I could write a book on all the...
You should. Seriously. You've a unique perspective and experience. You've worn all the hats. From design to distribution. Programmer to publisher. You've managed all the aspects. And done many of the jobs. You've had a whole picture view as seen from the bottom up; and from the top down. You've learned stuff that people might want to know. Heck, you've already written one book. Write another, but do it in your own style (sans the coach). Speak it true as you feel it. Share the trials and tribulations. The joys and the successes. The shame, the pride; the method, the madness. And talk about the people of Stardock and the atmosphere of your shop. There's lots of material here.
Share some of what you've learned over the years. Talk about what Dereks brought. The spreadsheets, Team empowerment, structured schedule and refined organization etc. With all your postings about what happens in the sausage factory, you seem minded to share. The insider posts get alot of views. Seems that many of us are curious and might like to know more... in greater depth. I'd buy the book out of curiosity. Curious to learn more about Stardock and the people behind it. And curious as always, to learn more about project management and all that it entails. Though I don't make software, I see the potential to learn useful things that apply beyond your industry.
I'd like to read that book! As might many of those who are already bonafied Stardock fans... as might those who would like to learn something from your unique perspective etc. I don't really know squat about what other people want, but I do think that you'd find a surprising amount of readers Brad. I think it worthy of consideration from my humble point of view. Personally I'd like to read something of it now! But perhaps the time for publishing comes after E:FE is recognized as success. Then contrast the two as a case study, while spending a little time allowing fans and spectators alike, to get to know your shop a little better. Publicity works even if the book never makes a bestseller. Use the time now to recollect, document, and pre-draft the past. Then complete/strike once E:FE is judged a success!?