Of course, the usual disclaimers apply -- a card reading can't substitute for professional advice. If you need a doctor or lawyer or financial planner, etc., that's not me. If I can provide some entertainment, or help you get in touch with your own higher power(s) or inner muse(s), on the other hand, I'm glad to be of service.
I'm going to offer three-card Torn World readings again. You can have a reading from the Kuleilyi Divination Disks, much as Bai-Kunabei might give if you were to get a reading from her.
If you would like a Guide, I have the combined combined deck I made out of Susan Seddon Boulet's Goddesses and Animal Spirits.
To bring meaning out of chaos, the Fantasy Showcase Tarot featuring art collected by Bruce Pelz, where each card is by a different artist (or, in one case, two artists).
For inspiration, guides, whimsy, and sheer beauty, Brian Froud's Fairies' Oracle. (Though some of the advice provided by this deck last time was quite practical.)
And finally, because five is a magical number, the Shapeshifter Tarot.
Rules: Do I need rules? Ask what you want to ask, the way you want to ask (within the limits of polite behavior, anyway). Let me know which deck you'd like me to use. My cards have always been respectful of the creative life; feel free to ask about creative projects if you wish.
Payment: No payment is necessary, but this does take time and energy. Any tips will be gratefully appreciated and applied to the "Get a Laptop that doesn't crash when it overheats" fund, which still has a long way to go. And if things get busy, I'll do readings for people who tip first.
I hope you all have a wonderful new year!