Year End Review

Welcome to our year end review episode! Instead of a deck review we'll be talking about our favorites of the year in several genres! So scroll down in the show notes for links to all our faves! Our listener question asks about a tarot card that seemed significant in a recent dream, so we talk about personalized tarot cards and we go into finding our own personal cards for the year and talking about what cards have chose us. 

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Holly's fave decks of the year: 
Hilda Tiles by Esther/Jamie Sawyer
Memento Mori Oracle by Black and the Moon

Esther's fave decks of the year
Pastel Rider Waite Smith by Rose
Carnival at the End of the World Tarot by Kahn & Selesnick 
Pvrgatorivm Oracle by Mr Friborg

Favorite Tarot books of the Year: 
Ancestral Tarot by Nancy Hendrickson
The History of Tarot Art by Holly & Esther

Favorite Witchy book of the Year: 
The Scent of Lemon & Rosemary: Working Domestic Magick with Hestia by Raechel Henderson

Non-Witchy book stuff: 
Storygraph, an alternative to Goodreads.
Morning Glory Milking Farm by C. M. Nascosta
Act your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert
Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid
All the Feels by Olivia Dade 
You Feel it just Below the Ribs by Jeffrey Cranor and Janina Matthewson
Yours Cruelly, Elvira by Cassandra Peterson

TV shows of the Year:
Esther: The Witcher, What We do in the Shadows, Only Murders in the Building
Holly: This is Pop: Autotune episode


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