Wordsmithing Magic from the Crossroads

My Tarot Books

When I started my blog in 2003, I wanted to initiate conversations on a wide-ranging platform of magical topics. But I also knew that I would focus on my true love, the Tarot.

So I began pulling one card every Monday morning, and then writing about it, for whoever happened across my site. No other layout cards, just a card a week.

Thus, my Card of the Week began.

Now, after nearly 1,000 weekly online readings, my clients, site visitors, colleagues, and friends have finally prevailed upon me to consolidate these posts into an organized reference book. So that is exactly what I am doing.

I will continue to post one card a week, but no longer keep an ongoing archive, since that’s what the book will be. Makes sense, right?

And after that? Yes, I have already drawn up the outline for another Tarot book that I long to share with you.

Stay tuned for lots of news and updates along the way!Mockup graphic of a purple book under construction with stars in the background

Words not only describe what they say,
but also suggest what can never be said.

~ John O’Donohue
(Be sure to check back weekly;
there’s new inspiration every Sunday.)

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