Since the appearance of the January 23 New York Post article on Suzan Saxman’s memoir, The Reluctant Psychic, which comes out this weekend from St. Martin’s Press, the Woodstock shop owner has received hundreds of calls for readings. But as the book title implies, she’s not eager to acquire clients.
“I’m happy my story is out there,” says Saxman, who toned down her appearance for the Post photographer, dyeing her hair black. Now it’s back to blue. She strokes the cat on her lap and leans forward, dark eyes . . .
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