Confessions of a Tarot Reader by Jane Stern
Practical Advice From This Realm and Beyond

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Tarot cards have been used to foretell the future for centuries. In the hands of a sensitive and gifted reader like Jane Stern they can help clarify the decisions we make every day and realign our lives to work more effectively.

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Jane Stern is the author of many food and popular culture books coauthored with Michael Stern. Her best-selling memoir Ambulance Girl was made into a movie starring and directed by Kathy Bates. The Sterns run the very popular food website ROADFOOD, and have won three James Beard awards and were inducted into the Who’s Who of American food. They are also heard each week on NPR’s The Splendid Table. Jane Stern lives in Connecticut, and may be contacted through her website
Published June 1, 2011 by Skirt!. 198 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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Stern chronicles the ways in which past readings have served as a launching point for journeys of self-discovery—for both herself and her clients: “A real tarot card reading is intrusive, and—as with psychotherapy—few people want their lives laid bare for fun.” Broken down into 22 chapters, one f...

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