Reading recommendations

Inspiring creative flow

If you are looking for inspiration – here are a few of my recommendations + my own books/ E-books for sale too!

Magical Life - E-book for Harmony with the Elements

Are you curious?  To explore the elements of earth, air, fire & water and find the magic within …. in a fun & entertaining way?

The elements are the building blocks of astrology and our life. This, easy to read, 22 page,  e-book helps you dip into a vast and beautiful part of our universe!

And includes a bonus section of some recipes!

“An easy and entertaining read. TS”

Doodle Splash Paint Write

I love to doodle and explore ideas! And we need a container for those adventures to land in. 

A slim book to take out with you to capture those moments of inspiration! 

Buy from Amazon

Jewel - Daughter of Destiny by Alison Smith
I love to write! And writing this paranormal fantasy novel perfectly combined my interests and was fun too!


The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level by Guy Hendricks
This book is one of my ‘go to’ books on my bookshelf. It’s an easy read and yet is inspirational in a very practical way.  Gay Hendricks will describe how to take that leap into, and recognise, your path to the next level.


The Alchemist: A Fable About Following Your Dream - By Paulo Coelho
A beautiful book which touches the heart and soul. This has been on my bookshelf for many years and, however many times I read it, is always inspirational.

Big Magic - Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert
A wonderful book to move beyond fear and into creativity. Take those ‘seemingly random’ prompts from the universe and run with your gift of inspiration! Another ‘go to’ on my bookshelf.


The Original Rider Waite Tarot Deck
not a book! However this is, in my opinion, still the best tarot deck to learn from and also to then continue to use. I have many decks (!) and usually return to this one for clarity.

The Tarot: The Origins, Meaning and Uses of the Cards by Alfred Douglas (Author), David Sheridan (Illustrator)
Such a good reference book!

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