The Magic Story

The Magic Story

by Frederick Van Rensselaer Dey

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The Magic Story by Frederick Van Rensselaer Dey





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A Story Waiting to be Told




The Magic Story has undergone countless reprints since it was first published as an article in Success Magazine in 1900.




This little book contains profound ideas of success and better life that can transform your very own life.




The book contains two parts:




The First part tells us how a no-luck, desperate and poor artist Sturtevant discovers the Magic Story and how the story changed almost all the lives of people with whom he shared the story.




The Second part is the actual Magic Story of perseverance and prosperity. Now, the story is ready to help people of this modern age.




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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781535307727
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/14/2016
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 820,120
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.07(d)

About the Author

Frederick van Rensselaer Dey (February 10, 1861 - April 25, 1922) was an American dime novelist and pulp fiction writer.




He was born on February 10, 1861 in Watkins Glen, New York to David Peter Dey and Emma Brewster Sayre. He attended the Havana Academy, and later graduated from the Columbia Law School. He practiced law and was a junior partner of William J. Gaynor.




Dey took up writing while recovering from an illness. His first full-length story was written for Beadle and Adams in 1881.




Dey married Annie Shepard Wheeler, of Providence, Rhode Island on June 4, 1885 and they had two children. After a divorce he married Haryot Holt (c1870-1950) on April 1, 1898.




In 1891, Street & Smith hired him to continue the series begun by John R. Coryell, on the adventures of Nick Carter. Most of his Nick Carter stories appeared under the pseudonyms "A Celebrated Author" and "The Author of 'Nick Carter'". He wrote over a thousand Nick Carter novelettes, comprising over forty million words, all written longhand.




Dey also worked as a newspaper reporter.




Writing as "Varick Vanardy", he created the "The Night Wind", who appeared in stories from 1913 to the early 1920s. Collected into 4 books, these have been recently reprinted by Wildside Press: Alias, The Night Wind (1913), Return of the Night Wind, The Night Wind's Promise, The Lady of the Night Wind (1918).




"The Magic Story," written in 1899, was extremely popular and are said to have passed through twenty editions.

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