Update on Peter Follansbee’s ‘Joiner’s Work’

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The printing plant has finished its work on Peter Follansbee’s new book, “Joiner’s Work,” and it will be trucked to our Indiana warehouse on Monday. We’re not certain when it will start mailing out to people who placed pre-publication orders, but my best guess is it will be this week.

If you haven’t placed an order, this is the last opportunity to get a free pdf of the book with your order. Once the book starts shipping, the price of the book plus the pdf will be $61.25, up from $49.

Yesterday I received a sample from the printer and the book looks great. Oak is featured on 100 percent of its pages. You will not find an oakier tome.

— Christopher Schwarz

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18 Responses to Update on Peter Follansbee’s ‘Joiner’s Work’

  1. nrhiller says:

    Yay, oak! If only we could also smell it on the pages.

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  2. nrhiller says:

    Yay, oak! If only we could also smell it on the pages.

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  3. Kapow says:

    Really looking forward to this one. Been reading the pdf in his accent for a couple weeks now.

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  4. Jon Hershey says:

    I am grateful that Follansbee chose to work in oak instead of mdf.

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  5. flyandgrain says:

    Oaky tomes, man, I hope LAP doesn’t start sounding like wine snobs. “This table has a nice tanniny pucker”.

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  6. johncashman73 says:

    Every time one of your books comes out, I keep forgetting about the “release.” I’ve had, and read, the pdf long before the physical book ships. I’m a little embarrassed to say the last couple of books are still in their wrappers.

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    • tsstahl says:

      I’m the exact opposite. PDF copy is nice when I want to search for something I think might have been in the book. Give me my dead tree any day. 🙂 No, really. Ship mine first dangit! 😉

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  7. pfollansbee says:

    Reblogged this on Peter Follansbee, joiner's notes and commented:
    Word from west of here…

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  8. John Moran says:

    Is this available from anyone in the UK yet so that I can avoid horrendous shipping charges?

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  9. Jason in Golden says:

    Can’t wait for oak tomer fest.

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