I want to write some tech books, about some topics which i think are made boring and complicated by existing books.
Engineering Drawing: I was always good at it, the existing books cover most of the things, but they explain things like a learn to draw exercise from a kids magazine
Only the third step is complicated as shit.
Also they don't refer outside the textbook world.
Turing Machines, symbolic logic: This is one place where philosophers and Mathematicians find a central point, there may be others also, but this is the one in my knowledge.
Turing machine is a theoretical machine which is completely efficient, how cool is that?
also predicate and prepositional logic is also interesting.
included in my book would be LOGICOMIX as recommended reading.
Logicomix is a graphic novel on a man who spent his life defining logic...
Also the tone of my books would be between a graphic novel and a book, also the writing would be more like The Feyman's Lectures on Physics.
Feyman is a very interesting series of lectures given in a very easy to put manner, interesting and a must have in your book collection, even if you don't have anything to do with physics.
So Prepare for some intense books, soon.