Tarot can become a valuable tool in our daily lives for seeking advice, self help, gaining a clearer perspective, and more. Whether you are a beginner or experienced reader, learn how to connect and work with your cards in ways that help to build your confidence in reading for yourself and others through activities such as: how to write your own interpretations and key words, practice spreads and readings, looking at the symbols in the cards, learning to look for patterns, or knowing the elemental and numerical correspondences. ‘365 Tarot Activities’ is also filled with creative writing prompts, arts and crafts focusing on Tarot, group activities for learning or ice-breaker games, and some bonus challenges going beyond the original 365 activities! This book can be used for individuals, for groups, for message board discussion prompts, or for teaching others.
Targeted Age Group:: 13 and up
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I write non-fiction so there is a lot of research, and I also write metaphysical/occult/new age topics and it can be difficult in that there is not steadfast and hard research on the topics, its not like these things are proven scientifically yet, so its all theory and personal opinion or beliefs.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
To keep working at it, don’t get discouraged by a bad review or a few rejections. And, take some grammar or writing courses…it never hurts to learn how to write properly or how to format a book.
Anderson is the author for several titles both fiction and non-fiction but is most known for her Pagan titles “Magick for the Kitchen Witch” and “Magick for the Elemental Witch.” She also write for Circle Sanctuary Magazine and Lakeside Magazine on a regular basis. View her works and more about her at andersondeanna.weebly.com
When I was learning to read Tarot cards I quickly realized it was impossible to be an effect Tarot reader by simply memorizing all the interpretations and key words, and I was also learning of so many other ways to utilize the cards. I wanted to create something that would show others better ways to learn to read cards as well as ways to connect and use their cards.