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Media Review: Queering the Tarot by Cassandra Snow (book)

I have been eagerly awaiting my copy of Queering the Tarot for ages. Things take a little bit longer to come out in the UK if it’s an American print, so it just heightens the anticipation. And this book did not disappoint. I cannot…


Media Review: Neo Tarot Book and Tarot Deck by Jerico Mandybur

Neo Tarot is a book and deck combination with a direct focus on self-care and development

Media Review: Secrets of the Celtic Cross by Marcus Katz & Tali Goodwin (e-Book)

I spent a lot of time trying to figure out how I wanted to write about this book. I picked up Secrets of the Celtic Cross: The Secret Hisotry of the World’s Most Popular Tarot Spread Featuring  New Tarot Reading Methods out of sheer…

Media Review: An Introduction to Transformative Tarot Counseling by Katrina Wynne

~ Media Review: Transformative Counseling: The High Art of Reading by Katrina Wynne ~ An Introduction to Transformative Tarot Counseling: The High Art of Reading by Katrina Wynne is a short book—only 75 pages, though packs in a lot of information. A couple of…

Media Review: Kitchen Table Tarot by Melissa Cyvona (book)

Kitchen Table Tarot by Melissa Cynova is as refreshing as a fresh glass of water, no matter how many other glasses you’ve already had.

Media Review: Tarot Talks to the Woman Within by Cassandra Eason (Book)

However, once I got past the introduction, I began to enjoy the book. This books is addressed to people looking to dissolve masculine boundaries in the tarot. While I think that a female audience was intended, I do think that there are some great learning opportunities for everyone.

Media Review: Tarot Inspired Life by Jaymi Elford (e-Book)

While normally I breeze through books fairly quickly, but with this one I really took my time. There are plenty of exercises through the whole book, and I wanted to make sure I took part in whatever I could to ensure that I did the book justice.

Media Review: Tarot and Quantum Attraction (Book)

This was an accidental Amazing 1-click buy, but once I realized what I’d done, I thought I’d just role with it. It might surprise me. Plus it was only £4.90, which is insanely cheap for a self-published print book.

Media Review: Holistic Tarot by Benebell Wen

There are two things that I have to say really make this book unique: the promise the title keeps and that it is more than what is between the covers.

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