Curiosity is the pleasure principal of thought. Furthermore, it is the primary fuel to a book, which keeps the pages turning. A book is picked up out of curiosity, and cracked open out of curiosity, and entirely performed all out of single reader’s curiosity. Once you have familiarized the book, and sapped some of that curious glow, that desire to trudge ever deeper into its uncovery, can be uninteresting.
“You should never make a book for now. You should make a book with knowledge and as a reference for the future.”