Just Published: “2013 or Year One Almanac Datebook Journal”

Yes!  I’ve been riding a creative wave and have published another Almanac Datebook Journal!  Check it out!

It’s been almost a decade since the last one, but it’s only been a year since three people in a single week reminisced about how much they loved my last ones and wanted to know when I’d publish another.

That was too much of a serendipity, so I decided to publish another this year.

The Almanac is beautiful, filled with pen and ink art by Asante Riverwind (who created the cover for my book and lots of art for the last Almanac), and is designed to function as a day planner.

It also has multi-cultural celebrations and observations from around the world, a smattering of quotes and people’s history, information on keeping time by the moon, explanations of the solstices and equinoxes, and templates and instructions for creating moon calendars into the future.

I added ‘or Year One’ to the title mostly for fun.

Of course, I want to believe that any momentous changes in our world will be for the positive, but in the event there’s a cultural shift of any sort so great that humans begin to track time differently – as we have in the past and could again in the future – this book and all its concepts could be an important tool.  In any case, it’s good mental exercise, and fun, to become more aware of our world this way.

I hope you enjoy it.

The Almanac website is here.

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