I design and build handmade furniture in Connecticut, though occasionally get distracted by other projects, sometimes for years. In that vein, I wrote a blog about traveling in India at www.mondaugenslaw.blogs.com. I haven't posted there in a while as I'm back at it in my shop.
If you're after woodworking credentials, I used to be an editor at Fine Woodworking magazine. And if you'd like to see my furniture designs, please visit my woodworking site at www.strotherpurdy.com.
Traditional Box Projects is my first project book. Doormaking is my second. I've edited and written introductions for a lot of other ones, but they're under other people's names. One of those, The Basics of Craftsmanship, used to be listed under Purdy Strother, as I was the editor of it. No, I didn't write all the articles in that collection under various pseudonyms. Amazon won't let me delete it from "my books" from the website. Maybe if I called them.
Elsewhere on the web (though no longer at Amazon), you might note another book under my name, Woodwork from the DK Press. While Andy Engel and I are often listed as authors, we never wrote it because we couldn't come to terms and declined to sign the contract. That they never changed the authorship and haven't put in much of an effort to change it was amusing for a while. But if I was the real author, I'd be upset.