Well, I’ve alluded to it a few times, so I might as well go ahead and say it.
I’m writing a mod_rewrite user handbook. I don’t have a title yet, but in my mind it’s called “mod_rewrite users handbook.” Clever title, hmm?
I’m writing for Apress, for a number of reasons. One, the editors there are *way* cool. Also, the editor that I’m working with is an author himself, as well as really seeming to know what sorts of questions people are asking in this arena. Also, other publishers that I asked about it didn’t really think that it was important enough to write a whole book about. Also, they questioned whether I could fill a whole book on this topic.
So, I’m about 3 chapters in, and hope to have something in print late this summer. I’m really quite excited about it, and I think it’s going to be a *great* book. Yeah, I know, that sounds a little conceited, but I feel very good about the book so far, and it just feels good.