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Re: Are woodworking books obsolete?

Norman (Ottawa, Ont.)
A thought-provoking subject. Having read about the demise of print books and then a resurgence of the same books, I'm not quite certain they are dead. Dead or replaced with YouTube, etc.? Not sure where this is headed.

So I'm bucking the trend and am imminently releasing another book that centers around working with wood. These are books more so about the "journey" rather than woodworking techniques. "Inspirational" is another term I like to use to describe the books. So I am hoping this latest book and the previous one gain traction due to this. Not quite something to be found in YouTube videos.

Norman

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