Basic Books

Ted WidmerThe PrinterThis book does a great job of explaining about our beloved printers in a caring way that helps one to understand where the printer is ‘coming from’. A must-have reference for all Handwriting Analysts.

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Jacob Cammarata
Handwriting Analysis: Laws/Principles and more A scientifically based presentation:  Understand why handwriting analysis works.  Understand the inescapable elements of personality assessment.  Understand why handwriting is scientifically based.  Review the only published 20 year study on the standard size of the middle zone (it is not 3mm).
Milton N. Bunker What Your Handwriting Tells About Yourself, Your Friends Your Family From the founder of IGAS, Bunker, basic information for trait based analysis.
Bart Baggett The Secrets to Making Love Happen! How to find, attract and choose your perfect mate. Bart uses handwriting analysis to illustrate what to look for and what to avoid.  If you have ever suffered through a love-deficiency, this book is for you.
Peter Dennis Handwriting Analysis: An Adventure in Self-Discovery Based on IGAS. Includes much of the general course material, both positive and negative trait aspects, compatibility, emotional quotient, and worksheets.
P. Scott Hollander Handwriting Analysis A good basic book. Includes a section on health issues in handwriting.
Bonnie Kalchen and Rose L. Toomey Simplify Handwriting Style A workbook to practice your handwriting. It’s clearly designed and easy to use. Especially important for those who wish to increase legibility in their handwriting.
Irene B. Levitt Brain Writing Irene has done a wonderful job explaining how your handwriting reflects your personality.
Ann Mahony Handwriting and Personality Been around a long time, but a good book in general.
Andrea McNichol Handwriting Analysis: Putting it to Work for You This is a wonderfully loaded and informative book for beginners and a great reference for experienced handwriting analysts. It uses gestalt and provides insightful exercises to test your natural abilities, then explains how one gets to a particular analysis. Well illustrated. 
Sheila Kurtz and Marilyn Lester Grapho-Types This is a very good basic book with leanings towards psychological terminology and explanations for handwriting analysis.
Sheila Lowe The Complete Idiots Guide to Handwriting Analysis This book opens the door to handwriting terms and tools in a down-to-earth and humorous way that will appeal to the seasoned expert as well as a beginner.
Ted Widmer The Printer This book does a great job of explaining about our beloved printers in a caring way that helps one to understand where the printer is ‘coming from’. A must-have reference for all Handwriting Analysts.
Treyce d’Gabriel Montoya Uncover the Truth: Pocketguide to Handwriting Analysis Learning how to build a quick synopsis of anyone by looking at their handwriting.
Treyce d’Gabriel Montoya Manifest the Write Way: Workbook for Changing Your Life & Reaching Your Goals Making powerful handwriting changes to you can make powerful personal and professional changes too.
Treyce d’Gabriel Montoya The Only Handwriting Analysis Book You’ll Ever Need 538 page comprehensive guide for beginners and experts alike to build a full personality profile using the Charles Stahl method – this is unique to all other analysts and, in my opinion, must less tedious.
Treyce d’Gabriel Montoya Childhood Memories: My Comfort Food Cookbook Started off as a book for my children, to pass down some of my favorites from childhood. However friends then requested it so I made it publicly available. Included is an emotional handwriting letter to my children and handwriting tips as they relate to cooking such as how to be more creative in the kitchen.
Treyce d’Gabriel Montoya Answers! 70 easy-to-understand chapters providing answers to your everyday’s nagging questions such as “Is she Bipolar” or “Is my coworker trying to sabotage me?