Tag Archive: Tarot

Fortune Tellers and Sooth Sayers

Before we get into the soothsaying, how about a $500 Amazon gift card?   If you answer “no, I don’t care anything about that” you can skip to the blog. It’s a scintillating discussion of divination techniques . . . . with pictures. If on the other hand, you are feeling lucky—Here’s the way to grab that cash. I’m participating in a little thing called March Mania with a wondrous wrack of writers—some romance, some paranormal and mostly both. To sign up to win the moohla, just click the picture below or use this link http://www.bestromanceauthorgiveaways.com/march-mania-giveaway/ Wow! Wouldn’t it be great to…
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Best Pagan Deity EVER–The Green Man

     As nature spirits go, the Green Man rocks. He’s the embodiment of Spring, of Nature, of rebirth and renewal, of fertility.  Carvings of the Green Man date back to the 11th century in Britain and tales of him are incorporated in myths and stories from long before that. So powerful is his he that even the rising tide of Christianity in Britain and Europe did not prevent stonemasons from carving his likeness on buildings–even churches.      A folklorist coined the phrase The Green Man in 1939. Prior to that, he was known simply as the foliate head.…
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Free Tarot Readings for PRG Book Club Members and a Contest for Everybody

I’m taking over the PRG Book Club’s FaceBook page this week.  It’s a fun opportunity and a chance to connect with people who read the kinds of things I write. Stop by and get a reading if you are curious.  You will need to join the group and wait for approval, which usually comes within a very short time. On Tuesday, July 14, and again on Friday, July 17, I’m doing free tarot readings between 5 and 7 p.m. CST on the PRG Book Club FaceBook page. Anna, the main character in my paranormal romance, Just Like Gravity, reads tarot…
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F is for Fortuneteller

Welcome to the first of several A-Z blogs which will serve as shameless promotions for Just Like Gravity, my paranormal romance due out in March/April.  You have been warned!! The protagonist, Anna, is a fortuneteller. She’s skeptical, though, and doesn’t really believe in divination though her mother taught her all the ways to do it.  Then the bad dreams start—dreams so intense they leave her shaken and terrified of what is to come.  She uses tarot cards to tell her own fortune and they lead her to Scotland. The book follows her on her quest to decode and overcome her…
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