LIBRA THE NEW ASTROLOGY - CHINESE AND WESTERN ZODIAC SIGNS (THE NEW ASTROLOGY BY SUN SIGN) [NOOK Book]

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INGENIOUS BLEND OF CHINESE AND WESTERN ASTROLOGY SIGNS.

SUZANNE WHITE'S NEW ASTROLOGY™ BY SUN SIGN SERIES

BOOK SEVEN - LIBRA

In this new series, Suzanne White cleverly combines individual Sun signs with Chinese Animal signs to ...
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LIBRA THE NEW ASTROLOGY - CHINESE AND WESTERN ZODIAC SIGNS (THE NEW ASTROLOGY BY SUN SIGN)

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Overview

INGENIOUS BLEND OF CHINESE AND WESTERN ASTROLOGY SIGNS.

SUZANNE WHITE'S NEW ASTROLOGY™ BY SUN SIGN SERIES

BOOK SEVEN - LIBRA

In this new series, Suzanne White cleverly combines individual Sun signs with Chinese Animal signs to describe 12 NEW ASTROLOGY™ signs. Each book has the name of one Sun sign. Find yours! In each of these books, there is a generous chapter on your western Sun Sign.Then we find out what THE NEW ASTROLOGY is and how it works.

Each book contains the entire Chinese Calendar from 1900 thru 2020 - Find out all the Chinese signs of friends and family with their respective elements and characteristics. Then study their combined signs. Find out as well how all the Chinese animal signs harmonize with yours. Get your new individual, personalized NEW ASTROLOGY GUIDE right here today. These hefty little volumes are 65-70 book pages long.

Find out how your own Sun Sign Blends with all 12 Chinese animal signs. It's astounding! A Libra born in a Dragon year does not have the same basic character as an Libra/Dog or Libra/Rooster. It's uncanny. But true.

Librans always try to maintain balance. To keep things running smoothly, Libra will invariably alter a viewpoint to suit the moment. Faced with conflict. Libra never exhibits cowardice. Nor does Libra charge ahead willy-nilly with guns blazing. Instead, Libra attempts to establish negotiations. Libra, the diplomat, wants to settle things amicably. By the time Libra has finished flitting from one side of the argument to the other forty billion times, the war is very often over.Libra is argumentative. But only pushes his debate far enough to find out what you really think and once again set things to rights in his or her mind.

In this book, you will discover how a Libra is altered when he or she is born in a Dragon year. What is an Libra born Rat like? How does being born in a Dog year affect an Libra person's character? What is a Libra/Tiger like? And how does he or she get along with other New Astrology™ signs? Which New Astrology™ signs make Libra's best sexual partners? And which ones should they marry?

Who are our Libra/Pig celebrities? Which ones are Libra/Goat, Libra/ Dog, Libra/Snake and/or Libra/Dragon or even Libra/Horse?

Suzanne White's combined signs are uncannily accurate. Gift a friend with their SUN SIGN NEW ASTROLOGY BOOK and watch their eyebrows leap to the tip top of their forehead when they read what The New Astrology reveals about their most intimate, basic character.
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I'm a true Libra/Rooster as you have written it. The individual books for each sign is great, I'm thinking it will be a great gift idea for my friends. I have the full book of "The New Astrology" which is wonderful also and I refer to it regularly.
To all the other Librans out there stop procrastinating and buy this book for your collection. No indecision here. It's a winner.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015000023
  • Publisher: Suzanne White
  • Publication date: 7/30/2012
  • Series: THE NEW ASTROLOGY BY SUN SIGN, #7
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 867,241
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Suzanne White is American, but she lives in France. Suzanne says: I have been been a college professor, a fashion model, a journalist, an interpreter, a novelist, a fireworks salesperson, director of a Parisian Couture boutique, an elevator operator, a shoe salesperson, a single mother and a simultaneous translator. Best thing I ever did was write books.
I have mostly lived in Paris my whole adult life. I have two grown children who were born in Paris. We all three speak a bunch of languages.

By 1970 I had tired of teaching, modeling and translating. So I began writing articles for women's magazines. My first article appeared in Cosmopolitan in 1971. Then, in 1973, I wrote a novel called Ladyfingers. It was published by a big New York publisher. I was proud and pleased to actually be able to earn a living being "a writer". I wanted to go on writing stories, but my literary agent decided I should write non fiction. I balked at first. But when I did she said, "Novels are risky. They might sell. They might not. If you only write novels, your children will starve." She gave me a choice between Cooking and Astrology. I chose the latter, providing I could write about Chinese Astrology - the animal signs. By 1975 I had published my first book about Chinese Astrology. By now, I have written four best-selling books about Chinese and western Astrology. My readers have dubbed me "The High Priestess". That is flattering. I love email and I adore being on Facebook and Twitter where I can actually talk to readers one on one. It's a luxury for an author to be able to communicate directly with the people who read her books. Long Live The Internet! To contact me for readings or just for fun, write to me at suzanwhite at aol dot com
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