If you are like me, you have quite a few woodcarvings books that you have purchased. I have a fairly good library of books that if I would apply the knowledge that could be learned from them, I would be a PRO. However, I mostly like to look at the pictures and wish that I could carve as well as the authors of these books.
I have been recently informed that any member of our club can now purchase woodcarving and/or woodworking books from workingwithwoodbooks.com
with a 10% discount from the already discounted price.
All that is asked in return is to write a short review of what you think of the book. You can type the review on the page you bought it from at workingwithwoodbooks.com
by clicking on "write a review." However, this is not mandatory. If you like the book and think other people wood ( I know it should be "would" but after all it is about WOODcarving and WOODworking) like it, let them know how much or how little you liked or disliked the book. I repeat that a review is not mandatory but would be appreciated.
My latest book that I bought was "The Complete Book of Woodcarving
" by Everett Ellenwood. I think it is a great book as it covers all aspects of woodcarving. I especially enjoyed the chapter on history. Fascinating reading. I would recommend it highly.
I had the pleasure of meeting Everett several years ago at our annual woodcarving show. I also bought from him a DVD on sharpening. It taught me a lot and my knives are now sharp and ready to go at a moments notice. I didn't realize how much difference sharp tools can be.
Once again, if you are interested in purchasing any woodcarving/woodworking books you can get a 10% discount on top of the already discounted price at workingwithwoodbooks.com
. To get the discount for our club put "MyCarvingClub" into the coupon code box during checkout.
I hope that you don't think of this as advertising, as our site is free of all the google ads and banners that you see on so many sites these days. I was just offered this opportunity for our members and am passing it along. Now if we could get some tool manufacturers or carving stores to offer us some discounts that would be great. I'm in the market for some new gouges.