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NaNoWriMo 2012 part 2

Character Development If you haven’t read part 1 of this series, check it out HERE. In Tarot for Writers, Kenner gives tips for developing your characters. We’ll focus on our main character from part one, the sister from the brother/sister duo in the Sun card. Today we’ll pull card for: Goals/Motivations, Stakes, and Internal conflict. […]

NaNoWriMo 2012 part 1

November is National Novel Writing Month. People all over the world are busy typing up their stories with the goal of 50,000 words by November 30. You can find out more HERE. In honor of NaNoWriMo, we’ll look at some exercises from Corrine Kenner’s Tarot for Writers using The Steampunk Tarot. In today’s exercise, we’ll […]

Tarot and Creativity

I did it! Using tarot cards, I actually wrote a novel. Well, very nearly. I wrote the required 50K by November 30 and before this week is up,  I’ll have finished the story. The process was very interesting. I used Corrine Kenner’s Tarot for Writers to get started. I created characters using the spreads in […]

Shuffling Tips from Readers, a Secret Weapon, and NaNo Update

A while back, I posted about shuffling techniques and invited readers to share their shuffling techniques. There were some excellent ideas and I wanted to highlight a few, plus add one of my own. Catherine says I’ve heard some pretty crazy methods and ways to shuffle and cut, but like most things in Tarot, I […]

Lisa Hunt, Sweet Twilight Winner, and NaNoWritMo Update

A Real Treat I’m sure most of you have heard of Lisa Hunt, a very talented artist and tarot expert. Her knowledge of fairy tales, myths, psychology, art, and tarot is impressive not only because of the sheer breadth but also because of the magical way Lisa weaves all these disciplines together to create extraordinary […]

Creating a Character with Tarot

As mentioned in Tell Me a Story in 30 Days, I’m taking the NaNoWriMo challenge. Since I am not a fiction writer, I’m not expecting a readable novel. Instead, I’m hoping to loosen up my imagination and play with my intuition.  Because I really know nothing about writing a novel, I’m using Corrine Kenner’s book, […]

Monogamous or Polygamous?

If you are reading this, I assume you are a tarot reader or at least a tarot enthusiast. (Or perhaps you were lured in by my clever title for this entry.) If you are a tarotist, do you use only tarot cards? I suppose we could take that further…do you use only one deck? If […]