A Special Offer for Our Upcoming Black Magic Issue

A Special Offer for Our Upcoming Black Magic Issue

On June 3rd, we will be releasing our Black Magic issue of Spolia, and we are offering a white magic special for our readers: a unique mix of astrological and tarot card reading, for readers and writers stuck or lost or uninspired.

I’ve been using astrology and tarot to help work out creative blocks in both my own work and for my friends. I mix in storytelling and myths in my readings, as well as history and art, to help you understand what your strengths are, how you manage your energy, and how to retool your thinking on a project to bring it into alignment with your abilities and interests. I’ll show you how to rediscover your passion.

And with each reading, you’ll get a free copy of the Black Magic issue. If you’ve already ordered your copy of the issue, let me know and we’ll deduct the price from your reading.

Your two options:

Creative Flow

An astrological reading to uncover your particular strengths as a writer or other artist, the areas of interest you should be focusing on, and all the little hidden weapons you have in your arsenal that you didn’t know about. Mixed with a special tarot reading to help you find the direction things are going in, where the trouble lies, and what tools may be used to get things working smoothly again.

One hour Skype session: $75, which
 includes consultation, discussion, a personal report, a copy of our Black Magic issue, and a recommended reading list

General Reading

Have a question that is not about your work? Choose between an astrological reading or a tarot card reading, on a specific subject. (Love, money, what have you.) Can be done either over Skype or simply typed up in a report over email, depending on your preference.

40 minute Skype session: $50, which includes consultation, discussion, a personal report, a copy of our Black Magic issue, and a recommended reading list

Send an email to jessa@bookslut.com with your preferred reading and to check availability and for payment instructions.

Image: “The Priestess” by John William Godward