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Writers’ Sanctuary with Kim McMillon

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(San Francisco, CA), January 18, 2009 --- Predictions, Philanderers, and Philanthropy are all part of Writers Sanctuary’s Numerology in 2010 with numerologist Sally Faubion on Wednesday, January 20th from 12 PM – 1 PM PST. Find out the numbers of the humanitarian. What drives a person to work for the betterment of society? What numerologically is on the horizon for President Barack Obama? Will his all important poll numbers go up or down? Is there such a thing as philandering numbers, and if so, does Tiger Woods have them? What makes a person want to continually search for greener pastures? Is it a need for scenery change or just plain boredom? Will Americans rise out of our financial crisis? Will unemployment in America continue in the double-digits in some locations? Tune in to Writers Sanctuary on Wednesday, January 20th to have these questions answered, and more, as Sally Faubion shakes the tree of numbers for what’s happening around the world. If you have a question about what 2010 looks like for you, we’ll also be taking calls at (718) 508-9717 . Ms. Faubion is the author of “Motivational Numerology, and How Numbers Affect Your Life” which was released nationwide in October, 2001. She does professional readings by phone from her office in downtown San Francisco. Numerous television and radio talk shows have featured Ms. Faubion’s quick repartee and profound knowledge of numerology, her primary practitioner’s tool, over the past 15 years. From 1990 through 1999, she wrote the astrology and numerology columns, as well as other feature articles about the metaphysical sciences, for the nationwide publication Teen Magazine and another teenage publication, All About You. Recently, Ms. Faubion wrote specific metaphysical contents for the first official CD-ROM published for Teen Magazine called “Teen Digital Diva.”