Your thoughts, please. Do you enjoy artwork in books?
This is about my first book published in 1989. I wrote the book based on the numerous questions asked me by people interested in how readers work and what to expect from a reading.
My career as a psychic reader and medium who never advertised (word of mouth) kept me busy for over 45 years. and I can say, this book truly is a complete consumer's guide to all aspects of a psychic reading.
I'm debating if I should and/or can put the original artwork in my new titled The Timeless Counselor: The Best Guide to a Psychic Reading, which is a complete consumer's guide to getting the most benefits from a psychic reading and much more (i.e. ESP Quiz).
The book leads a person through the process of how to find a reader best suited for them, how to prepare and ask questions to get the most, what to do with the information after and so much more - i.e. avoid scammers posing as readers; how to recognize them; 800 call-in readings, how to know which is real, so much!
Published in 1989 as A Professional Psychic Reading as Alternative Counseling it contained the artwork at the end of some chapters.
The original books are no longer available (all sold out years ago).
Right now the book is ebook only but in the process of becoming a paperback and audio book in 2021.
What do you think? Artwork? Paperback? Audio?
Some artwork included in first edition:
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