Coffee Tarot - Ace of Fire and Ace of Earth Cards
Introducing Sweet and Sour Tarot

10 Questions for Tarotist Deborah Blake


What’s your favorite breakfast food? Bacon. Also, bacon. With a side of bacon. (And no, that’s not what I usually eat.)

Book you’d like to give everyone (or wish they would read)? The Circle Within by Dianne Sylvan

What makes you laugh? Silly cat videos. Silly cats in real life. The Princess Bride.

Song that never gets old: "Blackbird"

Drink of choice: Organic wine

Would you rather be hot or cold? Hot

Mountain, beach, desert, or forest? Beach!

Favorite color? Black

Best movie line: “She turned me into a newt.” “A newt?” “I got better.” (Monty Python and the Holy Grail)

Last thing you splurged on? Books. Always books.

Bonus Q: What’s the most important thing Tarot has taught you? To have faith that the universe would work out the way it is supposed to.

Deborah Blake is the author of eight non-fiction books on modern witchcraft from Llewellyn and the Baba Yaga series from Berkley Romance, including Wickedly Magical (novella), Wickedly Dangerous and Wickedly Wonderful.

Deborah lives in a 120 year old farmhouse in upstate NY with four cats, and runs an artists' cooperative shop when she's not writing. She believes in magic, laughter, chocolate, and wine. The order may change depending on the day. 

You can visit Deborah online at


Deb NF

The Witch’s Broom: The Craft, Lore & Magick of Broomsticks
Everyday Witch Book of Rituals
A Witch’s Dozen
Witchcraft On A Shoestring
Everyday Witch A-Z Spellbook
The Goddess Is In The Details
Everyday Witch A-Z
Circle, Coven & Grove
Everyday Witchcraft


Db Fic

Dangerously Charming (Coming October 2016)
Wickedly Dangerous
Wickedly Wonderful
Wickedly Magical
Wickedly Powerful
Wickedly Ever After
Veiled Magic


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