I want you to write an ebook that will mimic "Fantasy Football For Dummies." This book will be for beginners and it should be written so that a beginner will understand it and learn from it. The actual title for the ebook will be "Fantasy Football Quickstart Secrets For Rookies."
You can use Fantasy Football for Dummies or some other fantasy football book as a guide. I want the book to be mostly definitional and just explaining the basics. This book will actually be used as a bonus to another book that will have advanced secrets and strategies. So I do not want any of the strategies explained in this book. In fact, I really do not want this book to exceed 20-25 pages.
I do not want this book to turn into a great piece of literature. In fact I really want it to be short and sweet so that I can keep my costs down.
However, I do want the book to answer certain questions and give the explanations for specific areas. Those include(and do not make the book in this order, I am just listing the ideas off the top of my head):
-A basic description of what all the important football positions do. Like what a QB or receiver does when they play football.
-What is Fantasy Football?
-How do you win?
-How are points Scored? (show an example of a commont scoring system, like how points are awarded)
-How does the Draft work? Go over the various types of drafts, explain that the draft is important and that there are various drafting strategies, but dont fully explain them.
-What are the different types of leagues and rules and how do they work? Online or offline?
-How do I find the league that is best for me?
-Why is it important to prepare for the draft? General sources of information for research, i.e. websites, newspapers, magazines
-The main things to focus on when preparing for draft: league requirements, roster requirements, size of league, scoring loopholes, basic purpose of cheat sheets, drafting online or offline, and basic purpose of mock drafts.
-Then explain why it is important to scout and rank the players in each position, but do not actually explain the scouting and ranking strategies.
-The basics of determining starters for each week
-The basics of how the waiver wire works
-The basics of how trades work
-The basics of preparing for playoffs and championship
That is pretty much it for this book. I am fairly flexible and try to be very decent to deal with. And I am looking for someone who is interested in doing a lot of future work as well.