A few years ago I left my last startup and almost immediately started writing a book of startup advice for founders, from my narrow set of experiences advising over 20 startups and building four.
Yesterday I picked it up again, and started weeding through what I've written since 2004. I'm working on it a few hours per day, and hope to have a draft by the end of the week.
Please let me know in the comments if there's anything specific you'd like to see in the book. I'm publishing it as a Kindle thang, possibly other formats, but I'm a Kindle fanboy.
The book will be a collection of advice for building, running, funding, and managing startups. But there will be a special emphasis on decision-making challenges: frequently the right path is unclear, so you try, fail, refine, try again, etc, etc, and hopefully survive the failures.
The best way to let me know if this interests you is to buy the book :), which will be $20,000 per copy (haven't market-tested that yet so it could change).