A quick thought. Self-publishing is a great option imho.
If financing is an issue, please consider 'promisory notes'.

A fantastic and totally viable option. All the best


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Date: Sat, 23 Nov 2019 17:50:52 +0100
From: Schulung <schulung@ModernesCpp.de>
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Subject: Re: [SG20] I've been asked to write a book
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On 23.11.19 15:45, Guy Cpp via SG20 wrote:

Currently, my approach is to develop a table of contents, pitch to
publishers, and write some prose. It's with the first part that I
would most appreciate assistance.


If you are not sure what about the content, you can do it the other way
around.

Go for self-publishing. Involve potential readers and proofreaders early
in your book writing process and adapt the book to your reader's needs.
For example, I published my last book, although it was only 20 %
completed. Doing self-publishing also allows you to change the book even
if it is already published. With self-publishing, existing readers get
an update if you update your book.

I'm with Balog. Addressing learning programming, learning C++, and
learning game development seems for me too promising. Your book should
have one focus. Maybe, you can develop a game and as you go, introduce
C++ as your tool to achieve this task.


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