I've been trying to hold off a sore throat all week, with limited success, but it is Imbolc, and there's so much snow the City is basically shut down, so I'm going to do a Card Draw. Since I've got lots to do, even if we could ignore the snow, which we can't--I should have to go in to work tomorrow--I'm limiting this to one card.
Rai Kunabei thinks this is a very strange, outlandish way to do things. However, since she was a child, she has always wanted to travel and try new things, so she's willing to give it a try. She does ask, however, that if you want a Torn World disk reading, you should please either ask a question or indicate which of the three aspects your question or concern is rooted in--natural, artificial, or abstract.
I also offer readings from the Faeries' Oracle. I always find them inspiring, and I get the feeling that they'd be happy to be out playing on such a wild, snowy day.
For a third deck...hmm...I really don't feel a particular draw to any of my other decks today. If you want something else, give me an idea what you are seeking and I'll compare it to what I have, and try to pick something appropriate.
As always, these readings are for entertainment and inspiration only, and you are welcome to ask about your creative endeavors as well as more traditional questions. See my new "Dandelyon's Readings" page if you have questions.
And please consider dropping something in the case! Readings take time and energy, and temporary workers don't get paid just because the office is closed due to a blizzard. If you can't tip, signal boosts are appreciated both for these readings and for Torn World. However, I understand all too well that sometimes people don't have the spoons to reciprocate, and it is generally during those times when people most need inspiration!
I hope you will consider voting for Torn World in the top web fiction poll (you can vote for all of your favorites, and your vote will affect what shows up on their landing page for a week). Finally, the Rose and Bay Award nominations are now all up over in crowdfunding , and assuming that the organizers' internet connections are working despite ice storms and blizzards, there should be voting polls up in all categories. I hope you'll check out the nominees and consider voting for one of my projects.
But whether those things interest you or not, if you'd like a reading, please ask!