“So….”(you’re asking)… “Why all this for only $27.00??”
My goal is to help fellow writers here and now– (write now??)—and to make it accessible and affordable. I don’t want you to struggle for one more minute feeling frustrated and unmotivated.
“Do I need a deck of tarot cards to do this method?”
Nope! You don’t need anything but your computer, tablet, or phone to watch the presentation, and a printer to print up the worksheets if you choose!
“I don’t know anything about tarot cards…do I need to, in order understand this process?”
Nope, not at all. The ins and outs of reading the tarot can be pretty detailed and require a lot of knowledge, for sure, but I will give you just enough easy-to-understand information about the group of cards we are using for this method.
“TBH…the tarot kind of freaks me out!”
I hear that a lot! Many people are nervous when they come to me for a reading, or they’ve gotten the idea from scary movies or books that the tarot is something evil. I promise you, it’s not! I like to think of a deck of tarot cards like pages out of an ancient book that reflects the timeless things that we go through in our day-to-day lives. Some of the images may seem scary, but honestly, none of the cards are meant to be ‘good’ or ‘bad’. In the simplest terms, the Death card is more about putting something to sleep so something else can arise, and The Devil is typically about reflecting on possible bad habits.
“Do I need to be at a certain point in my story-writing to do this method?”
The wonderful thing about my Royal Character Design method is that you can use it no matter where you are in the process of your story, even if you haven’t started writing it yet! This is a great way to form a brand new character, to make sure that you are staying aligned with whom you’ve envisioned them to be, or even to help you get reconnected and motivated if you’re feeling a bit stuck overall.
“How do I know which character to use for this method?”
You can certainly start with your protagonist, but you don’t have to. More than likely you will apply it to your main characters, but this method is helpful for each and every one of the beings in your story.
“What if my character isn’t human?”
Cool! If your character has a personality, the Royal Character Design method will be helpful!
“I write non-fiction. Can I use this method?”
If you have people in your story, this method will be helpful, as it helps you dig into what makes a person tick and why they do the things that they do.