Here’s the thing- what makes you qualified to write a book on every aircraft and aspect of Infinite Flight? That’s what we have our real world pilots and tutorials for. People here are more than welcome enough to ask them questions. HD knows the physics of the 777 like no other; Jared for the A320, Mark for the oodles of planes he’s flown in the past, etc.
FDS hired their appropriate staff and consultation for a reason. Why should you be the one to stand in for the team? Let them do their jobs and push out the correct information as necessary. This has the potential to spread falsehoods about the workings of the planes and features in the sim.
Before you start tripping out there with a book, you need to think of the long term implications. What’s stopping you from getting a cease and desist order if this is an attempt to saturate the market as an “official” FDS guide? Costs of production? Mass marketing? Bookstore distribution? iBook fees? This has the potential of going south very quickly.
Gotta be a realist. And FYI, speaking from prior experience, people here hate reading long books. There’s a reason why video tutorials are very popular.