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10 Questions for Tarotist Angie Turner

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What’s your favorite breakfast food? Coffee and cheesecake!

Book you’d like to give everyone (or wish they would read)? The Bible—particularly the New Testament to see what Jesus REALLY said.

What makes you laugh? My kids. They're a silly bunch.

Song that never gets old: Worth Fighting For” by Judas Priest.  Especially the acoustic version of the song.

Drink of choice: Coffee!

Would you rather be hot or cold? Cold.  I can put on enough to get warm, but can't take off enough to get cool.

Mountain, beach, desert or forest? Forest.  I pretty much live in one now.  :-)

Favorite color? Blue.

Best movie line:  The one I quote most often is from the original Robocop: "I'd buy THAT for a dollar!

Last thing you splurged on? New perfume.  I'll wear cheap clothes, but I want expensive perfume and expensive coffee.  ;-)

Bonus Q: If you could sit down to dinner with any famous metal band, who would it be?  Judas Priest!  My favorite band of all time.  

Angie Turner has been reading and studying the Tarot for 45 of her 57 years. She has also studied many other forms of divination from astrology to zoomantia (divination by the movement or behavior of animals, if you didn't already know). She has always been interested in the mystical and magical and expects to continue being interested in the future.

In addition to her occult studies, Angie is also a wife, a mother of 7, foster mom of 2, grandmother of 4, cat mom of 12 and has been neighborhood mom to many. (One of her foster kids gave her the nickname “Cosmic Mom”, because she was a mother figure to so many.) Angie is a redhead, a metalhead, a writer of fan fiction and the world's oldest Nerd Girl.

If you would like a reading from Angie, you can reach her on Facebook at or at Your first reading is only $10. She looks forward to hearing from you.



Now there's a girl after my own heart - Tarot, good coffee, expensive perfume and Judas Priest - hell yeah, sign me up! Great interview, ladies!

Janet Boyer

HAHAHAHA! Agreed! ;o) Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment, Shannon. XO

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