Would you like to decompress from the holiday craziness and get a special message from your creative muse? We’re doing something special in the Shortcuts for Writers Facebook group today, Dec. 17, 2019. Come drop in for Tarot Tuesday led by special guest Kerin Monaco. She is going to do a tarot reading focused on inspiration for writers.
I met Kerin in another group, and when she offered to come visit us at Shortcuts for Writers, I immediately said yes. I’ve used angel cards myself and find them very insightful.
You will have an opportunity to intuitively pick one of three tarot cards in the morning, and then in the evening around 5 p.m. EST, Kerin will go live to reveal what your card means and how you can apply it to your creativity. The timing is extremely flexible. Just pop in to the group during the day and comment on Kerin’s post with your chosen card (left, right, or center.) Then you can either catch her live later in the day or watch the recording.
Are you reading this post past the Dec. 17 date and thinking, oh, no, I’m too late? No worries. It will be archived in Unit 8 of the group’s learning center, where you can catch replays of all our guest speakers. You’re welcome to comment with your card, or pick it silently to yourself, and then watch the video replay to see what it means.
Kerin is an intuitive coach known for her ability to help women unearth their soul’s purpose and wild authenticity by addressing the spiritual beliefs that have kept them small. Those who work with her have shared that her connection to Source is “undeniable” and have experienced powerful shifts in love, business, confidence, and faith.
So, take a little break, focus on you and your creativity, and get some inspiration for the new year. If you’re not a member of the Facebook group, you’ll have to answer a few quick questions to gain admission.
You can learn more about Kerin’s services on her Facebook page.
I hope you will come check out our special Tarot Tuesday event and get some inspiration for writers.
Hi there! I’m Stacy Juba, an author, freelance editor, and the founder of Shortcuts for Writers. I’d love to connect. If you’re a writer, here are a few ways we can work together: