The former midfielder was a key part of the Light Blues team of the 1970s and was in the side when it won the European Cup Winners Cup in Barcelona against Moscow Dynamo.
That was one of 12 major honours the 64-year-old won during his stay with Gers between 1968 and 1980.
Although he also played with St Johnstone and Hearts and later managed both the Jambos and Airdrie, MacDonald is famed for his affinity with the 54-time Scottish champions.
He grew up in Glasgow supporting them and in his book, he reflects on a life-long love affair with football.
MacDonald said: “I’d never really thought about writing a book before but I was convinced it was a good idea.
“The journalist Brian Scott has put it together and it has been a nice thing to do because it allowed me to thank a few people for what they did for me in my career.
“There were a lot of people who were involved in football but then I never saw them again so it was good to be able to show my gratitude to them. I apologise if there’s anyone I missed.
“I’ve never really read any football books so I can’t really compare it to any others but I’d like to think my own story is worth reading.”
‘Doddie’ is published by Black & White Publishing and will be available in hardback priced £14.99 from the Rangers Megastore at Ibrox Stadium.