Today is the official publication date of my first book The Golden Ticket: P, NP and the Search for the Impossible by Princeton University Press, though the book has been available on Amazon and in some bookstores for a couple of weeks now. This book takes a non-technical tour of our favorite open question through a series of stories and examples, covering P, NP, NP-complete, the "beautiful world" if P = NP, and how to deal with hard problems since we surely don't live in that world and a bit of history, cryptography and quantum. How "non-technical": I never actually define P and NP and avoid formulas and terminology except as needed to describe circuits and Cook's theorem.
I spent three years on this book project, building on my CACM survey. Thanks to all of you readers for your support, your suggestions for maps (some of which I used), titles and epigraphs (none of which I used).
You can keep up with all the happenings of the book on its own twitter and website.The Golden Ticket has already received some nice reviews. You can also check out an article I wrote for the Daily Dot and podcasts interview at Wild About Math and the New Books Network. There are Japanese and Chinese translations in the works.
Hope you enjoy the book, recommend it all all your friends and help preach the gospel of P v NP.