Initially it won't be illustrated. Two reasons. The main one being I'm trying to write it for everyone, and a blind person cannot see. The second reason is that I want to make it into an audiobook. Yes, I would love to have it be illustrated, and in a physical hardcover format. Someday. I'd also like to be finished with it, again, someday. Writing a book about shaving is really quite easy. It's the "and make it interesting" that is the hard part. Normal people are not interested in the effects of hard vs soft water in lather production, and I've got a whole chapter marked out to be devoted to the subject. ...besides, if it is it's own chapter, then people can skip it. That's important too. Edit: the art style I would want to have is a 1930's-40's technical drawing style. There's probably a proper term for it. The late Charles Hayward was a master of this type of illustration. You also see it a lot in old manuals that came with razors. I could do it, with a camera and some photo editing software, and then a final polish in Photoshop, but I'm slow at that sort of thing. I'd rather have someone else do it. Preferably a real artist that physically draws stuff.