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I am wanting to write a book on my personal exprience in the workplace, where do I find
legal guidelines as it relates to the publishing
of information that may affect ones current
employer and also where would I find a guideline
as to how to layout my book Chapters?

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Dear Gary,
Thanks for your question. There's a good book called the Writers Legal Companion. Click here to see it at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/073820031X/steamboatshop
In general, I would say that if your book is going to be critical, you should be careful.
I would say that for the first draft (nobody's going to see but you) just let it rip. Say everything you need to say to get the story out of your heart and head onto paper.
Later, you can edit and make it more discreet.
As far as laying it out, if you want to write it as a story, check out the Fiction Writers Workshop at my site:
http://steamboats.com/writing.html
If you want to do it as a non-fiction, documentary type book, I highly recommend the book, Writing the Natural Way, listed on that page.
I hope this helps.
Sincerely,
Nori

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