“Tarot for Writers” by Corrine Kenner

"Once reserved for mystics and seers, the tarot is one of the best tools for boosting your creativity and shifting your imagination into high gear. Famous authors such as John Steinbeck and Stephen King have used the tarot deck to tap into deep wells of inspiration, and you can enliven your own writing the same way―whether you craft short stories, novels, poetry, nonfiction, or even business proposals. This book on reading tarot cards and applying them to your writing will guide you through each stage of the creative process, from fleshing out a premise to promoting a finished work. Enhance your storytelling technique through over 500 enjoyable writing prompts, exploratory games for groups and individuals,...>>

“Tarot Journaling: Using the Celtic Cross to Unveil Your Hidden Story” by Corrine Kenner

"A tarot journal can help you learn more about the cards, but it can also teach you a great deal about yourself. Beginning tarot students are advised to keep a tarot journal, and many experienced tarot readers are devoted to the practice. The only book of its kind, Tarot Journaling covers everything needed to create, keep, and preserve a personal tarot journal. Readers will discover hundreds of ideas to inspire and enliven their tarot journals, including considerations when choosing journaling materials, how to save time when recording readings, techniques for getting past writer's block, tips for turning negative energy into a positive brainstorming tool, and innovative ideas for protecting privacy. Tarot Journaling offers readers the...>>

“Tarot Interactions: Become More Intuitive, Psychic & Skilled at Reading Cards” by Deborah Lipp

"Read Any Deck with Deeper and More Meaningful Results Than Ever Before Move beyond reading "card by card" and learn to provide powerful readings with a nuanced, flowing narrative like that of a story or poem. Designed for both beginners and advanced students, Tarot Interactions shows how to interact with the cards in a synergistic way, leading to more dynamic readings with any deck or oracle. Join author Deborah Lipp as she reveals a unique approach to the tarot, with accessible lessons on patterns and layouts, card pairs, using language and storytelling to deepen a reading, techniques for interacting with querents, and developing or utilizing psychic ability. Explore simple yet effective exercises on topics from pathworking...>>

“Tarot Reading Explained” by James Ricklef

"Tarot Reading Explained (a revised edition of "Tarot Tells the Tale") clearly describes the process of reading Tarot cards using a wealth of readings for famous characters from myth, history and literature. Examples include Cinderella looking for Mr. Right and Abel harboring dark suspicions about his brother, Cain. Knowing these stories makes these readings easy to follow and understand. This book also provides card meanings and valuable "how to" tips for doing Tarot readings, all of which take you through easy-to-follow instructions which show you how to put it all together for an insightful Tarot reading. Whether you're a novice just learning how to read Tarot cards or an experienced reader looking to enhance your...>>

“One, Two, Three, Tarot: Three-Card Spreads for Beginning to Advanced Readers” by Emmie McKellen

"The Tarot is an amazingly concise tool for divination: Just three cards can tell you everything you need to know. This short book compiles 47 fun, effective three-card layouts--both classic and original--to enhance your Tarot practice. Each spread is illustrated with a diagram and presented on a separate page for ease of use. The introductory pages cover the basics of Tarot interpretation so beginners can dive right in! With this book, you can perform three-card readings in minutes, and gain insight into love, work, self, or anything you choose. Get more from your Tarot deck with One, Two, Three, Tarot--a grab bag of spreads for every occasion."...>>