Hi, folks! My new ebook [b]Paper Prophecies[/b] — three prediction effects that can be performed with special props that you print, fold, and make — has received great reviews from Richard Webster, Robert Neale, and many users on this site. And now the August issue of [b]MAGIC Magazine[/b] includes a review by Arthur Trace. Arthur writes, "The material in Paper Prophecies is charming, memorable, and fun to do. The plots and props will intrigue your audience. If you decide to let your audience keep the props, they will have a token of their experience that they will cherish for a long time to come.” Thanks to Arthur and MAGIC!
Here's what Richard and Robert had to say about the ebook:
“Paper Prophecies is an incredible bargain. I enjoyed making the props and have had great fun performing the effects. My favorite is Fortune8. The necessary force is undetectable, and it’s wonderful to be able to give the fortunetelling device to the volunteer at the end. I hope this is the start of a series. ” — Richard Webster
“This publication is a total delight. The design is elegant. The methods are clever. The presentations are funny, charming, and even thoughtful. To any magician, I would exclaim, ‘You want class? Witness this creation.’” — Robert Neale
You can watch a three-part interview about the thinking behind Paper Prophecies here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPZuj8ThKYfD34OpXp4KmUSM4etCMRW_w
You can find Paper Prophecies in the hidden store on my website: http://www.davidparr.com/store/