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Re: fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Postby Rob » Fri Mar 23, 2012 10:10 pm



mdawg wrote:Will the contents of this book required half the contents of a craft store or just the usual mentalist supplies?


So long as you have a deck of Tarot cards to hand, and some very basic supplies, you're good to go :D

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Re: fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Postby mdawg » Fri Mar 23, 2012 10:24 pm

Thanks Rob, Is this an E-book or printed.

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Re: fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Postby Rob » Fri Mar 23, 2012 10:29 pm

mdawg wrote:Thanks Rob, Is this an E-book or printed.


It's an eBook

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Re: fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Postby Reverend Tristan » Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:30 pm

Nik glad you enjoyed it and that you are going to go back and lokk at it again.

Mdawg if you want a hard copy then drop me a pm as I am thinking about making it a real book :D

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Re: fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Postby mdawg » Sun Apr 08, 2012 9:52 pm

I'm more likely to get chance to read the ebook. I do prefer hard copies but always have my Tablet on me these days. This book appeals to me as I'm more likely to carry tarots than playing cards these days

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Re: fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Postby Reverend Tristan » Sun Apr 15, 2012 11:55 am

mdawg wrote:I'm more likely to get chance to read the ebook. I do prefer hard copies but always have my Tablet on me these days. This book appeals to me as I'm more likely to carry tarots than playing cards these days


Well two out of the three routines are based around tarot cards so would be right up your street mdawg :D

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Re: fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Postby Stephen Ward » Tue Apr 17, 2012 4:56 pm

Just finished reading mine and i will be using the first effect in the book for a Summer show. Great Stuff

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Re: fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Postby Lady of Mystery » Wed Apr 18, 2012 9:10 pm

I've just finished reading this and have really enjoyed it. I'll writwe up a proper review when I get the chance but just wanted to say that I love the theatrical nature of the effects and the billet peak is just beautiful, really something that I'm looking forward to taking away and using ion my own routines.

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Re: fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Postby Lady of Mystery » Wed Apr 18, 2012 9:10 pm

I've just finished reading this and have really enjoyed it. I'll writwe up a proper review when I get the chance but just wanted to say that I love the theatrical nature of the effects and the billet peak is just beautiful, really something that I'm looking forward to taking away and using ion my own routines.

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Re: fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Postby Reverend Tristan » Thu Apr 19, 2012 11:01 am

I'm glad you two enjoyed it, and everyone seems to like the peek! Not what I was expecting but I like all my methods to have a reason why and that peek happens at the logical moment in the routine :D

Thanks once again for the kind words.

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Re: fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Postby Lady of Mystery » Thu Apr 19, 2012 11:54 am

Honestly, that peak is lovely! It could be used with so many things, as it is with the matchbox when not only setting light to a billet but perhaps lighting a candle and some incense if you wanted to do such things. It could also be used with perhaps a card box, stack of index or business cards, a book... just so many posibilities. :D

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Re: fragmented Thoughts by Reverend Tristan

Postby Reverend Tristan » Sun Apr 22, 2012 9:24 pm

Lady of Mystery wrote:Honestly, that peak is lovely! It could be used with so many things, as it is with the matchbox when not only setting light to a billet but perhaps lighting a candle and some incense if you wanted to do such things. It could also be used with perhaps a card box, stack of index or business cards, a book... just so many posibilities. :D

:) thanks, now you have got me thinking.

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