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About the Author

Richard Webster (born December 9, 1946) is an author, ghostwriter, mentalist, hypnotis wikipedia editor and magician. Richard Webster was born in Auckland, New Zealand. He was educated at King’s School and King’s College. As a child, he wrote and produced a weekly neighbourhood newspaper called The Waiochiel  that he sold to his neighbours. He worked in publishing for several years before starting his career as a writer, entertainer, and speaker. He initially worked as a ghost writer, and wrote a small book on the subject. He is the author of 112 books, mainly on New Age topics. He has also written three novels.

His books have been translated into 29 languages: Bulgarian, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Bahasa Indonesia, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai and Turkish.

Rainbow News described him as “one of the most successful writers in the country”. New Idea magazine wrote that Richard is “probably New Zealand’s most successful author”. Webster has appeared on numerous radio and TV programs, including Hard Copy, WMAQ-TV (Chicago), KTLA-TV (Los Angeles), KSTW-TV (Seattle), and Mike and Maty (ABC). In 1996, he was one of the performers on The Great Kiwi Magic Show on TV3.

In 2000 the Richard Webster Popular Fiction Award was established, with the winner receiving a $5,000 prize and publication of their winning entry. Webster is a past president of the New Zealand Society of Magicians. He received the prestigious Grand Master of Magic Award in February 2013.


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