Many of us feel we have at least one book inside us. It seems to be a human compulsion to consider getting into print in this way. For many people that book is a novel, for others it is a book about their life’s journey or that of someone close to them, and for others it is an academic book. There is much in common with whatever kind of book it is in terms of defining, planning, writing, managing and finishing, and then ensuring it is published and read, but we shall learn from several sorts of books how to go about writing a book that is, in the main, academic.
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