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Must You Go? My Life with Harold Pinter

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Must You Go? My Life with Harold Pinter By Antonia Fraser
Publisher: Na.n A. Ta.le.se 2010 | 336 Pages | ISBN: 0385532504 | EPUB | 12 MB

Must You Go? My Life with Harold Pinter
Fraser is a highly regarded British biographer, and the late Harold Pinter, her husband, was a Nobel-winning British playwright. So, the circle they generally traveled in was made up of not only fellow writers but also, because of their individual and combined celebrity, fellow celebrities. Fraser's latest book is both joyous and sad. The former because she shares diary entries concerning her relationship with Pinter (they lived together from August 1975 until Christmas 2008), and it was obviously a stimulating love-match. And sad because the book ends when it does because of Pinter's death from cancer; his struggle with the disease had been years-long. As expected, given their fame and the fame of their associates, lots of name-dropping goes on here. This is not, of course, the story of two starving artists trying to scratch together a living in some cold-water flat. But privileged as they were, they nevertheless experienced the normal highs and lows together, and the result is a poignant read. Serious readers will generate demand for this title, and they will respond with gratitude to Fraser's intimacy.
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The Bread Exchange Tales and Recipes from a Journey of Baking and Bartering

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The Bread Exchange Tales and Recipes from a Journey of Baking and Bartering
2014 | ISBN: 1452119627 | English | 240 pages | EPUB, PDF | 111 MB
An ode to a life warmly lived, The Bread Exchange tells the story of one woman's hunger for greater meaning in her life and how it has been enriched by the sharing of her handmade bread. From her cozy kitchen in Berlin to a flat in London, from a deck in New York City to huddling around a tandoor in Kabul, the author shares discoveries, stories, and recipes from her inspiring travels. A busy fashion-industry professional with a bread-baking obsession, Malin Elmlid started offering her loaves to others in return for recipes, handmade goods, and, above all, special experiences that come from giving generously of yourself. Here is a book of tales and reflections, of wanderlust connections, and more than 50 recipes for Malin's naturally leavened breads and other delicious things collected on a journey honoring the staff and the stuff of life.

The Bread Exchange Tales and Recipes from a Journey of Baking and Bartering

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Shoot Your Novel: Cinematic Techniques to Supercharge Your Writing

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C. S. Lakin, "Shoot Your Novel: Cinematic Techniques to Supercharge Your Writing"
English | ISBN: 099138945X | 2014 | 182 pages | EPUB | 0.2 MB

Shoot Your Novel: Cinematic Techniques to Supercharge Your Writing
Want to write a visually powerful novel? Shoot Your Novel takes an in-depth look at cinematic technique for fiction writers. No other writing craft book teaches you the secret of how to "show, don't tell."
Best-selling authors of every genre know the secret to hooking readers-by showing, not telling, their story. But writers are not taught how to "show" scenes in a cinematic way. Without a clear, concise, and precise method for constructing dynamic scenes, a writer will likely end up with a flat, lifeless novel.

Filmmakers, screenwriters, and movie directors utilize cinematic technique to create visual masterpieces, and novelists can too-by adapting their methods in their fiction writing.

By "shooting" your novel, you can supercharge your story!

Sol Stein, in his book Stein on Writing said, "Readers, transformed by film and TV, are used to seeing stories. The reading experience . . . is increasingly visual." Novelists today-regardless of genre-need to learn how to write cinematically because that's what readers want!

Inside, you'll learn:

The real secret to "show, don't tell" and how it's all about "the moment"
More than a dozen "camera shots" novelists can borrow from screenwriters and directors to create powerful, active scenes
Instruction on how to piece camera shots together to create cinematic scene segments
Examples from novels and screenplays showcasing each facet of cinematic technique
How to devise a thematic image system of key shots, motifs, and images
Ways to use colors, shapes, sounds, and angles for purposeful subliminal effect
Shooting your novel with a filmmaker's eye will transform your good novel into a great one and will change forever the way you approach constructing your scenes. No other book gives you such deep, thorough instruction in cinematic technique for fiction writing.

Here's what some best writing instructors and best-selling authors have to say about this essential writing craft book:

"With such an extensive amount of experience in the screenwriting and filmmaking process (since childhood), it comes as no surprise that C. S .Lakin writes with a trustworthy authority and wealth of insight when it comes to the craft of building dynamic scenes within novels. The pace and flow of Shoot Your Novel makes it easy to follow and the various tips and pointers strewn throughout are succinct. Of particular note is the smart curation of novel excerpts, authors, and filmmakers she cites as examples for the tips she suggests. If you have trouble understanding some of the pointers/tips theoretically, the excerpts always make it more clear.

Having myself adapted The War of the Roses for both film and stage, I can say that I have actually used quite a few of the techniques Lakin discusses and the one I like the most is the use of portraying "daydreaming" when writing from the POV of a character, effectively blending past, present, and future in one single scene-there is a lot of this going on in The War of the Roses and it is one of the aspects of the story flow that has made the rendering of the character a success. Well worth the read!" -Warren Adler, best-selling author of The War of the Roses and Random Hearts

"With Shoot Your Novel, Susanne Lakin does something wonderful and unique. While lots of us in the business of helping writers and storytellers recommend adding vivid images to scenes, Lakin goes much further to reveal how employing the tools and techniques of movie directing, editing and cinematography will give your fiction deeper meaning and greater emotional impact. Her book is an essential tool for any serious novelist." -Michael Hauge, Hollywood screenwriting coach, author of Writing Screenplays That Sell
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Shoot Your Novel: Cinematic Techniques to Supercharge Your Writing

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C. S. Lakin, "Shoot Your Novel: Cinematic Techniques to Supercharge Your Writing"
English | ISBN: 099138945X | 2014 | 182 pages | EPUB | 0.2 MB

Shoot Your Novel: Cinematic Techniques to Supercharge Your Writing
Want to write a visually powerful novel? Shoot Your Novel takes an in-depth look at cinematic technique for fiction writers. No other writing craft book teaches you the secret of how to "show, don't tell."
Best-selling authors of every genre know the secret to hooking readers-by showing, not telling, their story. But writers are not taught how to "show" scenes in a cinematic way. Without a clear, concise, and precise method for constructing dynamic scenes, a writer will likely end up with a flat, lifeless novel.

Filmmakers, screenwriters, and movie directors utilize cinematic technique to create visual masterpieces, and novelists can too-by adapting their methods in their fiction writing.

By "shooting" your novel, you can supercharge your story!

Sol Stein, in his book Stein on Writing said, "Readers, transformed by film and TV, are used to seeing stories. The reading experience . . . is increasingly visual." Novelists today-regardless of genre-need to learn how to write cinematically because that's what readers want!

Inside, you'll learn:

The real secret to "show, don't tell" and how it's all about "the moment"
More than a dozen "camera shots" novelists can borrow from screenwriters and directors to create powerful, active scenes
Instruction on how to piece camera shots together to create cinematic scene segments
Examples from novels and screenplays showcasing each facet of cinematic technique
How to devise a thematic image system of key shots, motifs, and images
Ways to use colors, shapes, sounds, and angles for purposeful subliminal effect
Shooting your novel with a filmmaker's eye will transform your good novel into a great one and will change forever the way you approach constructing your scenes. No other book gives you such deep, thorough instruction in cinematic technique for fiction writing.

Here's what some best writing instructors and best-selling authors have to say about this essential writing craft book:

"With such an extensive amount of experience in the screenwriting and filmmaking process (since childhood), it comes as no surprise that C. S .Lakin writes with a trustworthy authority and wealth of insight when it comes to the craft of building dynamic scenes within novels. The pace and flow of Shoot Your Novel makes it easy to follow and the various tips and pointers strewn throughout are succinct. Of particular note is the smart curation of novel excerpts, authors, and filmmakers she cites as examples for the tips she suggests. If you have trouble understanding some of the pointers/tips theoretically, the excerpts always make it more clear.

Having myself adapted The War of the Roses for both film and stage, I can say that I have actually used quite a few of the techniques Lakin discusses and the one I like the most is the use of portraying "daydreaming" when writing from the POV of a character, effectively blending past, present, and future in one single scene-there is a lot of this going on in The War of the Roses and it is one of the aspects of the story flow that has made the rendering of the character a success. Well worth the read!" -Warren Adler, best-selling author of The War of the Roses and Random Hearts

"With Shoot Your Novel, Susanne Lakin does something wonderful and unique. While lots of us in the business of helping writers and storytellers recommend adding vivid images to scenes, Lakin goes much further to reveal how employing the tools and techniques of movie directing, editing and cinematography will give your fiction deeper meaning and greater emotional impact. Her book is an essential tool for any serious novelist." -Michael Hauge, Hollywood screenwriting coach, author of Writing Screenplays That Sell
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Creating Flat Design Websites

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Creating Flat Design Websites By Antonio Pratas
2014 | 112 Pages | ISBN: 1783980044 | EPUB, MOBI, PDF | 7 MB + 10 MB + 4 MB

Creating Flat Design Websites
Design and develop your own flat design websites in HTML with this book and ebook
Overview
Learn what flat design is and how you can create your own flat design projects
Discover how to create flat designs without losing any functionality or ease of use.
Learn how to develop your HTML website using frameworks to save time.
Utilize Designmodo's Flat UI kit and create one of your own.

In Detail
Flat design is a simple yet visually appealing and increasingly popular style, particularly good for people just starting to develop their own websites. This book helps you to create a simple and good looking product in the flat design style.
Creating Flat Design Websites will cover the origins of flat design, its principles as a visual style, and how to start designing right away, always making sure that the interface designed doesn't suffer from usability problems. Learn to design and develop your flat website with external frameworks to save time and money in your project. The book also provides you with tips to avoid the usability mistakes that commonly accompany this style due to its simple look and elements, as well as how to start developing the look of your website in HTML and CSS. Finally, you will learn how you can create your own Flat UI kit to suit your needs.
What you will learn from this book
Get to grips with flat design and how you can create your own flat design projects
Discover how to create flat designs without losing any functionality or ease of use
Develop your HTML website using frameworks to save time
Plan and organize your website sections and content
Design the layout for a flat design website
Understand common flat design usability mistakes and how to avoid them
Use Designmodo Flat UI kit to enhance your flat design websites
Create your own Flat UI kit for future projects
Approach
This book contains practical, step-by-step tutorials along with plenty of explanation about designing your flat website. Each section is introduced sequentially, building up your web design skills and completing your website.
Who this book is written for
Whether you are starting on your journey in web development or you are a seasoned developer keen to develop in flat then this book is for you.
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ShopNotes Woodworking Workshop Books Collection

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English | PDF | E-book Collection | All in One | 2.23 GB

ShopNotes Woodworking Workshop Books Collection
List

ShopNotes Collection 01

ShopNotes Contents Issues 01 to 24.pdf
ShopNotes Contents Issues 25 to 48.pdf
ShopNotes Contents Issues 49 to 72.pdf
ShopNotes Index [Vol. 1 – Vol. 82] & Synopsis.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 02

ShopNotes #01 (Vol. 01) – Shop Built Router Table.pdf
ShopNotes #02 (Vol. 01) – Wooden Joiner's Mallet.pdf
ShopNotes #03 (Vol. 01) – Handy Tool Carry-All.pdf
ShopNotes #04 (Vol. 01) – Shop Built Panel Saw.pdf
ShopNotes #05 (Vol. 01) – Turned Tool Handles.pdf
ShopNotes #06 (Vol. 01) – Table Saw Tenoning Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #07 (Vol. 02) – Shop Built Work Bench.pdf
ShopNotes #08 (Vol. 02) – Box Joint Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #09 (Vol. 02) – Roll-around Planer Stand.pdf
ShopNotes #10 (Vol. 02) – Heavy Duty Lathe Stand.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 03

ShopNotes #11 (Vol. 02) – Power Miter Saw Station.pdf
ShopNotes #12 (Vol. 02) – Shop Built Disk Sander.pdf
ShopNotes #13 (Vol. 03) – Build Your Own Dust Collector.pdf
ShopNotes #14 (Vol. 03) – Fold Down Work Center.pdf
ShopNotes #18 (Vol. 03) – Drill Press Table And Fence.pdf
ShopNotes #15 (Vol. 03) – Sliding Table.pdf
ShopNotes #16 (Vol. 03) – Customize Your Radial Arm Saw.pdf
ShopNotes #17 (Vol. 03) – Easy To Build Sawhorse.pdf
ShopNotes #19 (Vol. 04) – Modular Clamp Storage System.pdf
ShopNotes #20 (Vol. 04) – Outfeed Table.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 04

ShopNotes #21 (Vol. 04) – Router Thicknessing Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #22 (Vol. 04) – Wall Mounted Tool Cabinet.pdf
ShopNotes #23 (Vol. 04) – Saber Saw Table.pdf
ShopNotes #24 (Vol. 04) – Heavy-Duty Workbench.pdf
ShopNotes #25 (Vol. 05) – Special Table Saw Issue.pdf
ShopNotes #26 (Vol. 05) – Cordless Driver.Drills.pdf
ShopNotes #27 (Vol. 05) – Sliding Cutoff Table.pdf
ShopNotes #28 (Vol. 05) – Precision Drilling Guide.pdf
ShopNotes #29 (Vol. 05) – Craftsman Tool Chest, Rolling Tool Cabinet.pdf
ShopNotes #30 (Vol. 05) – Small Workbench.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 05

ShopNotes #31 (Vol. 06) – Low Speed Grinding Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #32 (Vol. 06) – Plate Joiner Table.pdf
ShopNotes #33 (Vol. 06) – Bench Top Plate Joiner Table.pdf
ShopNotes #34 (Vol. 06) – Bent Lamination.pdf
ShopNotes #35 (Vol. 06) – Tool Station.pdf
ShopNotes #36 (Vol. 06) – Miter Trimmer.pdf
ShopNotes #37 (Vol. 07) – Shop Built Edge Sander.pdf
ShopNotes #38 (Vol. 07) – Ring Boxes.pdf
ShopNotes #39 (Vol. 07) – Modular Wall Storage .pdf
ShopNotes #40 (Vol. 07) – Vacuum Clamping System.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 06

ShopNotes #41 (Vol. 07) – Fold-Down Drafting Table.pdf
ShopNotes #42 (Vol. 07) – Stacking Sawhorses.pdf
ShopNotes #43 (Vol. 0 – Build Your Own Dovetail Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #44 (Vol. 0- Grinding Station.pdf
ShopNotes #45 (Vol. 0 – Bench Top Router Table.pdf
ShopNotes #46 (Vol. 0 – Utility Workbench.pdf
ShopNotes #47 (Vol. 0 – Build Your Own Mortising Machine .pdf
ShopNotes #48 (Vol. 0 – Tilt-Out Panel Cutting Guide.pdf
ShopNotes #49 (Vol. 09) – Cabinetmakers Tool Chest.pdf
ShopNotes #50 (Vol. 09) – Table Saw Workstation.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 07

ShopNotes #51 (Vol. 09) – Band Saw Upgrade.pdf
ShopNotes #52 (Vol. 09) – Knock-Down Workbench.pdf
ShopNotes #53 (Vol. 09) – Adjustable Miter Gauge Fence.pdf
ShopNotes #54 (Vol. 09) – Rollaround Power Tool Cart.pdf
ShopNotes #55 (Vol. 10) – Dust Collection Upgrade.pdf
ShopNotes #56 (Vol. 10) – Circular saw miter station.pdf
ShopNotes #57 (Vol. 10) – Shop Built Pin Router.pdf
ShopNotes #58 (Vol. 10) – Miter Saw Station.pdf
ShopNotes #59 (Vol. 10) – Modular Shop Cabinets.pdf
ShopNotes #60 (Vol. 10) – Aircompressor Caddy.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 08

ShopNotes #61 (Vol. 11) – Drill Press Sharpening Wheel.pdf
ShopNotes #62 (Vol. 11) – Box Joint Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #63 (Vol. 11) – Space-saving Router Storage System.pdf
ShopNotes #64 (Vol. 11) – Router Mortising Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #65 (Vol. 11) – Heavy-Duty Workbench.pdf
ShopNotes #66 (Vol. 11) – Improve Your Router Table – 6 Steps To Success.pdf
ShopNotes #67 (Vol. 12) – Mitresaw Table and Fence.pdf
ShopNotes #68 (Vol. 12) – Our All-New Router Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #69 (Vol. 11) – Bench Top Storage System.pdf
ShopNotes #70 (Vol. 12) – Multipurpose Storage Solution .pdf

ShopNotes Collection 09

ShopNotes #71 (Vol. 12) – 5 Projects You Can Build From One Sheet Of Plywood.pdf
ShopNotes #72 (Vol. 12) – All New Drill Press, Belt Sander.pdf
ShopNotes #73 (Vol. 13) – Mini Lathe.pdf
ShopNotes #74 (Vol. 13) – Extendable Drill Press Table.pdf
ShopNotes #75 (Vol. 13) – Plank Top Workbench.pdf
ShopNotes #76 (Vol. 13) Shop Made Router, Dado Jig- .pdf
ShopNotes #77 (Vol. 13) – Sliding Door Shop Cabinet.pdf
ShopNotes #78 (Vol. 13) – Work Shop In A Weekend.pdf
ShopNotes #79 (Vol. 14) – Exclusive Shop Storage Projects.pdf
ShopNotes #80 (Vol. 14) – Heirloom Tool Cabinet.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 10

ShopNotes #81 (Vol. 14) – Ultimate Sharpening Station.pdf
ShopNotes #82 (Vol. 14) – The Complete Miter Saw Workstation.pdf
ShopNotes #83 (Vol. 14) – Easy To Build Modular
ShopNotes #84 (Vol. 14) – Classic Cabinet Base Workbench.pdf
ShopNotes #85 (Vol. 15) – Router Table + 10 Top Notch Upgrades.pdf
ShopNotes #86 (Vol. 15) – Surface Sander.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 10a

Shopnotes #89 reduced file size.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 11

– Guides –

10 Best Table Saw Accessories.pdf
A Guide To Selecting & Buying Lumber.pdf
Best Way To Get A Flat-Bottom Dado On A Table Saw.pdf
Circle Jig Plan.pdf
Clamping.pdf
Clamping & Assembly.pdf
Clamp & Glue Guide.pdf
Clean Plywood Cuts.pdf
Cutting Perfect Tapers.pdf
Fast Fixes.pdf
Finish.pdf
From Rough To Ready.pdf
Get Better Results With Backrouting.pdf
Installing Wood Floors.pdf
Layout Square.pdf
Miter Saw Tune Up Guide.pdf
Newpine-Lookold.pdf
Pocket Hole Joinery.pdf
Pocket Hole Joinery Guide.pdf
Powertuneup.pdf
Router Circle-Cutting Jig.pdf
Straight, Flat & Square.pdf
Tool Tune Up Guide.pdf
Top 10 Workbench Accessories.pdf
Water – Based Finish Guide.pdf
Where To Find Hard-To-Find Hardware.pdf

– Plans –

A Showcase Deck.pdf
Bird Feeder Plan.pdf
Bookcase Plan.pdf
Cabinet.pdf
Classic Book Case Plans.pdf
Clock Plan.pdf
Cupboard Plan.pdf
Desk Plan.pdf
Display Cabinet Plan.pdf
Dresser Plan.pdf
Kitchen Facelift.pdf
Kitchen Cabinets Woodworking Plan.pdf
Lingerie Dresser.pdf
Plans Now – Lingerie Dresser Plan.pdf
Mantel Clock Plan.pdf
Planter Box Plan.pdf
Patio Traytable Plan.pdf
Rolling Tool Cabinet.pdf
Sectional Entertainment Center.pdf
Shop Storage Plan.pdf
Table Plan.pdf
Table Saw Cabinet.pdf
Toolcabinet.pdf
Tv Cabinet Plan.pdf
Weekend Workbench.pdf
Workbench Plan.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 12

57 – Drill Press Table.pdf
71 – Cam-Lever Quick Release.pdf
85 – Bonus Article – Installing A Router Plate.pdf
79 – Bonus Plan – Block Plane.pdf
75 – Making A Longer Plank-Top Workbench.pdf
71 – Adding A Switched Outlet.pdf
79 – Scale Tool Drawings For Shop Layouts.pdf
80 – Plan Variation – Cabinet Base Shelves.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 12Cutting Diagrams

50 – Table Saw Cabinets.pdf
54 – Roll-around Toolcart.pdf
55 – Roll-Around Store-All for lumber & plywood.pdf
57 – Drill Press & Table Fence.pdf
59 – Modular Shop Cabinet.pdf
60 – Cutting Diagram – Adjustable-Height Assembly Table.pdf
62 – Clamping Station.pdf
62 – Exploded View Of Carpenter's Toolbox.pdf
63 – Routerstorage.pdf
64 – Hardware Storage Cabinet.pdf
64 – Plunge Router Mortising Jig.pdf
65 – Drill Press Adjustable V-Block.pdf
65 – Twin Screw Heavy-Duty Workbench.pdf
66 – Tablesaw Work Station.pdf
67 – Mini Lathe Stand.pdf
68 – Cordlesstool.pdf
68 – Horizontal Mortising Machine.pdf
68 – Roll Around Shopcart.pdf
70 – Gearbox.pdf
72 – Fold Down Workstation.pdf
74 – Hardware Storage Cabinet.pdf
75 – Cutting Diagram – Dual Tool Station.pdf
77 – Cutting Diagram – Pegboard Storage Cabinet.pdf
79 – Brass Plane Patterns.pdf
79 – Cutting Diagram – Full-Scale Brass-Body Hand Plane Patterns.pdf
79 – Cutting Diagrams – Slant-Front & Benchtop Tool Cart.pdf
80 – Cutting Diagrams – Heirloom Tool Cabinet.pdf
81 – Cutting Diagrams – Ultimate Sharpening Station.pdf
82 – Cutting Diagrams – The Complete Miter Saw Workcenter.pdf
82 – Cutting Diagrams – Tool Tote Sawhorses.pdf
83 – Cutting Diagrams – Modular Storage Units.pdf
84 – Cutting Diagrams – Classic Cabinet-Base Workbench.pdf
85 – Cutting Diagram – Quick & Easy Router Table.pdf
86 – Cutting Diagram – Table Saw Thickness Sander.pdf
87 – Cutting Diagram – Knock-Down Workstation Accessories.pdf
87 – Cutting Diagram – Portable Hobby Chest.pdf
Wallcabinet.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 13 – Video's

71 – Using the Hinge Mortising Jig.wmv
76 – Using the Shop-Built Dado Jig.wmv
78 – Using the Router Miter Trimmer.wmv
80 – Chip-Free Dadoes.wmv
81 – Table Saw Pattern Cutting.wmv
83 – Router Circle Jig.wmv
87 – Sharpening a Scraper.wmv
87 – Router Table Sled.wmv
88 – The Ultimate Shop-Built Panel Saw.wmv
88 – Open Floating Tenon Joinery.wmv
Tying Knots – Round Turn with Two Half Hitches.wmv
Tying Knots – Bowline Knot.wmv
Tying Knots – Farmer's Loop.wmv
Tying Knots – Loop And Half Hitch.wmv
Tying Knots – Rolling Hitch.wmv

ShopNotes Collection 14

All About The New Yankee Workshop.chm
Collins – Good Wood Joints.pdf
Electricity (A comprehensive discussion of electrical issues for woodworkers).chm
Fine Woodworking – Gluing And Clamping Strategies.pdf
Space-Saver Workbench (Ryobi Plan #916).pdf
Wood Magazine – Router Basics And Beyond.pdf
Woodsmith #166.pdf
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ShopNotes Woodworking Workshop Books Collection
List

ShopNotes Collection 01

ShopNotes Contents Issues 01 to 24.pdf
ShopNotes Contents Issues 25 to 48.pdf
ShopNotes Contents Issues 49 to 72.pdf
ShopNotes Index [Vol. 1 – Vol. 82] & Synopsis.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 02

ShopNotes #01 (Vol. 01) – Shop Built Router Table.pdf
ShopNotes #02 (Vol. 01) – Wooden Joiner's Mallet.pdf
ShopNotes #03 (Vol. 01) – Handy Tool Carry-All.pdf
ShopNotes #04 (Vol. 01) – Shop Built Panel Saw.pdf
ShopNotes #05 (Vol. 01) – Turned Tool Handles.pdf
ShopNotes #06 (Vol. 01) – Table Saw Tenoning Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #07 (Vol. 02) – Shop Built Work Bench.pdf
ShopNotes #08 (Vol. 02) – Box Joint Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #09 (Vol. 02) – Roll-around Planer Stand.pdf
ShopNotes #10 (Vol. 02) – Heavy Duty Lathe Stand.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 03

ShopNotes #11 (Vol. 02) – Power Miter Saw Station.pdf
ShopNotes #12 (Vol. 02) – Shop Built Disk Sander.pdf
ShopNotes #13 (Vol. 03) – Build Your Own Dust Collector.pdf
ShopNotes #14 (Vol. 03) – Fold Down Work Center.pdf
ShopNotes #18 (Vol. 03) – Drill Press Table And Fence.pdf
ShopNotes #15 (Vol. 03) – Sliding Table.pdf
ShopNotes #16 (Vol. 03) – Customize Your Radial Arm Saw.pdf
ShopNotes #17 (Vol. 03) – Easy To Build Sawhorse.pdf
ShopNotes #19 (Vol. 04) – Modular Clamp Storage System.pdf
ShopNotes #20 (Vol. 04) – Outfeed Table.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 04

ShopNotes #21 (Vol. 04) – Router Thicknessing Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #22 (Vol. 04) – Wall Mounted Tool Cabinet.pdf
ShopNotes #23 (Vol. 04) – Saber Saw Table.pdf
ShopNotes #24 (Vol. 04) – Heavy-Duty Workbench.pdf
ShopNotes #25 (Vol. 05) – Special Table Saw Issue.pdf
ShopNotes #26 (Vol. 05) – Cordless Driver.Drills.pdf
ShopNotes #27 (Vol. 05) – Sliding Cutoff Table.pdf
ShopNotes #28 (Vol. 05) – Precision Drilling Guide.pdf
ShopNotes #29 (Vol. 05) – Craftsman Tool Chest, Rolling Tool Cabinet.pdf
ShopNotes #30 (Vol. 05) – Small Workbench.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 05

ShopNotes #31 (Vol. 06) – Low Speed Grinding Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #32 (Vol. 06) – Plate Joiner Table.pdf
ShopNotes #33 (Vol. 06) – Bench Top Plate Joiner Table.pdf
ShopNotes #34 (Vol. 06) – Bent Lamination.pdf
ShopNotes #35 (Vol. 06) – Tool Station.pdf
ShopNotes #36 (Vol. 06) – Miter Trimmer.pdf
ShopNotes #37 (Vol. 07) – Shop Built Edge Sander.pdf
ShopNotes #38 (Vol. 07) – Ring Boxes.pdf
ShopNotes #39 (Vol. 07) – Modular Wall Storage .pdf
ShopNotes #40 (Vol. 07) – Vacuum Clamping System.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 06

ShopNotes #41 (Vol. 07) – Fold-Down Drafting Table.pdf
ShopNotes #42 (Vol. 07) – Stacking Sawhorses.pdf
ShopNotes #43 (Vol. 0 – Build Your Own Dovetail Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #44 (Vol. 0- Grinding Station.pdf
ShopNotes #45 (Vol. 0 – Bench Top Router Table.pdf
ShopNotes #46 (Vol. 0 – Utility Workbench.pdf
ShopNotes #47 (Vol. 0 – Build Your Own Mortising Machine .pdf
ShopNotes #48 (Vol. 0 – Tilt-Out Panel Cutting Guide.pdf
ShopNotes #49 (Vol. 09) – Cabinetmakers Tool Chest.pdf
ShopNotes #50 (Vol. 09) – Table Saw Workstation.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 07

ShopNotes #51 (Vol. 09) – Band Saw Upgrade.pdf
ShopNotes #52 (Vol. 09) – Knock-Down Workbench.pdf
ShopNotes #53 (Vol. 09) – Adjustable Miter Gauge Fence.pdf
ShopNotes #54 (Vol. 09) – Rollaround Power Tool Cart.pdf
ShopNotes #55 (Vol. 10) – Dust Collection Upgrade.pdf
ShopNotes #56 (Vol. 10) – Circular saw miter station.pdf
ShopNotes #57 (Vol. 10) – Shop Built Pin Router.pdf
ShopNotes #58 (Vol. 10) – Miter Saw Station.pdf
ShopNotes #59 (Vol. 10) – Modular Shop Cabinets.pdf
ShopNotes #60 (Vol. 10) – Aircompressor Caddy.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 08

ShopNotes #61 (Vol. 11) – Drill Press Sharpening Wheel.pdf
ShopNotes #62 (Vol. 11) – Box Joint Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #63 (Vol. 11) – Space-saving Router Storage System.pdf
ShopNotes #64 (Vol. 11) – Router Mortising Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #65 (Vol. 11) – Heavy-Duty Workbench.pdf
ShopNotes #66 (Vol. 11) – Improve Your Router Table – 6 Steps To Success.pdf
ShopNotes #67 (Vol. 12) – Mitresaw Table and Fence.pdf
ShopNotes #68 (Vol. 12) – Our All-New Router Jig.pdf
ShopNotes #69 (Vol. 11) – Bench Top Storage System.pdf
ShopNotes #70 (Vol. 12) – Multipurpose Storage Solution .pdf

ShopNotes Collection 09

ShopNotes #71 (Vol. 12) – 5 Projects You Can Build From One Sheet Of Plywood.pdf
ShopNotes #72 (Vol. 12) – All New Drill Press, Belt Sander.pdf
ShopNotes #73 (Vol. 13) – Mini Lathe.pdf
ShopNotes #74 (Vol. 13) – Extendable Drill Press Table.pdf
ShopNotes #75 (Vol. 13) – Plank Top Workbench.pdf
ShopNotes #76 (Vol. 13) Shop Made Router, Dado Jig- .pdf
ShopNotes #77 (Vol. 13) – Sliding Door Shop Cabinet.pdf
ShopNotes #78 (Vol. 13) – Work Shop In A Weekend.pdf
ShopNotes #79 (Vol. 14) – Exclusive Shop Storage Projects.pdf
ShopNotes #80 (Vol. 14) – Heirloom Tool Cabinet.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 10

ShopNotes #81 (Vol. 14) – Ultimate Sharpening Station.pdf
ShopNotes #82 (Vol. 14) – The Complete Miter Saw Workstation.pdf
ShopNotes #83 (Vol. 14) – Easy To Build Modular
ShopNotes #84 (Vol. 14) – Classic Cabinet Base Workbench.pdf
ShopNotes #85 (Vol. 15) – Router Table + 10 Top Notch Upgrades.pdf
ShopNotes #86 (Vol. 15) – Surface Sander.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 10a

Shopnotes #89 reduced file size.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 11

– Guides –

10 Best Table Saw Accessories.pdf
A Guide To Selecting & Buying Lumber.pdf
Best Way To Get A Flat-Bottom Dado On A Table Saw.pdf
Circle Jig Plan.pdf
Clamping.pdf
Clamping & Assembly.pdf
Clamp & Glue Guide.pdf
Clean Plywood Cuts.pdf
Cutting Perfect Tapers.pdf
Fast Fixes.pdf
Finish.pdf
From Rough To Ready.pdf
Get Better Results With Backrouting.pdf
Installing Wood Floors.pdf
Layout Square.pdf
Miter Saw Tune Up Guide.pdf
Newpine-Lookold.pdf
Pocket Hole Joinery.pdf
Pocket Hole Joinery Guide.pdf
Powertuneup.pdf
Router Circle-Cutting Jig.pdf
Straight, Flat & Square.pdf
Tool Tune Up Guide.pdf
Top 10 Workbench Accessories.pdf
Water – Based Finish Guide.pdf
Where To Find Hard-To-Find Hardware.pdf

– Plans –

A Showcase Deck.pdf
Bird Feeder Plan.pdf
Bookcase Plan.pdf
Cabinet.pdf
Classic Book Case Plans.pdf
Clock Plan.pdf
Cupboard Plan.pdf
Desk Plan.pdf
Display Cabinet Plan.pdf
Dresser Plan.pdf
Kitchen Facelift.pdf
Kitchen Cabinets Woodworking Plan.pdf
Lingerie Dresser.pdf
Plans Now – Lingerie Dresser Plan.pdf
Mantel Clock Plan.pdf
Planter Box Plan.pdf
Patio Traytable Plan.pdf
Rolling Tool Cabinet.pdf
Sectional Entertainment Center.pdf
Shop Storage Plan.pdf
Table Plan.pdf
Table Saw Cabinet.pdf
Toolcabinet.pdf
Tv Cabinet Plan.pdf
Weekend Workbench.pdf
Workbench Plan.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 12

57 – Drill Press Table.pdf
71 – Cam-Lever Quick Release.pdf
85 – Bonus Article – Installing A Router Plate.pdf
79 – Bonus Plan – Block Plane.pdf
75 – Making A Longer Plank-Top Workbench.pdf
71 – Adding A Switched Outlet.pdf
79 – Scale Tool Drawings For Shop Layouts.pdf
80 – Plan Variation – Cabinet Base Shelves.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 12Cutting Diagrams

50 – Table Saw Cabinets.pdf
54 – Roll-around Toolcart.pdf
55 – Roll-Around Store-All for lumber & plywood.pdf
57 – Drill Press & Table Fence.pdf
59 – Modular Shop Cabinet.pdf
60 – Cutting Diagram – Adjustable-Height Assembly Table.pdf
62 – Clamping Station.pdf
62 – Exploded View Of Carpenter's Toolbox.pdf
63 – Routerstorage.pdf
64 – Hardware Storage Cabinet.pdf
64 – Plunge Router Mortising Jig.pdf
65 – Drill Press Adjustable V-Block.pdf
65 – Twin Screw Heavy-Duty Workbench.pdf
66 – Tablesaw Work Station.pdf
67 – Mini Lathe Stand.pdf
68 – Cordlesstool.pdf
68 – Horizontal Mortising Machine.pdf
68 – Roll Around Shopcart.pdf
70 – Gearbox.pdf
72 – Fold Down Workstation.pdf
74 – Hardware Storage Cabinet.pdf
75 – Cutting Diagram – Dual Tool Station.pdf
77 – Cutting Diagram – Pegboard Storage Cabinet.pdf
79 – Brass Plane Patterns.pdf
79 – Cutting Diagram – Full-Scale Brass-Body Hand Plane Patterns.pdf
79 – Cutting Diagrams – Slant-Front & Benchtop Tool Cart.pdf
80 – Cutting Diagrams – Heirloom Tool Cabinet.pdf
81 – Cutting Diagrams – Ultimate Sharpening Station.pdf
82 – Cutting Diagrams – The Complete Miter Saw Workcenter.pdf
82 – Cutting Diagrams – Tool Tote Sawhorses.pdf
83 – Cutting Diagrams – Modular Storage Units.pdf
84 – Cutting Diagrams – Classic Cabinet-Base Workbench.pdf
85 – Cutting Diagram – Quick & Easy Router Table.pdf
86 – Cutting Diagram – Table Saw Thickness Sander.pdf
87 – Cutting Diagram – Knock-Down Workstation Accessories.pdf
87 – Cutting Diagram – Portable Hobby Chest.pdf
Wallcabinet.pdf

ShopNotes Collection 13 – Video's

71 – Using the Hinge Mortising Jig.wmv
76 – Using the Shop-Built Dado Jig.wmv
78 – Using the Router Miter Trimmer.wmv
80 – Chip-Free Dadoes.wmv
81 – Table Saw Pattern Cutting.wmv
83 – Router Circle Jig.wmv
87 – Sharpening a Scraper.wmv
87 – Router Table Sled.wmv
88 – The Ultimate Shop-Built Panel Saw.wmv
88 – Open Floating Tenon Joinery.wmv
Tying Knots – Round Turn with Two Half Hitches.wmv
Tying Knots – Bowline Knot.wmv
Tying Knots – Farmer's Loop.wmv
Tying Knots – Loop And Half Hitch.wmv
Tying Knots – Rolling Hitch.wmv

ShopNotes Collection 14

All About The New Yankee Workshop.chm
Collins – Good Wood Joints.pdf
Electricity (A comprehensive discussion of electrical issues for woodworkers).chm
Fine Woodworking – Gluing And Clamping Strategies.pdf
Space-Saver Workbench (Ryobi Plan #916).pdf
Wood Magazine – Router Basics And Beyond.pdf
Woodsmith #166.pdf
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