Bill started working with his dad, a general contractor, at age twelve spending summers and
weekends building homes and buildings. He still uses many of those lessons for
his books and blogs on woodworking and the handyman business.
He’s operated one-person
businesses for more than 30 years. MyRehab
Notes Library, his first publishing company well before POD, published a
monthly newsletter (Rehab Notes) with subscribers in all 50 states, Canada and
England and nine books on housing. He also consulted and spoke publically on
housing related topics for agencies and organizations in cities across the
when most federal funding for housing activities
dried up, Bill took advantage of his construction and business skills to
start a handyman and woodworking business.
Over Twenty-Five Years of Woodworking
twenty-five years, first in Tampa, Florida and then in Austin, Texas, he
maintained a full-time wood shop building
hundreds of small and large cabinet and furniture projects for individuals, companies, and government agencies. During
these years he began writing books about his experiences and still writes them
today with my latest, Woodworking Simplified Book 1: Your How-To Guide for Making
Beautiful and Functional Projects,
published in January of 2016.
Personal One-on-One Publishing
In 2007 Bill published a children’s book for his wife,
Barbara. That book, Lottie’s Adventure: Facing The Monster, is still available. That same year, Bill
Imaging, LLC, an independent publishing company that does what he calls positive
publishing of his books and the books of others. Bill help authors to publish
their books with one-on-one, personal assistance. To date, he’s published more than twenty print books in addition to
the nine on housing, more than a dozen ebooks, and presently has several books in
various stages of completion.
Based on his
years of publishing Bill wrote, Self Publishing:
How To Publish Your Print Book or eBook Step by Step, praised by many as an excellent how-to book for any self-publisher wishing to handle every step.
born and raised in Tampa, Florida and moved to Austin, Texas in 1986, where he
now resides with my wife, Barbara Frances.