This is my first post on this forum, and I would like to attempt to dispell a few myths about my friend [censored]. I have known Mark on and off for nearly forty years. We worked together many years ago pitching Svengalis for the late Ron MacMillan. We did many shows together, including the Spring Show in Dublin where I first met Quentin Reynolds. I have not yet read Mark's new ebook, but I hear it is excellent. Professor Spellbinder is also a good friend, with a great literary talent, so I am sure the book is of the high standard set by his other books which I have read.
Mark, like myself, may not be everyone's cup of tea. His humour is michevious, and he often says it like it is. This man is an icon in the world of magic and cyberspace. He is an extremely talented and creative performer, and is often misunderstood. He, like so many Brits, is a master at the great British wind-up. However, underneath it all, he is a harmless little fuzzball, with a talent that, at times, borders on genius. If you knock him, bash him, and put him down like some of you are doing here......shame on you! Jolly Roger