Tarot inspiration for your creative process
Writer's Block Tarot Reading
Reframe and rediscover your story
If you’re currently struggling with a narrative block in your fiction project, this offering is designed for you. A Writer’s Block Tarot Reading is a chance to tap into collective archetypes, myths, and imagery to give your personal imagination some transpersonal inspiration. This reading digs into the themes present in your story and plays with their narrative potential.
Here’s how it works: you’ll send me a brief description of the snag in your story (maybe it’s a character development problem, a tricky logic hole, or a plot point you can’t seem to resolve). I’ll pick 2-3 cards to represent the elements that are stuck, and then I’ll draw 2-3 more to see what possibilities emerge. You’ll get a PDF writeup with jumping-off points and brainstorming prompts to help come at your block from new angles.
Whether or not you’re familiar with tarot, adding some synchronicity and unexpected imagery to the writing process opens up new creative vistas—and can help get your story moving again.
To create your Writer’s Block Tarot Reading, all I need is a brief description of the block in your project (around 250 to 300 words). You’ll receive a writeup (with card images!) to fuel your narrative discovery.
I gave Mary a brief synopsis of my book and my plot snag, and she got back to me with an incredible reading. It was almost as if she were doing a personal reading for each of my characters, which is something that I had never heard of before. Long story short, she gave me some valuable seeds of inspiration, and some deeper insight into my three protagonists. Just another experience confirming that trying new things and thinking innovatively can be greatly rewarding!
Kate Vredevoogd, author of From the Same Quiver
What clients are saying...
This was an overwhelmingly positive experience for me, and the quality of Mary's edit was extremely high. It was clear that a great deal of thought went into the reading of the manuscript, the editing itself, and the feedback. My novel was certainly much improved.
I was especially impressed with the feedback letter, which included several important observations that helped me grow as a writer.
Greg Edlund, author of 3:04 a.m.
I really appreciated the way Mary provided new ideas while still letting me "own" the story as the writer.
Without Mary's suggestions, I don't think this story could ever be told and finished in any sort of cohesive way … That's all to say I'm very pleased and impressed with the edit.
To be honest, it was a little daunting deciding if a professional edit is worth the investment, but the feedback and quality have exceeded all of my expectations.
Tony Fisher, surrealist science fiction writer