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Postby Tom Stone » 12/30/09 07:24 AM

Due to various reasons, I will remove all my ebooks tomorrow.
After December 31, they will become unavailable, and will not return.
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Postby Matthew Field » 12/30/09 11:13 AM

If you don't have these, you're really missing some great thinking and some great magic. Surf on over to Tom's site and check them out before it's too late.

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Postby Seuss » 01/01/10 01:36 AM

bought 2 earlier today. very pleased... wish I had time (money) to pick up more today.

my first disappointment of 2010 is not being able to buy them all.
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Postby Shazzbatt » 01/10/13 03:03 PM

Tom has made all his ebooks available for two days only. They'll be gone again by Saturday morning.
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Postby Joji Matsuo » 01/10/13 09:34 PM

Thanks for the heads up.
I recently read the 2010 Genii feature on Tom and wanted to get my hands on some of his material (thinking).
DL'd Random walk, Plots, Spells, and Typos, Marvelpiece, and Flatland. Now to find a cave to hide in before my wife finds out.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/10/13 11:23 PM

You can never go wrong with anything Tom Stone has sold.
Never!
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Postby Mike Remington » 01/11/13 06:24 AM

Any particular recommendations?

Were any of these included in the big books?
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/11/13 12:19 PM

Some of the material was included in the two large books, but not all. For the price, all of them are more than worth it.
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Postby Matthew Field » 01/11/13 01:39 PM

I love Tom's e-books. There is a wealth of material not included in "Vortex" or "Maelstrom." Get 'em while you can.

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Postby Joji Matsuo » 01/12/13 03:40 AM

Mike Remington wrote:Any particular recommendations?

Were any of these included in the big books?


I haven't had time to read everything I got. I wanted to grab some things during this two-day window so I clicked through the links on Tom's website to read the reviews here and on the MC to decide.

That said, if you're a card guy, Flatland Fever is a no-brainer. I am glad I got it.
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Postby Tom Stone » 01/19/13 04:10 PM

If anyone here isn't a Genii subscriber, I've collected essays from my first year as an Genii columnist in an ebook titled "Scribbles 2009" at http://shop.tomstone.se
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/19/13 10:24 PM

Needless to say, highly recommended. Tom is one of magic's most original thinkers, pushing against boundaries most of us had never thought about before.
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Postby Tom Stone » 01/20/13 05:45 PM

I've also collected writings on advanced misdirection from 2011 in the ebook "Stonebound 2011".
26 pages, 71 illustrations and 3 animations.
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Postby Duane Gillam » 01/20/13 11:45 PM

Tom Stone's lecture on misdirection at the Genii Bash was, for me, a standout in an event that was packed with many of the best performers and lecturers in the magic world.
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Postby Tom Stone » 01/21/13 07:09 AM

Thanks! By the way, I would not be at all distraught if anyone would post about the most recent collections over at Magic Cafe. ;)
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Postby Matthew Field » 01/21/13 07:37 AM

Posted the info on the Caf.

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