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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 […]

5 Tips for Breaking Writer’s Block

Whether you write professionally, for personal enjoyment, or journal, Corrine Kenner points out that “any blank page can be intimidating.” In her book, Tarot for Writers, Corrine devotes an entire chapter to breaking writer’s block. Her ideas are, of course, excellent for doing just that. But I also think they can be great journal prompts […]

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 […]

Tell Me a Story in 30 Days

We all know that you can use tarot for readings. But did you know that you can use tarot for writing? You can! Corrine Kenner wrote all about it in Tarot for Writers. It is a perfectly logical extension of the traditional use of cards for readings. What is a reading, after all, but a […]