Tarot for Fiction Writers Book Release

Hi, lovely reader-writers. I have something big that I’ve been waiting to share with you for a long time:

The Writersaurus is publishing its first book!

For the last few years, several readers have asked why I don’t start publishing writing guides under The Writersaurus name. It’s definitely an idea that’s been on my radar, but I’ve put it off because I didn’t want to just regurgitate the same information as everyone else. I wanted to add something to the conversation, something that only I could say.

Well, Tarot for Fiction Writers is that book. I believe it is something unique, and that it will change the way you write. It’s not just a guide to using the tarot as a writing tool, but to truly taking control of your creative process. You need this book if you want to learn how to write better stories faster, because it will help you take your storytelling game to the next level.

Tarot for Fiction Writers and its companion workbook, The Fiction Writer’s Tarot Journal, will release on March 1. They will be available on Amazon, and will be enrolled in Kindle Unlimited. Preorder before March 1, and you can download it for only 3.99 – that 20% off the list price!  Click here to preorder your copy now!

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H. Duke writes fantasy, horror, and more. Her works include the weird west / urban fantasy serial mashup, Jeremiah Jones Cowboy Sorcerer and the Christmas horror collection, Things on the Shelf: Three Tales of Christmas Terror, as well as the forthcoming Pagewalker series. She wrote the first season of Jeremiah Jones Cowboy Sorcerer while living in Arizona with her husband, Giru, and a shiny black dog named Jupiter. To see what she's up to now, visit her website.

2 comments for “Tarot for Fiction Writers Book Release

  1. February 7, 2018 at 11:16 PM

    Thanks for letting me be a beta reader for this book, Haley. Fun story to share about my first one-card spread: I was trying to brainstorm character development to expand my apocalyptic short story that was in the Ironwood Anthology. I pulled one card on the awesome (free) tarot app I downloaded onto my Kindle. Can you guess what the card was and what the very first key word in the description was?

    C’mon! Guess already!

    Yep, THE FOOL –and the first keyword was TRANSFORMATION–the title I’ve always used for the story!

    Now, I’m NOT a believer in tarot as a “future telling” kind of thing (not that this is at all what your book is about!), but I loved this coincidence and the description of the card definitely gave me some more food for thought on the main character since she’ll need to be a little more developed if I expand this piece!

    I am already loving these cards as a tool for helping me think outside the box! Fabulous idea and the book is a great intro for folks like me–and I love that we use whatever cards feel most right to us.

    Thanks again!

  2. February 8, 2018 at 1:01 AM

    Well, Thank you for BEING a beta-reader! Your comments and insight are always so helpful! And I’m glad you’re finding the tarot a helpful tool. That is quite the coincidence – The Fool has always been one of my favorite cards, especially in reference to fiction!

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