V. Lyn – Psychics & Tarot

perceivedlove-200In Perceived Love, Nate’s friend is a Tarot reader. Nate’s a psychic but he doesn’t use tools to predict or perceive someone’s future. He dreams images and events, but when he wants further insight into one of his dreams he goes to Sabrina and seeks her advice through the cards.

I took Tarot classes this last year so I could learn more about the cards and their symbols. I’m a believer that fate can be changed by individual choice but there are energies at work that bring in opportunities for transformation and change.

I loved learning about Tarot’s rich history and ancient and arcane symbolism. It’s a great tool for developing intuition, that all-knowing insight we all have but most of the time ignore.

I have two scenes in my book where my characters are getting readings. I actually read the cards for the questions my character’s asked and used them in the scenes! Not that I’m an expert, but I consulted a friend and a couple of my favorite books on the subject. And of course, the book is fiction!

GIVEAWAY: I’d like to give away a digital book of Perceived Love. To be in the running, just comment on one of my post today. I write m/m contemporary and paranormal romance, so if that’s to your liking then I look forward to reading your post!

Happy Reading,


Viki Lyn: Award winning author of male/male paranormal and contemporary romances. You can find all of Viki’s books at the following sites: Amazon, All Romance Ebooks and GLBT Bookshelf.


Viki Lyn

Edgy, erotic, sexy man-love romance. That’s what gets me going in the morning! Once I wrote my first gay romance, I was hooked. Now I get to write about two sexy men as my heroes instead of one. How fun is that! What inspires me - the reality that romance between lovers is a hope more than a guarantee. My stories are an eclectic mix of contemporary and paranormal, but it is always romance that drives the story to its final happily-ever-after.

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One Response to “V. Lyn – Psychics & Tarot”

  1. Colleen says:

    Oh that is so interesting… I like how you did readings for the characters.

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