Lynn-Cee Faulk



About Lynn-Cee Faulk

Lynn-Cee Faulk has been obsessed with reading and writing for as long as they could read and
write. Reading supplied a window to the world outside of their small farming community in south
Georgia and a roadmap to a way of being other than what their disordered upbringing provided.
They still believe in the power of the written word to change lives. As a writer, poetry was their
first love and they have published two chapbooks: Confessions: Micropoetry on Love, Loss, and
Longing and A Pound of Pale Winter Blues. They have also penned a children's book called Hampton Comes Alive! and are a co-author of the upcoming tarot deck and companion book The Seeker's Tarot.


The Seekers' Tarot

October 30th, 2020

The Seekers' Tarot book is a companion to The Seekers' Tarot deck is a companion to the novels and short stories of Eudaimonia, written by Micah Chaim Thomas. In this work, Lynn-Cee Faulk and Micah Chaim relate the meaning of the tarot to their biographies and the sense of being seekers of the mysteries, seekers of connection with others. In a way, this is also an art book, filled with symbolism and color.

This book will not teach anyone how be a tarot reader. We hope it will provide something of value to you. That something may be what you needed on your path through this strange and stranger world.


The Seeker's Tarot

The Seekers' Tarot wraps the tarot symbols around the Eudaimonia series of books.
This tarot deck was designed by Micah Chaim Thomas and Lynn-Cee Faulk. The images connect to scenes and characters in Micah's series of books, Eudaimonia. You can learn more about Micah Chaim Thomas and the Eudaimonia series at the link below.



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Confessions: Micropoetry on Love, Loss, and Longing

A small collection of micropoetry written between 2018 and 2019 on matters of the heart: the joys, the despairs, and the undying hope that, maybe, this time things will be different.

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A Pound of Pale Winter Blues

A small collection of poetry written between 2018 and 2020. These poems explore what it means to be vulnerable, to get jealous, to get your heart broken, to pick up the pieces, to fall down again, to remember your power, to find yourself, to move on.

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Hampton Comes Alive!

Little Maggie wishes that her best friend Hampton the toy pig would come alive and be a real pig for her to play with. When her wish comes true, the real life version of Hampton looks a little different from she had imagined. With the help and support of her family, she learns that friendship can overcome any challenge.


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