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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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Building Bookcases

I love books (I guess that’s kind of obvious, given my chosen profession). But beyond just loving books, I love the lifestyle that goes hand in hand with being a bibliophile: books in every room; books doubling as home decor; … Continue reading

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Go build a treehouse…

One of most fun books I’ve edited lately is Django Kroner’s The Perfect Treehouse: From Site Selection to Design & Construction. Django knows his stuff—he runs the Canopy Crew, a Cincinnati-based treehouse and tree care company. He builds rental treehouses in … Continue reading

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Woodworking Books

A few books I edited have been released recently and I realized I’m overdue for posting something about these projects. All of them have been fun and interesting to work on and I’ve been learning a bit about the craft … Continue reading

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Build It With Dad

I recently had the pleasure of editing A.J. Hamler’s new book Build It with Dad: Woodworking Fun for the Whole Family. Full disclosure, I’m not wild about the gender specific title and neither was the author (that was a marketing … Continue reading

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Transitions and Some New Books

Over the past few months I’ve been transitioning to a new editorial role. I’ve taken on the book editor job for Popular Woodworking Books. Here’s a post I wrote about that on the PW editor’s blog that talks a bit about that … Continue reading

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Cool Book About Beer Label Design

Cool Beer Labels: The Best Art & Design From Breweries Around the World is now available everywhere. This fun book by Daniel Bellon and Steven Speeg (that I had the pleasure of editing) explores the relationship between the beer industry … Continue reading

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