From the introduction: "Seemingly impromptu mental effects are among the
strongest you can do. The apparent lack of preparation is what makes them seem real. But never forget that it is the illusion of impromptu, and not its reality, that gives such effects their impact."
"Impromptu" does not mean unprepared, nor does it refer to the ridiculous notion held by many that to be truly impromptu the effect must be something you can do anywhere, anytime, even if you happen to be totally naked.
Impromptu, more sensibly, refers to the effect on your audience. The effect should either SEEM to have been improvised (the illusion of the first time) or to have been an apparently spontaneous happening.
- Impromptu Book Test
- Impromptu Murder Mystery
- Eye Drops Living and Dead
- The Mag Eye Moves and Peeks
- The Falling Pen
- Fetch Mullica Robin and the Super Prediction
1st edition 2006; 24 pages.
word count: 8749 which is equivalent to 34 standard pages of text