I was 17 when I had my first tarot reading. (That’s me in the picture, sometime in the ’90s.) I had had some very difficult things happen to me when I was growing up, and didn’t have a lot of emotional support at the time. The culture in my home was one of emotional detachment.
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“How do you get so much done?” This is a question I’ve heard a lot over the years. When I was in high school, I worked part-time, held down a magazine internship, and wrote and published my own zines. I also worked my way through college and developed my portfolio doing freelance writing for newspapers
After writing and publishing four books the traditional way, last year I decided to go the self-publishing route for my latest title. Since my first book was published in 2009, I’ve fielded many questions from writers over the years about the ins and outs of publishing: Do you need an agent? How do you handle
Maybe it’s because Venus moved into Aries today. Maybe it’s all the news I’ve been reading, all of the conversations I’ve been listening to. Whatever it is, I feel a push and pull. There’s been an immense, erratic charge rushing through me for the past couple of weeks. I feel like I am on fire
I’ve been reading tarot since 2008, but it took me a long, long time to realize I wanted to build a tarot business. In fact, when I first got into tarot, I never had the intention of doing this professionally. I was so focused on my writing career that I just never imagined that life