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Lybrary is TOP SHELF! Great customer service!
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I've bought a LOT of stuff from Lybrary. With PayPal, it's the closest to instant book gratification I can think of. I push a couple buttons and can be reading the book in just MINUTES!
I have never had the slightest problem with the merchandise or the service. EXCELLENT!
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On 2008-05-24 23:09, pantseatflyer wrote:
Lybrary is TOP SHELF! Great customer service!


you mean you can get pdf's of that too? I must be missing that link...

yeah - another vote for lybrary...good work sir...

it still amazes me how much annemann stuff I got for less than £20 when I first started...and its good to buy bob cassidy stuff safe in the knowledge that it'll turn up!
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On 2008-05-24 20:05, dmoses wrote:
Switchcraft.


Thank you!!! Smile

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No, Elliott, thank you.

I find it inspires me on a daily basis.
I was thinking about this Bruce Bernstein Impromptu Book Test that relied on a clever use of a CT, and thought... hmmm... if I used a s***** the spec could rip up that piece of paper herself...

anyway... I'm just selfishly hoping it doesn't get too much more popular!

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There are some really fine PDF books out there, some which belie their slimness with ratio of useful data to page. But for sheer quantity with a HUGE amount of quality usefulness, how could one beat *Switchcraft*, which seems to be heading into its second thousand pages even as we watch?

And by "usefulness," let me point out that I rarely use billet switches. Very rarely. But when I do, I want them to work perfectly.

AND there are MANY times when the same skills and methods used for good billet switches, are used for other sleights.

AND (again?) there are heaps of great routines. If you use none of them, you will nevertheless find ideas within which will improve your shows.

*jeep!
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you mean you can get pdf's of that too? I must be missing that link...

yeah - another vote for lybrary...good work sir...

it still amazes me how much annemann stuff I got for less than £20 when I first started...and its good to buy bob cassidy stuff safe in the knowledge that it'll turn up!


Sorry... Guess I am showing my age. My statement of "Top Shelf" means EXCELLENCE!
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On 2008-05-25 14:42, dmoses wrote:
No, Elliott, thank you.

I find it inspires me on a daily basis.
I was thinking about this Bruce Bernstein Impromptu Book Test that relied on a clever use of a CT, and thought... hmmm... if I used a s***** the spec could rip up that piece of paper herself...

anyway... I'm just selfishly hoping it doesn't get too much more popular!

best


Thanks again.

I am unfamiliar with much of Bernstein’s work, but will try to track down that book test. I have a feeling I will like it.

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On 2008-05-25 17:14, mormonyoyoman wrote:
There are some really fine PDF books out there, some which belie their slimness with ratio of useful data to page. But for sheer quantity with a HUGE amount of quality usefulness, how could one beat *Switchcraft*, which seems to be heading into its second thousand pages even as we watch?

And by "usefulness," let me point out that I rarely use billet switches. Very rarely. But when I do, I want them to work perfectly.

AND there are MANY times when the same skills and methods used for good billet switches, are used for other sleights.

AND (again?) there are heaps of great routines. If you use none of them, you will nevertheless find ideas within which will improve your shows.

*jeep!
--Grandpa Chet (Yes, Elliott, you may quote me. <g>)


Thanks so much for the permission to post the quote, Chet.

I just added it to the site. I included a minor disclaimer, as I don’t want people to buy the book and wonder why they only got 307 pages. I am sure most people would figure it out, but there is always that one guy… Smile

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On 2008-05-25 17:14, mormonyoyoman wrote:
There are some really fine PDF books out there, some which belie their slimness with ratio of useful data to page. But for sheer quantity with a HUGE amount of quality usefulness, how could one beat *Switchcraft*, which seems to be heading into its second thousand pages even as we watch?
*jeep!
--Grandpa Chet (Yes, Elliott, you may quote me. <g>)



Thanks so much for the permission to post the quote, Chet.

I just added it to the site. I included a minor disclaimer, as I don’t want people to buy the book and wonder why they only got 307 pages. I am sure most people would figure it out, but there is always that one guy… Smile

Elliott
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I concur with Eliiot's SWITCHCRAFT. I honestly got a lot out of it.

Most "bang for the buck" I have seen lately....
(except for that really cheap case of .45 ammo...)

Kidding aside: It truly is a GOOD gift that keeps on giving...

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Thank you so much, Bryn!!

I’ve read incredible reviews of your latest book, “The Safwan Papers.” The effect called “Seven” sounds especially well suited for my tastes. I plan to purchase the e-book edition in the near future, possibly before this weekend.

Elliott
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You mean I miscounted the pages?

*jeep!
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On 2008-05-26 02:14, mindhunter wrote:

(except for that really cheap case of .45 ammo...)


And when will the PDF version of THAT be released? (I'm still waiting for the limited edition autographed PDF of Safwan Papers.)

*jeep!
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On 2008-05-26 12:52, mormonyoyoman wrote:
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On 2008-05-26 02:14, mindhunter wrote:

(except for that really cheap case of .45 ammo...)


And when will the PDF version of THAT be released? (I'm still waiting for the limited edition autographed PDF of Safwan Papers.)

*jeep!
--Grandpa Chet


Maybe my next one will be "The .45 Papers"? LOL!...still workingon that autographed version!

Bryn
*POST-PANDEMIC SPECIAL!!!*
"The Safwan Papers" & "The LOGAR Scrolls Mentalism ebooks - Now just $20 each!

Just PayPal to:
bryn@darkmountainarts.com
(No PayPal account? Just shoot me your email and I'll send you an invoice that can be paid with any card.)

REVIEWS:
" The Safwan Papers":
http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=253272&forum=15

"THE LOGAR SCROLLS":
http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=464100&forum=303&70

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Browse my Artwork!
https://www.darkmountainarts.com
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