Books for 2003?

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Books for 2003?

Postby Chris Aguilar » December 21st, 2002, 8:56 am

Richard,

I know putting out Genii every month eats up the lions share of your time, so forgive me for asking.

Any news as to what new Kauffman books we might see in 2003?

Your books are so excellent in every regard, I'm sure many would like to know what to look out for in the near future. :)

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Re: Books for 2003?

Postby Richard Kaufman » December 21st, 2002, 9:43 am

wert, I really have no idea. Genii eats up time I don't even have!
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Re: Books for 2003?

Postby Brad A._dup1 » December 21st, 2002, 9:34 pm

New books by Kaufman and Company:
"How to publish Genii ON TIME EVERYMONTH, and still do everything else"
"How to Publish a Magic Book without using Magicians"
"Read Genii" (This one is a one page volume)
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Re: Books for 2003?

Postby Chris Aguilar » December 21st, 2002, 9:34 pm

Originally posted by Richard Kaufman:
wert, I really have no idea. Genii eats up time I don't even have!
Understood.

Just got a great deal on back issues with Hamman and Skinner and am just thrilled with them.

Will probably subscribe, but am in horror at what my local post office will do to them.

Nearly as good *and sometimes better* than getting a new book. (Tho' a new Sankey or Jennings book would be a huge thrill) :)


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