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We all know there's no substitute for a sharp sense of timing to get what you want or need. So think of this book as your very own PA-cum-stage director, offering you the best timely cues to raise your game professionally, romantically, socially and financially. Surf the right moments in life...
We all know there's no substitute for a sharp sense of timing to get what you want or need. So think of this book as your very own PA-cum-stage director, offering you the best timely cues to raise your game professionally, romantically, socially and financially. Surf the right moments in life and suddenly all the challenges and obstacles become that little bit easier to navigate.
Victor Olliver is one of the UK's leading media and consultant astrologers with a weekly star-signs column in the legendary The Lady magazine and a weekly astrology segment on global radio Apple-FM. Rachel Johnson in The Mail on Sunday profiled his work in 2012. And his many accurate forecasts include the outcome of the US presidential and London mayoral elections in 2012 as well as the safe landing and success of NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity.
Victor says: "I wrote Lifesurfing for people who are both playful and ambitious, who don't take everything they read and hear as gospel, but who judge things for themselves and can discriminate. Even to the sceptic I would say: 'Put astrology to the test for a year and see for yourself how it identifies the right moments to strike.'" He adds: "To underline the fact that Lifesurfing takes a fresh approach, I asked for a book cover that does not feature stars, constellations, horoscope wheels and glyphs or mediaeval artwork featuring naked stone virgins."
Molly Parkin, who writes the foreword as a fervent follower of astrology, is one of the world's leading style icons and a celebrated painter, poet, novelist and TV talking head. As fashion editor of Nova, Harpers & Queen and The Sunday Times she pioneered cutting-edge boho looks before producing a series of erotic fiction bestsellers in the '70s and '80s. In May 2012 she was awarded a Civil List Pension by the Queen for her services to the arts. Work is in progress to stage a musical and produce a movie of her extraordinary life. Her personal website: http://www.mollyparkin.co.uk/.
For more about Victor Olliver's work, visit his website: www.victorolliver.com.