Author Archives: seescottwrite

About seescottwrite

I'm an author and an editor. I'm also a martial artist, and like to think of myself as a philosopher. I try to be a good husband.

Summer Woodworking Books

Several books that I had the recent pleasure of editing are now available – if you’re getting the itch to build something here are a few titles that might just be the instruction or inspiration you’ve been looking for to … Continue reading

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Handplane Essentials

Within a week or so the new edition of “Handplane Essentials” by Christopher Schwarz should be available. This book was such a pleasure to edit and I’m excited to see how it is received. Chris added a ton of new material to … Continue reading

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Building & Living Small

In addition to the woodworking books I edit, I occasionally get to work on something a little bit different. Last year I edited a book on building treehouses – and now I’m delving into the world of tiny houses. “Building Small” … Continue reading

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Contracting Your Home

The latest book I had the pleasure of editing is a new edition of “The Complete Guide to Contracting Your Home” by Kent Lester & Dave McGuerty. This book has been around for a while but we had the opportunity … Continue reading

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With Saw, Plane & Chisel

“With Saw, Plane & Chisel” is a great book for anyone interested in creating furniture by hand. Period furniture expert Zachary Dillinger walks you through six classic American furniture projects using hand-tool construction and period-accurate joinery methods. I learned a lot … Continue reading

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Woodworker’s Kitchen

The newest book I had the privilege of editing is A.J. Hamler’s “The Woodworker’s Kitchen.” It’s a fun book of woodworking projects for decking out your kitchen with handmade items—from small accents like vintage-looking recipe boxes and wooden utensils to larger … Continue reading

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2 New Books for Building Woodworking Skills

I’ve had my head down working on getting a couple of books off to the printer and haven’t had chance to post. I’ve finally come up for air and wanted to mention the two latest books I worked on that are … Continue reading

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