Letters to the Editor

Here are just a few of the messages we have received. Thanks to all of you, our readers!  It's a pleasure bringing TR to you each month! We love the suggestions - many of the features and changes you continue to see are the result of our readers' feedback and suggestions.

I LOVE the new look of the newsletter.  I honestly had 'fallen away' for a while because it was time consuming to navigate to the section I was looking for, whatever that may have been.  
I love the downloadable spreads option, too.  
I would be interested in seeing more things on teaching tarot to students, such as games and exercises, etc.  
Anyway, great effort and great job!
- Maighread

I wanted to drop you a note to say how delighted I am with the November Reflections.  Please thank everyone who contributed.....job well done!
I do not use the computer so my husband prints off the Reflections.  Such a treat to re-read when I want.  I used the Thoth Deck (for myself for years) and recently connected to a deck called The Wisdom of Avalon Oracle Cards by Colette Baron Reid.....for me the deck is fabulous.  Some one may like to give it a "look see".
Love and appreciation,

How pleasantly surprised I was to see such a gorgeous web site for our Tarot Reflections. It enticed me into reading a lot more articles than I normally would. The authors' photos bios were also a great addition.
PS... I would also like to submit some articles in the future as I am working on my next level, CTI, which requires lots of writing.
Peggy FIrth

I love the look of the newsletter. The latest issue gets five stars. Putting the spreads in PDF is an excellent idea.. Please keep up the good work!
Thank you,
Queen Auset

Hi Sheri!!!
Thanks for the wonderful publication!!!!  It is like candy for us tarotholics!!!
Many Smiles and Blessings,

Is there any way to download the newsletters as PDFs?  I never have time to read at my computer, but I'd love to print them out and save them for later.

I really enjoyed this new posting of Tarot Reflections (October issue - ed.).  Melanie's fresh and interesting ways of working with tarot talismans and the story of her trip to the thrift store were very interesting...and since I AM an old lady (almost), I think that the idea of an Old Lady Tarot is a great one!  

In future issues, I am interested in seeing articles on teaching tarot, interesting and different uses of tarot (talismans, art/craft, decorating, etc), new decks and reviews, interviews with tarot artists and activists, developing tarot community (in our own communities...face to face),  putting on tarot events locally, methods for spread reading (telling the story created by the cards), tarot for special occasions (birthdays, weddings, holidays, solstice/equinox, etc), and tarot related pictures/graphics.

Thank you a great issue.  I will be looking forward to future issues!
Connie Stout

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