Tarot for total beginners: Wrap-up

Copy of Suck it up and (3)I’ve just written a whole series on tarot for total beginners and how you can write using tarot. I thought I’d link all the posts here in case you want to read through them, or pick the ones that will be helpful to you.

How I got started using tarot cards to write

How to choose a tarot deck that will work for you

How to get started using your tarot deck

How to plan a (writing) project using tarot cards

I also have a podcast with four fun writing and tarot-related prompts–here’s the episode + shownotes (and here are the archives of all my writing-related podcasts).

I would *love* to hear how you use tarot cards to write. Please tell me in the comments here–what’s your favorite way to use tarot cards? Do you use them to write? What spread or question is your go-to?

You can also follow me on Instagram or Twitter, and tag me! I’m @likesoatmeal and I love love love hearing from readers and writers.

Sign up here to get the Scratch Paper Newsletter — a real look at my writing life. As a bonus, I’ll send you Suck It Up and Revise, my down-to-earth guide to revision, for free. If you enjoyed the practical advice in this series, I think you’ll like it!

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