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You Can't Fix Stupid - Psychic Tips to Idiot-Proof Your Life

I'm super excited (and proud) to announce that the second book I've formatted and edited for Terry and Linda Jamison--aka the world-famous Psychic Twins--is now available on Amazon.com!

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In all honesty, I found You Can't Fix Stupid: Psychic Tips to Idiot-Proof Your Life to be surprising, fascinating and entertaining. The Twins not only mock the stupidity of humanity in general (including celebrities, Darwin Award contenders, dumb daters and clueless criminals)--but also poke fun at their own OMG-Can-You-Believe-I-Did-That?! moments. 

From urban legends to conspiracy theories, current political shenanigans to alien implants, The Psychic Twins not only point out how we play out "stupid" on life's stage--but also offer wise, sharp, actionable tips to enhance our intuitive ability and make smarter choices. 

Filled with full-color photos of The Jamison Twins as comics, models, night circus performers, entertainers at star-studded events, costume designers, artists and psychic detectives—You Can’t Fix Stupid is a feast for the eyes, a balm for the soul and a splash of ice water for the naïve mind. 

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Here's a sneak peek of the goodies in store for you:

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter One: BITCH, PLEASE.
Chapter Two: PREDICTION ADDICTION
Chapter Three: LET’S CREATE WORLD PEACE
Chapter Four: HARRY POTTER MEETS THE HUNGER GAMES
Chapter Five: THE BLACKLIST
Chapter Six: STUPID SKEPTICS
Chapter Seven: SMOKE AND MIRRORS
Chapter Eight: PROVE IT: STUPID SCIENCE
Chapter Nine: THE GIRLS WITH THE CRYSTAL BALLS
Chapter Ten: HIGH HEELS BACKWARDS
Chapter Eleven: TRANCING WITH THE STARS
Chapter Twelve: WE AIN’T AFRAID OF NO GHOSTS! 
Chapter Thirteen: STUPID DATING 
Chapter Fourteen: SHARK TANK
Chapter Fifteen: SQUIDDY, THE PSYCHIC OCTOPUS
Chapter Sixteen: SMACKDOWN! THE PSYCHIC TWINS VS. CONAN O’BRIEN
Chapter Seventeen: SUPERMAN’S PAJAMAS
Chapter Eighteen: 50 SHADES OF STUPID
Chapter Nineteen: SHOOK: THE MANDELA EFFECT
Chapter Twenty: REAL OR HOAX? YOU DECIDE
Chapter Twenty-One: BIGFOOT AND THE PSYCHIC TWINS
Chapter Twenty-Two: IDIOT-PROOFING YOUR LIFE
Chapter Twenty-Three: TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS FOR GOING PRO
Chapter Twenty-Four: APOCALYPSE NOT NOW
Chapter Twenty-Five: OUTSIDE THE BOX

Wait, are you still here?! Don't be stupid: order this funny, insightful, revealing and ultimately helpful eBook on Amazon.com at this link. Aware is the new strong. 

P.S. Want me to edit or write your Mind/Body/Spirit book--or perhaps your Tarot companion or LWB? Send an email to synerjay@atlanticbb.net with your needs and we'll see if we can create magic together.

-- Janet


10 Questions for Tarotist Sg Frindle

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1. What’s your favorite breakfast food? I only have them rarely, but a Buttermilk Biscuit makes my heart sing!

2. Book you’d like to give everyone (or wish they would read)? Just one? I've always had a copy of The Richest Man in Babylon around since high school (1989!) It's still not outdated information.

3. What makes you laugh? Things that are absurd, like Road Runner/ Wylie Coyote antics, or the aberrant art of Barry Kite.

4. Song that never gets old:"You Don't Mess Around With Jim" by Jim Croce. No one tells story in song anymore.

5. Drink of choice: Cold: Sweet Ice Tea (southern gal, can you tell?)  Warm: Oolong tea.

6. Would you rather be hot or cold? Hot. I can even get cold in the A/C.

7. Mountain, beach, desert, or forest? Forest.

8. Favorite color? Amish Blue

9. Best movie line: "That's the way it goes, but don't forget, it goes the other way too". (True Romance)

10. Last thing you splurged on? The Everyday Witch Tarot Deck

Bonus Q for Sg: In your opinion, the best Tarot books are…? Usually from small or indie presses, where the writer's authentic influence is not overshadowed by publisher’s need. I find such voices that need to be shared!

Sg Frindle is a 2nd generation Florida native who loves Books, Animals, Tarot, and Helping others. She recently started her blog http://thetarotyouknow.blogspot.com as a safe outlet from clinical, stodgy Tarot sites—favoring a humorous and imperfect approach.


Janet Boyer on Tarot Insider - Talking Naked Tarot

So I had my first video interview today. Whew! Nerve wracking! Fortunately, I was interviewed by my old friend Dax Carlisle (founder of The Tarot Guild), and his engaging/smart/fun co-host Susanne Warnett. You can watch below. Yes, my eyeball fell out in the first minute--and yes, that's a bottle of Jack. 

Enjoy! (And tell me if you really did in the comments below.) Thankies!

-- Janet


10 Questions for Tarotist Gwendolyn Womack

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1. What’s your favorite breakfast food? Does coffee count? :o) My favorite thing for breakfast would be a simple breakfast taco – scrambled egg and salsa on a corn tortilla. I’m from Texas, land of yummy breakfast tacos.

2. Book you’d like to give everyone (or wish they would read)? As a novelist and book lover, I found this question just impossible to answer. I can’t choose one for everyone. But I can share a book that had a profound effect on me at a young age, and that is Helen Keller’s autobiography The Story of My Life. To read her words, knowing she grew up deaf and blind and barely able to communicate at first and then went on to become a profound writer is truly awe inspiring. “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched—they must be felt with the heart.” – Helen Keller.

3. What makes you laugh? So many things, I have a real silly bone. I wrote some comedies in the past when I was working on screenplays before novels and I’m also a big fan of watching stand-up comedy to unwind. I think laughing at one’s self and some of the absurdities of life in general can be a great tonic.

4. Song that never gets old: Can I go with an album instead? I have been listening to Dead Can Dance for twenty years. I just love them. My favorite albums are Toward the Within and A Passage in Time.

5. Drink of choice:Water. I really love water but maybe that’s a given. Otherwise it’d be coffee in the morning, dark French Roast, freshly ground and just brewed. (I’m crazy picky about coffee.)

6. Would you rather be hot or cold? Cold. I love to bundle up in sweaters and scarves. A cold, sunny day is my favorite kind of weather.

7. Mountain, beach, desert, or forest? This is a tough choice, but I’d have to go with the beach, even though I’m not a big fan of sand. I can sit and watch the ocean for hours and feel rejuvenated.

8. Favorite color? My favorite color changes. Lately, I’ve found it’s purple, but for years it’s been red.

9. Best movie line: From Field of Dreams: “If you build it, they will come.” The whole story (which is fantastic) revolves around this one single line that they keep saying throughout the film.

10. Last thing you splurged on? A trip to New Orleans to research my next book I’m currently writing.

Fortune Teller Cover 400Bonus Q for Gwen: How did you “find” Tarot—and what does it mean to you? I discovered Tarot at an early age. I had my first encounter when I was eleven during a summer trip to France and the experience was memorable. When I was sixteen I started going to psychic fairs and I became good friends with a professional reader and she taught me how she read the cards. I bought a Rider-Waite-Smith deck and read some Tarot books and took a workshop. Tarot became a tool to connect with my intuition. I’m fascinated with many systems of divination, but Tarot has always been close to my heart. My novel, The Fortune Teller, which is coming out June 6th, 2017, is in many ways a love letter to Tarot, wrapped up within a romantic thriller that travels time. It’s been a story I’ve wanted to write for years and it was fascinating to spend time researching the history of Tarot and the myth surrounding the cards. I’m excited to share the book with fellow Tarot enthusiasts and also readers who have never been exposed to Tarot before but are interested in reading a mystery that delves into the cards.

Gwendolyn Womack writes romantic thrillers that explore a spectrum of metaphysical subjects including divination, reincarnation, magic, and ancient explorers. Her debut novel, The Memory Painter, was an RWA Prism Award winner and two-time Indie Next Pick. Her second novel, The Fortune Teller, will be coming out 6/6/17. She lives in LA and paints as a hobby. Visit her website to find out more about Gwen and her work. You can order Gwen’s book The Fortune Teller at Amazon, Barnes&Noble and iBooks

Below, view the book trailer for her exciting new book.