Secret Message Society Zine - Issue 20

Before I do a sneak-peek of the newest issue of the Secret Message Society Zine, I wanted to share a touching story with you from a Secret Message Society Member. 

She sent this photo to me of a drawing she took, side-by-side with a page from a Secret Message Society Zine. 

Then she said this:

So, this picture in your zine blew me back into my past. The one I drew is a character my Mom used to doodle ALL the time. (That's what he looked like to the best of my memory.) I lost her when I was 17 back in 2001. Not my favorite Life experience but we all have our stories, right? :) Anyways, I just wanted to share that because it felt too important to keep to myself. She doodled all the time, especially when she talked on the phone. I'm a little sad I don't have any of her doodles. All I can do is re-create that guy. He always reminded me of Cousin It. He was my favorite too.
So to see something so similar in a space I find so healing just makes me feel I'm still on the right path. She's always sent me obscure signs. I'd say this is one. :) 

Hugs & Such,
me

This is why so many of us in the Secret Message Society just keep going - because we know there is a secret message always hiding for us, just around the bend, and when we find it, we are sure, once again, that our mad, messy, vulnerable, intuitive Self is not only welcome here, but it is both creating and accepting a world we can thrive in. 

ISSUE 20 has arrived!

Members can tiptoe into the Secret Lair for a digital download right NOW!

Issue 20 features Angie Byers as the centerfold artist! 

I can't wait for you to see the contributions by members Gina KimmelRobyn Ann Bogart, Briana of Orange Spiral Arts, Whimsy Moon Spirit, Hillary Rain, and Prudence of PrudyChick.

I would really love to send you my gypsy journalism in the mail. There are digital and snail mail options available. AND, there are additional perks to belonging to the Secret Message Society. 

Read about them HERE.

Back issues are available in my Etsy store. Once they sell out they're gone. 

Here's your peek at Issue 19:

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