If my literary agent and publisher had their way: yes.
However, after finishing The Fabulous Flying Mrs Miller, I was burnt out. I'd essentially worked seven days a week for a dozen years. Additionally, Mrs Miller had spoilt me. I wanted an equally dramatic and well-documented story, but nothing jumped out at me.
Instead, I prepared more cruise ship enrichment talks as I could research and prepare a fascinating talk in a couple of months instead of the 12-24 months it took to craft a book.
In mid-2020, my publisher phoned to say that she had the perfect story for me. She sent me an article, I read it, and I phoned my literary agent to say "Let's go for it." Easiest contract I've ever received! However, just as the advance was about to change hands, I realised that there wasn't enough accessible information to write my style of story, so I pulled the plug on the contract.
In 2022, we discussed a WWII story I would love to write. However, I had spent the previous twelve months building the Writing Fabulous Family Histories online courses, so I had no time for a book contract. It's waiting for me if I'm ready. Maybe in a few years ...