Giveaway! The Last Days Of Magic by Mark Tompkins plus Tarot Cards

Mark Tompkins

The Last Days of Magic

In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, I’m offering a copy of “The Last Days of Magic” by Mark Tompkins, for giveaway. Plus, Viking-Penguin is throwing in a unique deck of super tarot cards.  Please leave a comment telling me what you do to celebrate this special holiday. The winner will win both book and deck of tarot cards. Win/win. I will choose one winner on Monday, March20. Good luck of the Irish to you! Only U.S. addresses, please, and not P.O. boxes, as usual.

Last Days of Magic tarot deck

Tarot Cards

Spanning the forests and villages of 14th-century Ireland, the lavish courts of France and England, the Vatican’s inner chambers and present-day mysteries, THE LAST DAYS OF MAGIC blends historical, fictional, and mythical events to create a richly imagined world and an exhilarating story of adventure and enchantment. Ireland is the last magical outpost on Earth, its Middle Kingdom—home to faeries and otherworldly beings—still strong in the face of the Vatican’s ever-expanding influence, its armies, exorcists and mercenaries.  But when an ancient treaty between the Celts and faeries is broken, leaving them vulnerable to the machinations of the power-hungry Roman Church, the very existence of magic in the world is threatened. 

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5 thoughts on “Giveaway! The Last Days Of Magic by Mark Tompkins plus Tarot Cards

  1. My husband and I attend the 9 o’clock mass in St. Agnes Church in Naples for what is ALWAYS a very moving and inspirational St. Patrick’s Day mass, filled to capacity and deluged in green, and usually celebrated by Father Glacken. It sets the tone for a marvelous St. Patty’s Day that takes me back in time to my own Irish dad and his 100% Irish heritage and celebrations. Coffee and a bagel top off the mornin’!

    Top O’ the Mornin’, to Yee!!

  2. The book and Tarot cards look absolutely intriguing . On st, Patrick’s day I celebrate by wearing green making corn beef and cabbage and drinking one green beer. Proud of my Irish heritage. By the way so enjoyed meeting Kristin Harmel. Fun to get insight of the creation of the book.My husband Art was the only male and he enjoyed the presentation as well. Always fun to meet the author of a book you enjoyed. Barbara Zaugg

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