Looking for Math & Science Books for Kindle Unlimited

Math Science


I have published some math and science e-books which are available through Kindle Unlimited. In fact, all of my Kindle e-books can presently be borrowed for free through Kindle Unlimited.

But I’m looking for more books. I’d like to add a page to my website featuring math and science books on Kindle Unlimited, and not just my own books.

It seems like this may be helpful for Kindle Unlimited subscribers looking for math and science e-books they can borrow for free.

And it seems like it might provide a little exposure for authors of math and science books enrolled in KDP Select.

Are you an author of a math or science book that’s in Kindle Unlimited? If so, please leave a comment and include a link to your book (or at least provide the ASIN, or the title and author name, so that I can easily find it). Or you can use the Contact Me button on my blog if you prefer.

I’d love to hear from fellow math and science authors in Kindle Unlimited, and include information about your books on my website.

Write happy, be happy. 🙂

Chris McMullen

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Chris McMullen, Author of A Detailed Guide to Self-Publishing with Amazon and Other Online Booksellers

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