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Topic: Runes of Tomorrow by Tom Stone
Message: Posted by: TStone (Jul 31, 2014 04:41AM)
Hello!

I've just released a new ebook titled "[url=http://wargmagic.com/shop/ebook/runes-of-tomorrow/]Runes of Tomorrow[/url]", which might (or might not) be of interest.

For those who enjoy a lot of sales copy, imagine that this post is chock full of it! :-)
Message: Posted by: Sean Giles (Jul 31, 2014 05:11AM)
Anything you release is of interest Tom. Magically speaking of course... :)
Message: Posted by: oliversmith (Jul 31, 2014 05:48AM)
[quote]On Jul 31, 2014, Sean Giles wrote:
Anything you release is of interest Tom. Magically speaking of course... :) [/quote]

I agree!
Message: Posted by: Doomo (Jul 31, 2014 01:11PM)
I got this... For the Mentalistacly lovin types I would suggest Chromatic Clutch. Not hard at all and actually kinda fun...

For the card guys...And ya know who ya are... Dr. Griffins Palm will be worth the time ya spend on it... Not that the other stuff is lesser. Those are just the two I have spent the most time with...

Worth yer money...

Tony
Message: Posted by: TStone (Aug 3, 2014 02:42PM)
[img]http://file.tomstone.se/runes-of-tomorrow-mc.jpg[/img]
The first review is out, over at the [url=http://forums.geniimagazine.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=45021&p=301639#p301639
]Genii forum[/url].

People have been saying kind things about the ebook during the last few days.

Jim Steinmeyer said, in a very rare endorsement:
[i]Runes of Tomorrow is the usual Tom Stone stuff: ‘Surprising’, ‘unique, and ‘astonishingly insightful.’
In fact, it might be a little more surprising than usual.
Tom’s always made me think about magic in new ways, and this little book is just filled with those inspirations.[/i]

http://wargmagic.com/shop/ebook/runes-of-tomorrow/
Message: Posted by: motown (Aug 5, 2014 08:46PM)
Hej Tom,

Is this new material or is it collected from your Genii column?
Message: Posted by: TStone (Aug 5, 2014 10:49PM)
[quote]On Aug 5, 2014, motown wrote:
Hej Tom,

Is this new material or is it collected from your Genii column? [/quote]
"Ball & Vase Challenge", "Chromatic Clutch" and "Dr. Griffin’s Palm" have seen print before in Genii.

"Mystery Inn", "Fatalistic Orb" are brand new.
"Deck of Decroux" is a piece I came up with in 1996, but have never published or even mentioned to anyone besides my closest friends.
"Fantasy Flight" is one of those "from the notebook" side items.

I'll send you a copy, and you can see for yourself. You have a PM.
Message: Posted by: motown (Aug 6, 2014 11:36AM)
I was surprised to read on the Genii forum that some though this ebook was expensive. In addition to his great thinking, Tom's ebooks are the best produced that I've purchased. And I have most of them. Everything from the design to the typesetting to the amazing number of illustrations he includes with each are first rate. No Stone :-) is left unturned. I only wish others would put the same sort of production values that Tom does in his ebooks.
Message: Posted by: tomcards (Aug 13, 2014 01:52PM)
REVIEW: Runes of Tomorrow

http://forums.geniimagazine.com/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=45071


Tom Frame
Message: Posted by: Cameron Francis (Aug 13, 2014 09:47PM)
Tom, you look like Snape on that cover! Sans the long black hair, of course! Very cool photo. I'm sure the material is top notch as well. Will have to get this.