I do not think this is the way to go about it. I am a writer, so I understand needing a muse... Writing about everything you try, even when it doesn't work, isn't going to make an effective book.
Seriously, SFNiner has the exact thought I did when I read your post.
Journal your journey, and then see if you have something to write about when you're done. You cannot write an effective book about weight loss (in any context) if you haven't completed the journey. And, she's right about maintenance. You must be able to show that it's possible to not only lose weight - just about everyone can do that - but to show that it's possible to change the way you think about food, weight loss, health, before you can write a book anyone will want to read.
Last edited by leannekarella; 03-05-2013 at 02:05 AM.