And on a completely different subject, it's amazing how many typos there are in product descriptions. I'm not immune to it myself (and it's always remarkable how obvious they are when reading something again a week or more later), but it seems to me when you're charging $10 for a product, you could at least proofread your description.
HighFell: The Drifting Dungeon - From the author of Barrowmaze (which I thought was pretty meh, to be honest) comes this new megadungeon. 246 pages plus maps, $35
OSR Solo - Rules for running games without a GM. 8 pages, $1.99 and apparently the whole thing is available as a preview (which is what I do for my stuff, but I don't really charge for it, so nice of this guy.)
Robots: A New Character Class - From Sharp Mountain Games comes this racial class for B/X and LL. 14 pages, $1
CAL2 Calidar on Wings of Darkness - From Bruce Heard comes this Calidar gazetteer about that world's version of a magocracy (seems more like Glantri than Alphatia), with the added complication there it's also full of demons (which B/X and BECMI didn't really have). $8.50 and 132 pages.
PG2: A Player's Guid to Caldwen - Small guide for above meant for players. $2.99 and 20 pages
Friday Enhanced Map 7-5-19 - Underground dungeon with caves. $1