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When it is appropriate. Your description of your motivation to do it does not seem compelling to me.


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To quote my high school biology teacher (and please understand, this was an all boys school and we all know what biology topics are of particular interest to a teenage boy. Excuse the crassness of the analogy), "Writing should be like a girl's skirt: Long enough to cover everything, short enough to keep it interesting." Since your book is on a scientific ...


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The simplest answer would be to try writing it like you're telling it to someone. You could use a "rubber duck" method to test it out: Place a rubber duck (or something similar) next to your computer or wherever you write, pretend it's a person, and try to explain the manuscript to it from your point of view. Make sure to insert your personal reactions/...


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