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pwwebooksThis week we are proud to introduce the new Woodworker’s Online Library We’ve gathered together over a decade’s worth of Popular Woodworking Magazine issues, plus dozens of our best woodworking books, and put them all in one place online. For an annual subscription fee of just $150, you get unlimited access to over 170 titles, or more than $2000 worth of books. You’ll find something helpful and interesting no matter what your level of skill.

The entire site inventory is both browsible and searchable. Each title comes complete with easy viewing tools, a clickable table of contents. A variety of bookmarking and note-taking tools allow you to leave and come back without losing your place. We also have a preview mode for every title, free of charge, so drop by the online library and give it a whirl!

Of course, please email us with your questions and comments!

– Tom Nunlist

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  • Rocky Landsverk

    this is not an Ebooks for Tablets site, it is an online Flash reading experience. an App will deliver the Ebooks to tablets but it isn’t completed yet. PDFs are for sale in our store.

  • xMike

    If the Preview mode is activated on your site it is not viewable from either of my browsers (IE and Firefox).

  • xMike

    What Clay said.
    Nothing is more off-putting that clicking onto a halting, annoying, non-standard, simi-working ebook format.

  • Mr.Woodworker

    I might consider buying the annual subscription since it seems like it would be worth it.

  • Clay Dowling

    Early problems: the books are only viewable in a flash app in my browser. While looking through a sample, it locked my browser. This does not suggest that purchasing this service will lead to my prolonged happiness.

    If you are going to be an ebook dealer, I would suggest using an established format where the technical challenges have already been worked out. There are numerous ebook formats which are compatible with proper readers. There is also the industry standard PDF format, ideal for books that require accurate formatting and graphics handling.


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