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Topic: A Guy Walks Into A Bar-a complete mentslism act for less than the price of this manuscript
Message: Posted by: JohnWells (Aug 25, 2007 12:18PM)
The second manuscript in the barfly series is now available at lulu.com. See the review posted on the Barfly Billet sub-forum. JW
Message: Posted by: LLL (Aug 25, 2007 05:45PM)
You got a link?
Message: Posted by: Gotama (Aug 25, 2007 06:24PM)
Try lulu.com and then search for Barfly Billet or John Wells
Message: Posted by: AlienMind (Aug 25, 2007 07:13PM)
... or simply click below:

http://www.lulu.com/content/1140026

Best,
Pier
Message: Posted by: JohnWells (Aug 25, 2007 07:39PM)
Alien Mind, Mille Grazie!
Message: Posted by: ElliottB (Aug 25, 2007 09:10PM)
Sounds great!

I recently got Johnís first book and gave it a quick skim (soon Iíll give it the full attention it deserves.)

However, I can already tell that it is quite good and a fantastic value.

I have no doubts that this one is equally as good.
Message: Posted by: JohnWells (Aug 26, 2007 06:07AM)
Please note Elliott's website. That is the place to get Switchcraft, highly recommended in "A Guy Walks Into a Bar."
Message: Posted by: ElliottB (Aug 26, 2007 12:00PM)
Cool. Thanks!!

I just bought a copy. Iím still bogged down with supp # 6, so I havenít really put in the time I should. One day soon, Iíll write detailed reviews for both of these fine products.

That said, once again, it is already quite clear to me that John is providing an awful lot of quality information for an EXTREMELY reasonable price. This is a rarity for mentalism products. Highly recommended!!
Message: Posted by: ElliottB (Aug 26, 2007 12:12PM)
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On 2007-08-25 18:45, mescalitoeyes wrote:
You got a link?

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If you were inquiring about the referenced review, I think this is it:

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/search_post.php?topic=213445&forum=159&post=5185704
Message: Posted by: Feral Chorus (Sep 5, 2007 09:55AM)
John's material sounds interesting. I would love to hear a little more about what comprises the "act." From Lulu it says virtually no props or preparation, but seems to require cards as implied by a memorized deck routine. I'm wondering what materials are required, how long would the act run and what would be the appropriate venue? Any clarification would be appreciated.

-Feral
Message: Posted by: David Numen (Sep 5, 2007 10:36AM)
The act is adaptable as it has a clear beginning, a clear ending and the middle bit can be changed from 1 effect to 3 or even more.

Cards are involved at one stage but that's the middle bit so you don't have to use them and the demonstrations supplied by Charles are solid and convincing enough anyway.

I would think it's adaptable to all manner of venues from fairly intimate settings to large audiences.

Materials - nothing gimmicky and stationary which every mentalist should own!
Message: Posted by: meyegr (Sep 11, 2007 08:04PM)
I ordered earlier - how long does it take to get a file (it did not direct me when paying - PayPal)?
Message: Posted by: ElliottB (Sep 11, 2007 08:31PM)
I believe you need to login at Lulu, where all your purchased downloads are stored and can be downloaded to your computer whenever you wish.
Message: Posted by: JohnWells (Sep 30, 2007 02:31PM)
The next manuscript, "Devilishly Transcendent and other Card Tricks from behind the bar", appears on lulu.com tonight.
Message: Posted by: Feral Chorus (Oct 12, 2007 10:32AM)
Anyone else have any comments on "A Guy Walks Into a Bar" ??? TIA.

-Brad
Message: Posted by: JohnWells (Oct 12, 2007 11:05PM)
TIA?
Message: Posted by: baobow (Oct 13, 2007 04:02AM)
TIA = Thanks in Advance
Message: Posted by: Tom Jorgenson (Oct 13, 2007 11:55AM)
I've read this about 4-5 times now,while I've been on the raod, and am still gleaning information and advice in it. It is well worth the loot, just like his first manuscript. It has one of the best layouts for a mental show, and Q&A, that I've read. When I get back home, I want to offer some thoughts on it... but order it now. It's cheap and it's valuable!

I just noticed the 3rd installment is up for sale...gonna get it now.
Message: Posted by: JohnWells (Oct 13, 2007 01:47PM)
Tom, many thanks. Lest there be confusion, my latest manuscript "Devilishly Transcendent", is devoted to card magic. The fourth and final installment, on card reading, will be out in a few weeks.
Message: Posted by: David Numen (Oct 14, 2007 08:12AM)
Charles has brought out a third ebook, Devilishly Transcendent which is devoted entirely to card magic unlike his previous two works on Mentalism. I know a fair bit of basic to intermediate stuff on cards but am by no means an expert however I lenjoyed the book a great deal and itís inspired me to get slightly deeper into card magic. In the interim thereís definitely plenty of stuff in the book Iíll be using (and indeed already am using).

The book contains Ace assemblies, handlings for classics, Charlesí own take on some classic plots and a terrifically simple but strong memorized deck routine which is worth the price of all of his books put together. His variations of the Dunbury Delusion and his Princess in Your Pocket are also excellent. And to top it all off he includes some delicious sounding recipes Ė if only I had the time to try them out!

If you are into cards this is definitely worth checking out
Message: Posted by: mindsynced (Nov 20, 2007 06:38PM)
Thanks for the suggestion on this one. I will put it on my list. Thanks again guys.
Message: Posted by: teejay (Dec 25, 2007 07:06AM)
Anybody have any more details on this ? I know it's only cheap but what kind of Q & A is it? And
how about the mem-deck routine?
:)
Message: Posted by: JohnWells (Dec 26, 2007 02:06AM)
The mem deck routine is ideal for platform or parlour work. As to the Q and A, if you have little or no experience in giving readings, this is not for you.
Message: Posted by: teejay (Dec 30, 2007 06:07PM)
Hi john
Thanks for that. My main interest is readings. I have just memed a s...k and my next project will be to mem a Tarot d..k. I have several memdeck and Q and A items, I was just wondering if these were different. If I can find out they are I will buy the ebook. There is nothing about methodology or what the spec would see in the threads so far.
Thanks again
TJ