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Occupations in the Tarot - A Guide for Readers and Fiction Writers

Occupations Cover 400 I'm very happy to announce that my newest eBook will appeal to TWO distinct types of people: fiction writers and Tarot readers.

What some fiction writer's don't realize is that the 78 cards of Tarot can be used for creative writing and brainstorming. I've just published an eBook for Kindle (or you can get it from my main website) called Occupations in the Tarot: A Guide for Readers and Fiction Writers. This guide (only $2.99) provides HUNDREDS of professions, vocations and roles for characters using Tarot cards. 

For Tarot readers, this eBook is a goldmine for helping client's figure out a job path for a career reading or possible educational choices for college students.

In case you find yourself performing a career reading for a client, or perhaps are searching for a suitable occupation for your novel's protagonist, this Occupations in the Tarot eBook will provide you with hundreds of possible job, role and vocational associations for each of the 78 cards of the Tarot.

Some are tongue-in-cheek, but most are connected to Rider-Waite card imagery, esoteric attributions and twists on traditional interpretations. (For example, the choice for "Furniture Reupholsterer" for The Devil connects with the esoteric mode of consciousness Renewing Intelligence from The Tarot: A Key to the Wisdom of the Ages by Paul Foster Case.)

Click here to have Occupations in the Tarot: A Guide for Readers and Fiction Writers delivered to you in seconds via Kindle. Click here to order directly from my website.

-- Janet Boyer, author of Back in Time Tarot, Tarot in Reverse (Schiffer 2012) and the Snowland Tarot (Schiffer 2013).  


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