A Snow-Covered Paranormal-Scope

The snow came, and I shoveled. For those that still have the snow coming, please, be safe.

While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you.

The paranormal-scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to guide your life by.

The week for:

Werewolves love to play in the snow. Put aside some playtime for yourself.

Shapeshifters are not as keen on romping in the snow and being wet afterward. New boots may be on your shopping list.

Pixies dance on snowflakes. You make the best of changes because you’re adaptable. This fine quality will serve you this week.

Vampires love dark snowy nights under streetlights. A mystery will be revealed to you.

Even if the world is frozen you are not. Be like the dragon and bring together those you enjoy for a party.

Elves use the snowy months to record their travels. Organize a photo album or write a journal about your adventures.

Like a snowstorm there are often surprises. Faeries love surprises and know they come in all shapes and sizes.

Mermaids are hypnotized by the snow. They like to float on the water and let it fall on them. They find it soothing and refreshing. Time for you to restore. Plan a spa day or do something relaxing.

Gnomes laugh at the snow. At soon as it stops, they are packing their bags to travel again. It’s time to plan a trip.

To goblins, snow is money. The money to clear it and the cost of any possible damage. Re-evaluate your budget this week. It’s not the time to splurge.

Demons take cover from the snow. They don’t like all that purity. Once the storm clears, a new opportunity will present itself.

Werebears love to cuddle in the cave when the snow flies. Keep those you love close. Enjoy this time.

Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance
Where love burns eternal and whispers in the dark!
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About Susan Hanniford Crowley

Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, and Science Fiction Author
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