I’m working on a project. And I’d like your input, if you’re willing to help.
As a palmreader, I’ve noticed that there aren’t many other folks reading palms these days. That’s a pity, as it’s a lovely, accurate, empowering method of divination.
Since I didn’t want palmistry to become a dying art, I started teaching it, both in person and online. I was told repeatedly that my students hadn’t been able to learn palmistry from books, but that my ways of explaining things left them able to read palms where they couldn’t before.
I’m honored by this.
So, as the next logical step towards reaching as many people as possible, I’m currently writing “Adventures in Palmistry”…
This book is based on the online and live courses I teach on palmistry. It’s 52 “bite-sized” lessons taking you step by step through what I’ve learned in 40 years of practicing the art.
The book includes lots of information that makes reading palms simple. It also includes stories about my experiences in the field (with identities carefully concealed-don’t worry, folks).
I’m currently in the process of final draft/ edit of my manuscript, but I want to do my best to make sure this book meets the needs of as many readers as possible.
With that in mind, I’ve got questions for you-
If you were reading a book like this, what kind of information would you want to see in it? What would be helpful to you in learning palmistry? What would you find interesting?
I’d appreciate your feedback,as it’ll help me be sure I’m covering what folks need and want to know.
And, as an added bonus, anyone who leaves a comment or sends me email input at firstname.lastname@example.org on this question will receive a free chapter from this book upon request (please leave your email address and say if you want the chapter-one man’s gold is another man’s spam…)
Your input is appreciated the sooner the better (by the end of June at the latest) so that I can finish my edit and head towards publication.
My thanks and I hope to be hearing from you soon.