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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/22/10 09:13 PM

Some enterprising customer figured out that you can PayPal me directly to pay for my new book for the public, Knack Magic Tricks. So, if you want to purchase a signed copy, just send $20 via PayPal to moobooks@verizon.net and if enough of you do it maybe I'll have enough money to buy my really cute eight year old daughter a birthday present. :)

Jim Sisti just posted the third positive review of the book on amazon.com. He doesn't like everything I've done, so I figure this book must have turned out okay.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/23/10 12:17 AM

There must be something magical about PayPal because I've had half a dozen orders since posting this information.
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Postby Michel Andenmatten » 01/23/10 03:23 AM

Richard, How much is international postage? Thanks.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/23/10 11:24 AM

Probably more than the book! I suggest you purchase it from amazon.co.uk if you live in Europe.
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Postby Richard Hatch » 01/23/10 04:02 PM

Unless the book is oversized (haven't seen one yet, so it could be) it would probably fit in a flat rate priority mail envelope for just $13.45... which is nearly as much as the book's amazon price, though not quite as much as the list price.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/26/10 12:25 AM

I ordered one from amazon just to see when it would arrive, and that happened today. So, if you've ordered from amazon.com it should be in your hands shortly.

Would be happy to see additional reviews on amazon!
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Postby Seuss » 01/26/10 12:43 AM

just sent order via paypal.

looking forward to it.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/26/10 01:42 AM

Thank you!
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/28/10 09:29 PM

I still have a box of copies Knack Magic Tricks left, and I'd be happy to sign copies for all purchasers--only $20 and you can do PayPal to moobooks@verizon.net.

Hope a few more of you will do a review over at amazon.com.

Thanks.
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Postby Jaybo » 01/29/10 12:51 AM

What a terrific book! Great job, Richard !

I just received a copy from Amazon, and the second entry (Nine Cards by Steinmeyer) makes it worth the price all by itself.

I'm going to order a signed copy for a middle school student in the neighborhood who likes magic. It makes me wonder if IBM or SAM would sponsor a book pool for some of us old guys to contribute to give books to young magic students to encourage them? I'd be happy to contribute.

What a great contribution to the literature.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/29/10 11:22 AM

Thank you.
Please write a review on amazon! Helps sell books! :)
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Postby mrgoat » 01/29/10 11:51 AM

Richard Kaufman wrote:Thank you.
Please write a review on amazon! Helps sell books! :)


I don't have it, but did you a glowing review anyway.

:)
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/29/10 12:12 PM

No review from you on either amazon.com or amazon.co.uk, and it's naughty for you to review the book if you haven't seen it!
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Postby Mark Collier » 01/29/10 12:13 PM

Naughty Goat!
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Postby mrgoat » 01/29/10 12:42 PM

Richard Kaufman wrote:No review from you on either amazon.com or amazon.co.uk, and it's naughty for you to review the book if you haven't seen it!


Naughty, but I intended it to be helpful to you.

Sorry, was only trying to help.

I've deleted it.
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Postby Kent Gunn » 01/29/10 02:21 PM

Some folks were just born naughty. Or to quote Jessica Rabbit,
"I'm not bad, I'm just drawn that way."

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