James Luetkehoelter has announced his book on SQL Server Disaster Recovery is complete. It is published by aPress and due out in March, according to the aPress site.
I will try and grab a copy as soon as I can convince the wife it's a book I need. James indicates in his post that the book is intended to be somewhat controversial and a little off the beaten path. My attitude towards disaster recovery is pretty simple: if you've got a better method for me to get systems back on-line faster than my current methods, I'm all ears. Who cares about controversy? Time is money to most organizations. So I'm looking forward to getting my grubby little hands on this book.