In 2004 Think Pink was a pamphlet. In 2006, 200 hardcover Think Pink- The Complete Edition were printed and sold out to magicians and mentalists around the world. Now its finally time for the ebook.... More > Imagine being able to divine something a person is merely thinking under test conditions using just a piece of paper and a writing utensil. The Complete Think Pink contains more than beautiful techniques, it is a dissertation on the psychology and process of using it, which can be applied to so many mentalism routines. The illustrations and text make learning it fun and easy. Ran has also included routines and ideas from some of today’s top innovators in mentalism including Andrew Gerard, Greg Arce and Kenton Knepper.
“Think Pink is one of the most powerful tools you will have at your disposal, these touches that are offered here are priceless. If you really want someone to think you can reach inside their mind and reveal their innermost thoughts, this is the one thing you MUST know”. - Andrew Gerard< Less
[Note: This book is neither authorized nor endorsed by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.]
"AND THE OSCAR® GOES TO..." (How does a filmmaker become an Academy... More > Award® winner?) is a unique book that offers aspiring and seasoned filmmakers essential facts to be considered when competing for an Academy Award® nomination for Best Picture, Best Director, and/or Best Screenplay. Film enthusiast and author Adrian Robbe gives an honest and illuminating overview of the Oscar® competition and the role that filmmakers have in it.
Divulging the winning trends of how to successfully posture a film to be a serious competitor at the Academy Awards®, the author discusses how each variable contributes to being nominated for and/or winning an Oscar®. Analysis of changes in the historical, cultural, and political contexts of the Hollywood film industry and how they influence Academy membership voting for winning an Oscar® are also analyzed.< Less
Often, we treat games like work. We buy shelves of thick books. We plan detailed adventures. We memorise rules.
In Play Unsafe, Graham Walmsley explores what happens when you throw the serious stuff... More > away: when you stop working, stop planning and start playing.
This book explains how to make roleplaying less like work and more like play; stop killing other players' ideas and build on them instead; and put stories at the heart of your game.
"Quite, quite brilliant...there are few roleplaying games which wouldn't be better if they tore up a hundred or so pages of rules and replaced them with the text of Play Unsafe." Mr Jack, RPG.NET review: 10 out of 10< Less
“Taking Center Stage” is a 70 page e-book (106 with bonus effect), written by mentalists for mentalists. The aim of this book is to help you build a show (or improve your existing show)... More > so you can put everything you have worked so hard to learn (in the art of mentalism and magic) into a format you can use.
This book is not just about effects or how to perform them. It’s also about what you do when you have your arsenal of effects and are ready to build a show. “
You will be introduced to a tried and true system for laying out your Shows, Developing your Persona and creating Scripts and then marketing your show. Also included in this e-book are the forms needed to get you started and step by step instructions on how to fill them out.
As a bonus (to thank you for reading this book), I’ve included one of my all-time favorite of the effects I’ve created: a stage effect called “Horrific Vacation.” Enjoy< Less