2022 Imbolc Tarot Blog Hop – Tarot Haiku

PREVIOUS BLOG | MASTER LIST | NEXT BLOG Our wrangler for this blog hop, Arwen Lynch Poe, asked us to compress some of the tarot cards’ meanings into a very short form - a haiku, a knock knock joke, or something similar. Lucky for me, I did the Major Arcana in haiku back in February … Continue reading 2022 Imbolc Tarot Blog Hop – Tarot Haiku

Sacred Knowledge – Samhain Tarot Blog Hop 2021

Previous Blog | Master List | Next Blog It’s the first day of my new job. I have an enjoyable time, and everyone is lovely to work with. At the end of the day, Boss asks me how I liked it. I say it was good, thanks. To which he replies: “Better than sitting at … Continue reading Sacred Knowledge – Samhain Tarot Blog Hop 2021

Vote for my book at the CARTA Awards!

Every year, the International Tarot Foundation organises the CARTA Awards to choose the best of the best authors, artists and creators in the tarot community. This year, my book is among the nominees! Please vote for The Little Book of Tarot on the link below! If you know me, you know this year’s been a … Continue reading Vote for my book at the CARTA Awards!

Life Balance – 2021 Mabon Tarot Blog Hop

PREVIOUS HOP | MASTER LIST | NEXT HOP Yesterday Joy Vernon, our wrangler for this hop, threw in the idea of having a 24 hour deadline. With the topic of ‘life balance’. Now, if this doesn’t throw someone off balance, I don’t know what will! Of course, I do love a challenge, so I signed … Continue reading Life Balance – 2021 Mabon Tarot Blog Hop

Editing Journal Episode 1: TO KEEP OR NOT TO KEEP

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While disposing of the first chapter was absolutely necessary, this paragraph could actually stay in the manuscript. It shows us Helga's character: she talks a lot when she's nervous, and she's really good at tarot and people reading. But the info she shares about these cards has zero relevance to the actual plot, and now I'm torn between leaving it in or taking it out. Mind you, these are actual card meanings that could be used by someone who's learning the tarot, and I want tarot to feature throughout the book. What do you guys think? #tarot #WritingCommunity #amediting #writerlife

Author Interview: Pandemic 19

Who is Pandemic 19? Well, we can say it’s a social experiment, but who is behind it, even I have no idea. In the interview they said: As part of my current WIP and the process, I am remaining anonymous in the background until the author reveal once I publish the last chapter of Pandemic-19 … Continue reading Author Interview: Pandemic 19

Author Interview: SG Kubrak

Mr Kubrak is an avid writer of fiction, with a soft spot for sci-fi. His collection of short stories titled The Five Hundred is available on Amazon, while he works on new books and stories for us to enjoy! Follow him on Twitter at @SGKubrak, and visit his website over here. Tell us about yourself! … Continue reading Author Interview: SG Kubrak