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Topic: Routines for Rascals - sneak peek
Message: Posted by: MrHyde (Mar 1, 2009 05:24PM)
I've had numerous emails and PM's about our new manuscript for childrens and family enetrtainers "Routines for Rascals." It's still not quite complete, but you can take a sneek peek and see what's included http://www.magiccoach.com
Message: Posted by: magicgeorge (Mar 1, 2009 08:05PM)
Well I'm not sure the peek was all that sneeky but it all looks very interesting.

Sneekier peekings much appreciated.
Message: Posted by: Mumblemore (Mar 1, 2009 09:10PM)
It was quite subtle, wasn't it? That said, the volume looks interesting . . .
Message: Posted by: MoonRazor (Mar 2, 2009 09:36AM)
Yeah george not very sneaky at all.
Message: Posted by: magicgeorge (Mar 2, 2009 03:43PM)
Thanks for agreeing, Moony, you forgot to parody the spelling tho.

Seriously, anyone who straps themselves into a straightjacket (or the granny's necklace rope thingmy) within charging distance of a 9 year old has my attention. Any more details?
Message: Posted by: MrHyde (Mar 2, 2009 04:25PM)
LOL , my dyslexia is kicking in

George , As you were the first to peek,I'll be happy to send you the chapter
of your choice. Let me know which. (still a few days off )

timothy
Message: Posted by: MrHyde (Mar 4, 2009 12:17AM)
Manuscript is finished and winging it's way to those who flashed some cash
Message: Posted by: wbzwolinski (Mar 4, 2009 10:35AM)
I just ordered mine. It looks great ... can't wait to get it!

Wolly
Message: Posted by: MrHyde (May 1, 2009 05:01PM)
Here's a letter just in ..

"Hi Timothy,

I bought your Routine for Rascals a while back. I'm liking it a lot.

So far I've included the rope escape. For years I've used Tony Clarke's In n OUT routine and it's served me well but it never really played BIG. Yours does it perfectly.

I've routined it to suit me and included your extra ideas. I have someone with a S### W#### and megaphone and the "B##### of W####" which gets the audience going a treat.

I never explored this principle because it seemed too OBVIOUS to me. I was wrong. It gets a STRONG reaction. I've used it in a pre teen boys show and a mixed family show on stage and both played really well. I 'm pretty sure it's IN.

I'm routing Snake Can Monte and will trial that soon.

Any more 'workers' like these you want to part with, let me know.

All the best,

Julian"


I removed a couple of the words to protect the people who have
invested in the book. Thanks Julian!
Message: Posted by: SolitarySoul (May 4, 2009 12:38PM)
Looks cool - you're whole site looks good with some interesting temptations...
Message: Posted by: MrHyde (May 6, 2009 05:45PM)
Thanks , feel free to ask any questions either here or PM if you need further information about any of our books, recommendations etc.

Timothy
Message: Posted by: wa-na-be (May 8, 2009 05:45AM)
Just ordered the PDF version a few days back. It reads well, have not had a chance to modify or try out any of the ideas yet but I think they will work very well.

You actually get 3 magic routines and 2 basically non magical routines. As Mr Hyde states in the beginning of the book, don't blow by the 2 non magical routines. After reading them I can see where they will be very funny some parts more for the adults.

Mr Hyde gives you the basic routine in each, you will need to add your own personality to make it a finished routine.
Message: Posted by: MrHyde (May 8, 2009 06:12PM)
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On 2009-05-08 06:45, wa-na-be wrote:

you will need to add your own personality to make it a finished routine.

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That's the one thing I can't help with :)