I am delighted to have a private office in downtown Woodstock, New York, in which to do readings for folks. Appointments are arranged by email via email@example.com and are $65.00 for up to 40 minutes with any of the following decks: Rider-Waite-Smith, Gummy Bear Tarot, Halloween Tarot, Dreaming Way Tarot, Heart&Hands Tarot, or Slutist Tarot. The custom Arma*** deck, formerly available for readings at $81.00 for up to 40 minutes, is now also $65.00 for up to 40 minutes. The deck is very popular and I want more people to be able to try it out for a lower fee.
NB: PLEASE CHECK IF THERE IS A CURRENT SPECIAL PRICE FOR NEW CLIENTS–LOOK AT THE MOST RECENT POSTS TO SEE.
When you email me I will send you a writeup of what to expect at an appointment.
Work on the book continues to go really well, so we will see that emerge sometime. Meanwhile I look forward to reading for you in charming downtown Woodstock, New York, starting January 2018, or by email, or at private tarot parties which I read for in the Woodstock NY area. Please also see the candle services which I offer.
New clients (or those returning after a while) pay only half price for their first private tarot session at my office in downtown Woodstock NY. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for your appointment. Best days will likely be Fridays through Mondays–
Thanks to the very helpful folks at Time Warner Spectrum and whatever else the name is, I have a good email address now.
email@example.com is the new email for me for business and personal. PLEASE CHANGE THIS EMAIL FOR ME IN YOUR RECORDS, SINCE I HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO CONTACT SOME FOLKS SINCE YAHOO IS UNAVAILABLE TO ME SO I LOST THEIR CONTACT INFORMATION. Thanks for your patience, you guys!
My email to repeat client while doing a candle for them today, 5/8/19:
“Also, are you guys having too much coffee? I could SMELL coffee in the sage I was burning with your candle, which usually does not smell like coffee but does always smell like whatever issue the people are having–I’d check with [another insider who likes coffee] if I were you!”
The reply was: “Yes! we have been having a lot of it! I will try to cut down on it! thanks for the candle, as always it’s great!”
Private email from today (5/5/19) about candle which had been finished fifteen minutes previously, used by permission of client who is part of a multiple system, which is what she means by “being out”:
is it done now? I’m feeling some benefit
from it already! I don’t feel anxious
and even though we’re sick I don’t feel
that bad when I am out.
thanks for doing that for me!
I spent this past Thursday through Sunday at The Tarot School’s Readers Studio in NYC, created by the wonderful Ruth Ann and Wald Amberstone with Lelia and Irene, who were all in attendance. It was so great to see old friends and to spend time with and learn from many excellent teachers and authors, as well as from many ‘plain old folks’, those of us who are not in those official big-cheese categories. Main speakers included Rana George, Heatherleigh Navarre, Carrie Paris, George Koury, Sasha Graham, and Ethony, who all gave great presentations and were available all weekend to chat with and get insights from. Since I am not a selfie person, I didn’t wind up in many of those, but there are many lovely photos online about the event. I also had an opportunity to get a really great private reading from Gina Thies, whom I love. It was very worthwhile and highly recommended. It was also so great to spend time with folks like Beth Owl’s Daughter whom I usually know through her great blog, and Sheilaa Hite whose work I love and whom I have had some great times dancing with in past years. Local luminary Robert M. Place was in attendance with his scholarly and beautiful art, decks, and books, and there were maybe 250 more folks whose names I will not glaringly name-drop here, since I either spent little time with them or they are private folks.
Most exciting for me now is that my book is really coming along, and there is interest from at least one publisher, so I am thrilled and have incentive to keep working on it hours and hours a day, which I am doing. A little support group of published authors led by Kooch N. Daniels and her husband Victor Daniels and including a few of us who are unpublished was started, and now it feels great to have some support plus some accountability. I’ll keep you posted!