What I would like to see Jay write is a more general book on conspiratorial thinking. Covering the observations on how conspiracist present themselves publicly, the way that this thinking is evident in various writings, and how to debunk it. Perhaps even more importantly, how to avoid believing them when one doesn’t know the topic. It is more broad in scope than just the moon hoax but it might also have a bigger audience.
I’m sure a book like that would be hard to get published for someone without an academic affiliation, which tend to give some marketing credibility even if not always deserved. If there is a publisher willing to print it, such a book could make a great contribution to furthering critical thinking skills. Given Jay's excellent writing skills, such a book could be very interesting to people at many differing education levels.
For those who wish to maintain an illusion, ignorance is the best source of knowledge.
People like Dr. Michael Shermer are far more qualified than I to write on the general topic of conspiracism. I bring to the table my knowledge of engineering, photography, lighting, and photographic analysis -- things Dr. Shermer doesn't have.
I have a first draft of an outline for the book and one chapter. With that I plan to shop for publishers. However, I'm doing a non-work design project right now, so my spare time is limited for a few months.