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Monday, April 2, 2012

FINALLY ...MY BOOK!!!



I was hesitant to write this post but now feel confident that my DSIC book will FINALLY be a go after much waiting, and disheartening past moments from other publishers. I’m excited to finally get this thing moving once again! I know it seems as if I’ve made this post before but hopefully this will be the last time. I do not have a DATE FOR RELEASE of the book yet, but I do have confirmation of a contract and a very supportive publishing company who is behind me and thinks this book will be a tremendous success!

I’ve been continuing with my work and working with a promising student who is deciding to try this experiment and work it as I have given it as well. Even with the book’s progression toward print, the work that this book describes in detail has blossomed into a growing art which I hope will inspire many competent magicians. My hope is that it will yield similar, astounding fruit from its use and application.  Thank you to all my fellow magicians who have read and supported this work and in particular to Magus Michael Cecchetelli for introducing me to my prospective publisher.

 

Traditional magic work is tedious, time consuming, and difficult to juggle with the equal task of living a successful, modern-day lifestyle. The effects of results and experiences are worth it for those who achieve it though, and I hope this book will do just that for those who have a desire to see it done no matter the difficulty.

 Thank you to all those who have been patiently waiting for this, I've been eager to get it to you....hopefully the wait shall not be much longer!

11 comments:

  1. Congrats Fra.Ashen!
    Writing is a nice way to revise what we do and share to others.

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  2. still no publication date yet, there was a request for more info from the reviewers, more diagrams...Its in the editing, designing and updating phase, so good news is, the book will have even more more content than originally conceived. I still think the wait is hardest for me though, but glad people are still looking forward to it.

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  3. Im sure it will be well worth the wait. Just curious as to how many pounds of beeswax did you need to construct and complete all the Almadels?

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  4. It is in the stages of final editing, image and
    Picture structure and placement and similar-finishing touches. Sadly though, still no end date in site.

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  5. Hi there, you can reach me at BryanAshen@yahoo.com

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