The Magic Café
Username:
Password:
[ Lost Password ]
  [ Forgot Username ]
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » Books, Pamphlets & Lecture Notes » » Best Paul Gordon book? (1 Likes) Printer Friendly Version

 Go to page [Previous]  1~2~3~4~5 [Next]
Card-Shark
View Profile
Inner circle
Germany
1700 Posts

Profile of Card-Shark
Paul, don´t forget Andi Gladwin, he also publishes great books.
Image

The Person Who Says It cannot Be Done Should Not Interrupt The Person Doing It!
Chinese Proverb
PaulGordon
View Profile
Elite user
475 Posts

Profile of PaulGordon
Oh yes, Andi, too! His JP was/is very good-looking; aside from the great contents.

Paul
abecarnow
View Profile
New user
28 Posts

Profile of abecarnow
All of Paul Gordon's books are worth reading. If you like to explore card magic, he's your guy. His best book? The one he hasn't released yet (but I predict he will one day): The BEST of Paul Gordon. It will see the light of day, and I'll be the first advance order.

Best,

Abe
PaulGordon
View Profile
Elite user
475 Posts

Profile of PaulGordon
Thank you, Abe. You are a very loyal customer and it's appreciated.

Until the BEST of is ready (in a few years), COOL CARD MAGIC is a good bet!

Best, Paul Gordon
Andi Peters
View Profile
Inner circle
1331 Posts

Profile of Andi Peters
Paul, do you do magic with anything other than cards?
PaulGordon
View Profile
Elite user
475 Posts

Profile of PaulGordon
Dear Andi,

NO!

Well, I can - but I don't! When I'm working (professional entertainer) - it's 100% cards.

Best, Paul Gordon
Rindfleisch
View Profile
Elite user
New Jersey
497 Posts

Profile of Rindfleisch
Paul's material is top notch! I have enjoyed working with him on past projects and look forward to the emails that say's, "I have a new project and would you contribute" Through those emails I've made a good friend across the pond. Like I said paul's material top notch and very comercial. I look forward to seeing more from him.

Joe Rindfleisch
check me out on facebook #MAGICTOTD
PaulGordon
View Profile
Elite user
475 Posts

Profile of PaulGordon
Thanks Joe....it was great meeting you at FFFF, and thanks for your contributions to both The Second 16th Card Book and Carbon Footprints. Both books are proving to be very popular!

After FFFF, I completed - with/for Tom Craven - The Keeper Card Book.

Best, PG
Andi Peters
View Profile
Inner circle
1331 Posts

Profile of Andi Peters
Quote:
On 2008-07-14 19:38, PaulGordon wrote:
Dear Andi,

NO!

Well, I can - but I don't! When I'm working (professional entertainer) - it's 100% cards.

Best, Paul Gordon

Even for kids who might be at the function?

Surely you must have a couple of sponge balls tucked away for emergencies Smile
PaulGordon
View Profile
Elite user
475 Posts

Profile of PaulGordon
Nope! Always cards...

But, to be frank, I try and avoid the kids (under 12's) anyway. I don't like bending down:)

Paul
Leo Reynolds Jr
View Profile
Special user
826 Posts

Profile of Leo Reynolds Jr
Wow is Paul Gordon fast!
Received his package from England today.
He mailed on Monday.
Just can't believe it.
Everything is in good shape and in-tacked.

Thanks again Paul

Magically Leo JR
Leo Reynolds Jr
View Profile
Special user
826 Posts

Profile of Leo Reynolds Jr
Had to look at Paul's books opened Card Collective and looked at first trick "The Amazing Four-Card Trick".This is prefect just the kind of card magic I look for Any Deck, Anywhere,and Anytime.Also took a look at Emulsion Cards bet I wear these cards out! Great routine and I love the look of the antique cards perfect for walk around. An Oil and Water effect that is fast,easy and reset ats the end.

Mats your going to want these.

No Aces and Eights
Leo Jr
PaulGordon
View Profile
Elite user
475 Posts

Profile of PaulGordon
Thanks, Leo, for the kind words...I hope you enjoy the rest of the tricks from both books, and if you do - let me know. By the way, the 3rd part of the trilogy - COOL CARD STUFF - is out in 2 weeks.

Best, Paul Gordon
Leo Reynolds Jr
View Profile
Special user
826 Posts

Profile of Leo Reynolds Jr
Quote:
On 2008-07-12 09:36, Vlad_77 wrote:
In MY opinion, all of Paul Gordon's books are worthy of addition to any good library.


Guess Vlad_77 was right. I love Paul's books.
So Paul I'm off to your web page to order the new one "Cool Card Stuff"

Anyone who wants some great walk around or impromptu card trick should check out Paul's work. Also anyone new to magic looking for some intermediate tricks that have that special WOW to them should take a look.

I'm not a expert or I'm I very good but a lot of these are within my abilities.
PaulGordon
View Profile
Elite user
475 Posts

Profile of PaulGordon
Dear Leo,

Thanks for ordering COOL CARD STUFF. Delivery, this time, won't be as fast as before due to copies not arriving from printer until end of next week. But, that just gives you more time to try the stuff in the other books.

Best, Paul Gordon
Leo Reynolds Jr
View Profile
Special user
826 Posts

Profile of Leo Reynolds Jr
No Thank You
I have more than enough stuff in these two books to keep me busy for a long time ,Just looked at Laymen Assembly in "Card Collective". Now that is a COOL
trick all I can say is keep them books coming.

Magically Leo Jr
P.S. Please don't forget to autograph the book.
jbadman
View Profile
Special user
London
916 Posts

Profile of jbadman
Paul has some great material. He's also a great guy. He was kind enough, in fact, to show a group of us one of his finest routines (unpublished) in the bar in the Ruskin; it's a very thoughtful piece, the patter revolving around various stages in life and the effect these stages has on the person in question. Extremely tasteful and clever. Perhaps with some encouragement, Paul would consider releasing this routine to the masses?

Jamie.
http://www.underground-collective.com - check out our new DVD now!
PaulGordon
View Profile
Elite user
475 Posts

Profile of PaulGordon
Hi Jamie,

Thank you for the kind words...

Ah yes, my famous "water" effect! I thought I'd release a one-trick DVD on it and sell it for £50:) (By the way, I did it at a friends party and I really pi**ed someone off! Oops!)

See you at IBM in Sept? Or, next year at Blackpool?

Paul

By the way folks, COOL CARD STUFF is in stock (very early) and will post on Monday 28th July....
PaulGordon
View Profile
Elite user
475 Posts

Profile of PaulGordon
BTW, Jamie - If I recall correctly, YOU'VE got a tasteful card trick that could do with marketing, too????

PG
jbadman
View Profile
Special user
London
916 Posts

Profile of jbadman
We should get together and put out our 'less than savoury' collection ;-)

Can't make Blackpool (skiing instead) but IBM almost certainly...

Jamie.
http://www.underground-collective.com - check out our new DVD now!
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » Books, Pamphlets & Lecture Notes » » Best Paul Gordon book? (1 Likes)
 Go to page [Previous]  1~2~3~4~5 [Next]
X
[ Top of Page ]
All content & postings Copyright © 2001-2019 Steve Brooks. All Rights Reserved.
This page was created in 0.48 seconds requiring 5 database queries.
The views and comments expressed on The Magic Café
are not necessarily those of The Magic Café, Steve Brooks, or Steve Brooks Magic.
> Privacy Statement <

ROTFL Billions and billions served! ROTFL