Archive for January, 2018
Reader Review There have been a few book reviews of “[amazon text=A Little Saw&asin=1976814901]” today. The first on Amazon from “Tigger” commented that the book “did not cover any power cuting tools” (sic). I had origionally planned to include power
The theme for 2018 PSTOIC reunion was “Something futuristic”. So I made an Adventure game inspired medal for the winner of the best futuristic something.
Taking your car to the garage for repairs can be an expensive journey, but many people don’t realise that there’s a wide range of repairs that are easy to learn at home. Back when I first got interested in car
Today we caught up with new author Andy who’s just launched his new book on saws, “[amazon_link text=’A Little Saw’ template=’ProductLink’ asins=’1976814901′]”. [amazon_link template=’ProductImageCustom’ asins=’1976814901′ text=’http://www.workshopshed.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/LittleSawBook.jpg’] Workshopshed: What is the book about?Andy: A little saw is a book about “cutting
One of the hardest battles that everyone has to fight in their lifetime is the one against the procrastination. Needless to say, this is the most ironical problem you will ever have to deal with, seeing as how the amount
My daughter bought me a copy of Colin Furze’s book [amazon_link template=’ProductLink’ text=’This book isn’t safe’ asins=’0141386959′] for Christmas. If you’ve never heard of Colin Furze then you should visit his YouTube channel or website colinfurze.com but in summary Colin