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Every Day Tarot: A Choice Centered Book Paperback – November 1, 2002
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About the Author
Born in China and raised in Japan by missionary parents, Gail Fairfield was encouraged to discover her own answers to life's questions. She was drawn to the tarot in 1973, and it has allowed her to combine her background in psychology and her practical experience as a teacher with her intuition to create the choice-centered view of life that she introduces here. She is also the author of Choice-Centered Relating and the Tarot and Choice-Centered Astrology. Fairfield currently lives in Bloomington, Indiana. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I do have one bone to pick with the publisher/producer online copy editor of the ebook edition.
Infuriatingly, the punctuation drops out on most of the text. The periods simply disappear. That may sound trifling, but it's extremely irritating, because it interrupts the reader's flow. I haven't finished this yet, and have been reading it on an iPad. I have tried changing the font size to see if it drops out when you embiggen the font. Unfortunately, no - the periods do not appear.
I have done my fair share of copy editing in my professional life, and when I see gross mistakes in copy over and over again, even missing periods, I wonder if content has dropped out as well. One period here and there, well, ok. But multiple missing periods per page? Grrrrr. Sloppy! Greater care is given to print books, but online text still remains problematic.
It's not Gail's fault, as she likely relinquished her control over the text - however, the content is worth the aggravation. But be warned!