At the risk of turning this blog into a series of shameless self-promotions (perhaps it is already too late), I should note that my textbook is now available on amazon.com!
I wasn’t paying close attention, because Amazon originally showed it as being released at the end of February, but it seems it got released in the middle of the month instead.
In what seems to be good news: even though it’s only been on the market for a short time, as of this writing Amazon has only one copy left in stock! The book is either selling well or they didn’t bother to stock any copies! (Also, how is it that there are already 2 “used” copies being sold — at $20 higher cost than a “new” one?)
P.S. For instructors out there who might be considering using the book in a class: there will be a solutions manual, which I am currently trying to finish! It’s taking some time to compile the solutions from old homeworks that I’ve used in class. Hopefully within the next month I’ll have the manual available through the Cambridge site.
Your shameless self-promotion is well-deserved. You are very accomplished and are just being recognized for your great work.
Love you. XOXO
Aw, I love you too, sweetie! 🙂
Congrats on the publication!
I imagine its kinda like ticket scalping for text-books. People find a book thats almost sold out on Amazon, buy it and then turn around and sell it used at a higher price.
That was more or less what I was imagining. I *guess* that’s a good sign, for me at least?