the time was singly on developing methods of collating vocabulary. The process, in other words, consumed all of my time and effort–as I expected that it would–and as a result proofreading suffered. I could not be happier about what I have learned from the experience, but the notes are not of the same quality as those in the subsequent commentaries. I am confident, however, that all of the volumes in this series have benefited from this initial effort, and I am very grateful for your support.
The .pdf version of this volume alone has been downloaded over 1600 times since I first made it available. Regrettably, no one has ever suggested corrections.
I still plan to publish the second edition by 20 August 2012, but I have chosen not to make the paperback edition available at Amazon.com until I have thoroughly proofread the grammatical commentary. This process may take 6 months or it may take 1 year, since I have a number of other commitments. If you or your class would like to receive free paperback copies of the 2nd edition in return for help in the editing process, please contact me. Thank you.