Imagine being able to offer a challenge that you will do a trick with any object, any member of the audience might have on them. Yes, you can do just that and with complete safety and no fear of failure.
The advertising and publicity possibilities with this act are unlimited. Challenge your friends or family to stump you. Advertise that if someone in the audience stumps you, then they don't pay your show fee. This will give you a competitive edge over other magicians in your area.
HOW WAS THIS ACT CREATED: At a meeting of the I.B.M, Grant commented to another magician, "Wouldn't it be unusual if a magician could offer to do a trick with any object handed to him? Remember, this was just a random comment by U. F. Grant. The magician immediately told the other members, "Gen Grant said he would do a trick
with any object handed to him!" Grant was taken completely by surprise. He was not prepared for this. A lady in the front row removed her shoe and handed it to Grant. What would you have done? Well, Grant proceeded to a very fine piece of magic with the lady's shoe. In this e-book, it is revealed what he did.
NO FEAR OF FAILURE: After you have read this e-book, you will see how U. F. Grant has covered all the possibilities. There is no chance for failure. If, however, you wish to practice to give yourself confidence, then you can practice with your family. Just one trial will give you all the confidence you will need.
BONUS ACT INCLUDED
BE THE MAN OR WOMAN WHO DOES OVER 1,000 TRICKS: How would you like to be able to advertise that you can do over a 1,000 tricks? Well you can and with perfect safety, too. Here is an act which would be well worth the time to put together and the set-up is so simple. Fully explained in this PDF. No you don't do 1,000 tricks at one show, but give the audience a choice of over a 1,000 tricks and you do the ones they choose. Imagine the advertising possibilities. Yes, you can do this act and create a sensation.
1st edition 2017, 16 pages.
word count: 6001 which is equivalent to 24 standard pages of text