K is for Kitchen Table Tarot #atozchallenge

I wrote this book! It’s a bit surreal, actually, but it’s out! I’ve gotten a lot of questions since it was published, so I thought I’d answer them for you.  1. What inspired the book? My friend, Suzanne, wanted me to teach her the cards. She lives in Canada, though, so it was tricky. I started a blog so I could teach her, and it got a following of sorts. Then, I turned it into a business, and then I turned my blog into a book. So it’s all Suzanne’s fault, really. 2. Who is this book for? I wrote …

Y is for Young Reader #atozchallenge

My daughter, GIrl Child, is 12. We were talking last night while rocking out to Green Day (she has excellent musical tastes). She said, “You’re 41. You’re not old, and you’re not young. You’re not quite middle aged so what would we call you? Mid-aged? Near Mid Aged?” I suggested we call me 41 and leave it there.  It did get me thinking, though. I’ve been reading tarot cards for 27 years –  longer than I have not. Since I was 14, actually. So I wanted to reach out to the younger readers with some advice that I wish I’d …

The trick is this: Keep your eye on the ball. Even when you can’t see the ball. -Tom Robbins

Jake and I just put out a newsletter this morning, and I have new news already.  Jake is my graphic designer and cohort, and he’s the one who designed this lovely website you’re looking at.  Thanks, Jake! So, the new news is that I got an email from Barbara Moore yesterday telling me that Llewellyn Worldwide would like to publish my book.  After I stopped crying on the side of the road like a little girl with a skinned knee, I said, “Yes, please and thank you”, and then cried some more. This book (as yet untitled) is more than …