Hi everyone. For more than twenty years, I have studied and been interested in native plants, birds and pollinators. Instead of starting by writing a novel, I decided to first write a non-fiction book about this subject. I want to help people create an ecological and low-maintenance garden that will attract more birds, bees, butterflies and moths. And because we are in the middle of a pandemic, I thought it would help people release their stress and anxiety a little bit. My goal is to sell this book on Kindle or any other platforms and make some money with it. I have a lot of knowledge about the subject and where I live there are not much competition on this subject. A few days ago, I made some research on different books I have on the subject and made several lists of ideas. I will continue this research for a few days and then I will make a plan of what I am going to talk in each chapter. Once this will be done, I was thinking that I should just start and write one chapter after another until completed. What do you think? Is it the right way to do?