First, brief update on Ryder: yes on print and yes on audio. We will provide links to you when they are available.
Second, at this particular time, we do not provide signed books.
I have a question for you: what is it like to live in Maryland? Also, why is it that with all that land no houses have masters on the first floor?
Carolyn W. posted these really interesting links in the comments and I am bumping them up so you don’t miss them.
“Just because your question made me curious. These may or may not be of any help, but the checking was fun.
The origin of the Master Bedroom https://www.trelora.com/blog/2018/07/master-bedroom-origin/
Baltimore Government; “Architectural History” Explores the architectural history of Baltimore County. First published in 2005. https://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/Agencies/planning/historic_preservation/maps_and_research_links/historyofarchitecture.html
Colorado Builder, “First Floor Master Bedrooms, a trend with staying power.” Suggest that the first floor master bedroom evolved due to increased life expectancy and needs of an aging society.