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Chris McMullen

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I'm a physics instructor and self-published writer. My writing includes visual books on the fourth dimension, math workbooks, golf and chess log books, books on self-publishing, and puzzle books. Originally from one L.A. (Los Angeles), I now live in another L.A. (Louisiana). I have a Ph.D. in phenomenological high-energy physics, I am a passionate teacher and nonfiction writer, and I enjoy golf, Scrabble, and chess.

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Chris McMullen Yes. Volume 2 of my detailed guide to self-publishing is predominantly about marketing. One large chapter is strictly devoted to marketing, while most…moreYes. Volume 2 of my detailed guide to self-publishing is predominantly about marketing. One large chapter is strictly devoted to marketing, while most of the others also relate to marketing. The ISBN for volume 2 is 1484037243, and you can find its Goodreads page here:

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Chris McMullen I haven't followed much nuclear physics. I'm instead fascinated by the similar field of particle physics, such as the data collected by the Large…moreI haven't followed much nuclear physics. I'm instead fascinated by the similar field of particle physics, such as the data collected by the Large Hadron Collider. Both fields involve scattering events, but it's particle physics that has my attention.

Good luck with your marketing. When it's slow, I usually wrap myself in writing a new book, trying not to look at marketing results for a while. The hope that the next book will be successful pulls me through slow periods.(less)
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For May, 2019, the KENP per-page rate for pages read through Kindle Unlimited was $0.00466.

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The Global fund was $24.1 in April and $24.0 million in March.

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50 Challenging Algebra Problems by Chris McMullen
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If you need a refresher on the basics of algebra (prep for SAT, GRE, etc) not a bad place to start. Straightforward examples and how to solve without getting into the weeds."
50 Challenging Algebra Problems by Chris McMullen
"This is a great book for either developing good conceptual understanding and technical problem-solving skills or maintaining them. The problems are a good selection of both straightforward equations/inequalities/systems of equations, or word probl..." Read more of this review »
Pyramid Math Puzzle Challenge by Chris McMullen
"The great thing about math and numbers is they are black and white. There is no ambiguity, it either works or it doesn’t. Pyramid Math Puzzle Challenge is tons of fun with a great mix of thought provoking tests for your brain that gets more diffic..." Read more of this review »
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“The angular momentum of a planet in its orbit around the sun is L = mvr where L is the angular momentum, m is the mass of planet, v is the instantaneous speed of planet, and r is the instantaneous distance from the sun to the planet.”
Chris McMullen, An Introduction to Basic Astronomy Concepts

“A star that appears blue is hotter, while a star that appears red is cooler. This is because the temperature of the star is related to its wavelength through Wien’s law, which says that temperature times wavelength is a constant. Higher temperature means shorter wavelength and lower temperature means longer wavelength. Red light has a longer wavelength than blue light, so blue stars are hotter and red stars are cooler.”
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Chris McMullen, Understand Basic Chemistry Concepts: The Periodic Table, Chemical Bonds, Naming Compounds, Balancing Equations, and More

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