Minky Woodcock: The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini #1 Review (Book) – BioGamer Girl Magazine

Minky Woodcock: The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini #1 Review (Book)
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Titan's Minky Woodcock: The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini #1 released on November 15th offering readers an intriguing 1920's mystery story full of twists and turns. The book has some beautiful covers done by well-known artists such as David Mack

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Former kid magician’s book aims to inspire next generation

Born and raised in Minnesota, Justin Flom is more than a former child magician. Following in the footsteps of both grandfathers, his father and, more importantly, his late uncle Larry Flom, the younger Flom is a third-generation magician, a YouTube …
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Magician Justin Flom has been wowing artists and attendees at the annual Country Radio Seminar in Nashville with his incredible feats of magic this week, and he is set to make a return appearance on the “TODAY Show” to perform magic and chat up the release …
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Book review: Novel ‘The Paper Magician’ puts twist on magic

Ceony Twill has been focused on learning a particular kind of magic — smelting. It’s one of several kinds of magic that uses a particular material in the world Utah author Charlie N. Holmberg has created in the fantasy novel “The Paper M “THE PAPER …
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‘The Magician’s Land’: Critics call the third book in Lev Grossman’s trilogy a satisfying finale

It’s not easy to end a series and at the same time please a crowd, but author Lev Grossman seems to have done just that with his novel “The Magician’s Land.” Grossman’s book is the third in a trilogy, preceded by “The Magicians” and “The …
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