Improve Your Math Fluency

Improve Your Math Fluency

MATH FLUENCY

I wish to write some posts about math or science concepts, yet I wish to separate them from my self-publishing posts.

Therefore, I now have a new math blog at http://improveyourmathfluency.com.

Don’t worry: I will definitely keep this self-publishing blog active, and will continue to post about self-publishing topics, as usual.

If you have any interest in math, please consider checking out my new math blog.

Whereas I have 49,000 views and 3,000 followers (wow—thank you all very much for your support) at my self-publishing blog, I presently have 36 views, 1 follower (myself!), and 0 views at my math blog. (Don’t follow yourself? You should! That way, you can check out what your own posts look like in WordPress’s Reader. Very helpful.)

As you can see, my new math blog is feeling somewhat lonely. It would appreciate any form of a welcome at all.

But, if you’re not interested in math, I don’t expect you to run over there. 🙂 Hopefully, though, you’ll continue following my self-publishing blog right here.

It’s not quite a new math blog. I originally had it at Blogger, until Blogger’s reader was phased out.

My experience at WordPress has been amazing (thank you, everyone, for your hand in this), so it seemed quite natural to move my math blog over here.

By the way, artist Melissa Stevens designed the header for my math blog.

Chris McMullen

Index for A Detailed Guide to Self-Publishing, Volume 1

Index

By popular demand, I have made a comprehensive, 18-page index for Volume 1 of A Detailed Guide to Self-Publishing with Amazon and Other Online Booksellers. It’s available in PDF format and hosted on my Go Daddy website, www.chrismcmullen.com (verified and secured). Naturally, the PDF file of the index is free. It can also be found from my WordPress site by clicking the “Index for A Detailed Guide” button on the index at the top of the page or the sidebar to the right. This will take you to: https://chrismcmullen.wordpress.com/index-for-a-detailed-guide/.

Of course, the index is only relevant to the paperback edition. Anyone who has purchased this paperback without the index may find this PDF file useful.

In addition to adding the index, I’m also making a few minor revisions—like mentioning a few recent changes at CreateSpace and Amazon and correcting minor typos. (If you follow my blog, you’re already aware of these updates at CreateSpace and Amazon, as I’ve posted articles about them here.)

It will be another day or two before the revised edition is available for sale. There will be a note at the top of the description indicating when the new edition is available.

If anyone has a paperback edition without the index, and wishes they had the new edition with the updates and index (instead of just printing the PDF index), please contact me (via the Contact Me button, for example). I believe in customer satisfaction.

Chris McMullen, author of A Detailed Guide to Self-Publishing with Amazon and Other Online Booksellers, Vol. 1 (formatting/publishing) and Vol. 2 (packaging/marketing), Facebook page, Twitter

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