Magicman2292, it takes many, many more months that a few to get a good stage show prepared if you haven't even built the illusions. Try building them yourself. See how that works. If it doesn't, you can hire a builder, but it is expensive as crap. BTW, try out some of Andrew Mayne's stage illusions. They are cheap, easy, and you can add your own patter with relative ease. Do some free shows and get a feel for who you are on stage.
Thanks for the advice...I appreciate it. I know that I need more tricks and I'm kinda working on that, also, do you know where I can do free shows?
Look for festivals and fundraising events in your area. Contact them and let them know what you have to offer. If they're interested, they'll let you know and presto, you should have a show.
For example to the above, check charities like cancer fundraisers or children's hospitals fundraising events for your possible show.
It can get your name out, perhaps tv/newspaper/media coverage, etc..... After a couple of these shows, you have some credits to your name (shows that you have performed). And try not to let anybody other than the person/people you are dealing with that it is a free show so that you don't become known as the magician who does free shows. Once you become established, free shows are OK (where people can know) if it's for charities like a children's hospital for example.
These free shows will also give you some real world experience that will help establish you as a performer.
You may also try a couple of free shows with your family/friends. If they could book a hall/large room somewhere or perhaps in a large backyard. Example, if you have any little siblings or cousins or something, offer the show for one of their next birthdays.
Or a summer block party.