Finally, a physical copy of my book!

Yesterday I was delighted to finally receive an advance copy of my book Pollinators & Pollination: Nature and Society! It’s been over three years in the writing and production, much longer than I had anticipated. But, as I describe in its pages, the book is the culmination of >50 years of experience, study and research. So perhaps three years isn’t so bad…

If you’re interested in buying a copy you can order it direct from Pelagic Publishing and from most of the large online booksellers. Let me know what you think.

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10 responses to “Finally, a physical copy of my book!

  1. Will it make it for christmas as i ordered online pre publishing, really looking forward to it.

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  2. Renate Wesselingh

    I’m looking forward to receiving my pre-ordered copy. Over 50 years of experience, that makes you sound very old, but I just realised that I too was probably wielding my granddad’s binoculars (I still use them) around the age of 5-6… Never too young (or too old) to be a naturalist!

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  3. Congratulations to you on the publication of your book entitled “Pollinators & Pollination: Nature and Society”!

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  4. Many congratulations Jeff – I’m sure it will be invaluable to many – both professional and those who have a general educative interest. All the very best – stay safe and enjoy having your book in your hands … Hilary

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  5. Murtagh's Meadow

    Congratulations

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