Four of Wands

Four of Wands

Happiness; rest; success.

“Happiness and peace are now within your grasp. Your past endeavors bring a well-earned rest from cares. A new love is now possible. Success may give you a reason to celebrate.”

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Page of Cups

Page of Cups

Message of love.
“Fresh ideas and new methods of doing things make you more optimistic about your future. A message of love arrives. You receive a gift given in friendship.”

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King of Swords

King of Swords

Opposition; obey the laws.

“This card suggests a powerful, but stubborn, masculine influence who may be opposing you. In a new project, do everything exactly by the rules or you will lose. There may be a need for the services of an attorney.”

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The Wheel

The Wheel

Luck and fate are turning in your favor. Your life has entered a change of cycles that will allow you to move forward or slide backward, depending upon your preparation and determination. It is time to make changes. Break with incompatible lovers, friends, relationships, or careers.

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Seven of Swords

Seven of Swords

We all have limited time, but it’s up to each of us to manage our own focus—to cast aside the things that don’t serve our purpose and give our complete focus to those things that do.

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READ

READ

Want to be a writer? Then be a voracious reader. How else are you going to learn what has come before you, and how best to accomplish the task you have set for yourself?

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The Future of Publishing

The Future of Publishing

Change is coming, but that’s nothing new for indie publishing. We learn, adapt, and iterate.

The future for New York, and the brick and mortar book store, doesn’t look bright, but they survived the great depression. The odds of them going away entirely are next to zero. They too will need to adapt, same as us, and it’s impossible to say with certainty what their new form will look like in five years, but it’s a good bet to say that at least one of the bigger publishers will go under. However, during the turmoil, there’s an excellent opportunity for new mid-sized publishers specialized into genres, to fill the void.

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