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Secrets from a Stargazer's Notebook: Making Astrology Work for You

by Debbi Kempton Smith

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Astrology books are usually dry and dull. Most will overwhelm a new reader with their calculations, chart erections, and planet analysis. However "Secrets from a Stargazer's Notebook" shows us an entertaining and humorous side to a typically sobering subject matter. Moreover, you don't have to know much about astrology to enjoy it. What you will need is a wicked sense of humor and the ability to laugh at yourself. What's more, it might even inspire you to learn more about astrology. Debbi makes it fun and a littler easier to comprehend. ( )
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The Irreverent Classic. Debbi Kempton-Smith's Secrets From a Stargazer's Notebook is the brilliant, witty, outrageous, groundbreaking, wildly popular book that forever changes the way people look at astrology. Surf the easy look-it-up tables (1930-2030)for all the planets plus Chiron and the X-O planets.

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