Heart’s Compass Tarot

Discover Tarot Journaling & Create Your Own Cards

by Tania Pryputniewicz

From the tarot curious to the tarot savvy, Heart’s Compass Tarot provides a guide to using the tarot to navigate life, focus creativity, inspire writing, and forge a deeper connection to the self. Experience heart-centered, joy-based journaling questions, create your personal tarot timeline, discover tarot expressions in everyday life, reveal your personal symbols, and create your own unique tarot cards. Heart’s Compass offers an innovative template for a lifetime of tarot improvisation.

ISBN: 978-1732952164                                                                               $34.00 Paperback


Quickwater Oracles: Conversations & Meditations

by Ruth Thompson

Award-winning poet Ruth Thompson’s channeled conversations with trees, bees, faeries, dragons, and a host of other beings make a delightful companion for daily meditation, writing, and discussion. Refreshingly unsentimental, vivid, and lyrical; reminiscent of Ross Gay’s “The Book of Delights.”

ISBN: 9781736525814 /  $20

Kindle ISBN 9781736525821 / $7.95

[A]n inspiring, thought-provoking collection of spiritual poetry that will carry the heart, mind, and soul toward broader, more open horizons. Foreword Reviews August 2021

[A] philosophical, nature-minded collection of free verse… idiosyncratic, unconventional poems and [a] mind-bending exploration of what the world could look like with some creative reorienting. 4 stars. Publishers Weekly (Booklife 11/08/2021)

[S]hould be considered for any literary collection, [and] a recommended pick for philosophy, self-help, and creative writers and readers. [P]oignant, revealing, and powerful. – Midwest Book Review, Donovan’s Bookshelf, October 2021

[F]eels like reading Rumi or Lakshminkara or Julian of Norwich….whenever I return to Quickwater I find myself happy in ways I can’t explain. ” – Mary Johnson, author of An Unquenchable Thirst

Here are songs, conversations, and meditations so engaging that you may find yourself seeking a similar path to freedom and expansion of spirit.” – Judith Slater, PhD, clinical psychologist