What a fun read! Whobeda’s Guide is a great reference book and one that can be referred to again and again. I read this on a kindle but I’m going to buy one in paperback for referencing. Marcha Fox does a great job of keeping the reader entertained while jogging us through the solar system! This book would also make a great gift if you know someone who likes astrology and would like to analyze their own birth chart or others as well. Check out Marcha’s wonderful daily horoscope on Whobeda’s facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Whobeda/
Marcha says: This is the book I wanted to find when I was first learning astrology. If you want to play “hyperlink bingo” you can find this information on my website at ValkyrieAstrology.com but I compiled it into book form at the request of various other astrologers who were using it as a textbook in their beginning astrology classes. Some of it is tongue-in-cheek, some possibly offensive since I’m a Capricorn with a dry sense of humor. Let’s just say that my 10 year old grandson read it and started analyzing his mom and his sisters. In other words, it’s not technical or boring, so I think you’ll like it and learn a lot.
If you want to learn more about astrology but currently know nothing more than your Sun Sign, then this is the book for you! This entertaining and easy to comprehend guide provides all the information you need to understand astrology’s basic principles and terminology. In addition, you’ll discover how this ancient cosmic art allows you to understand yourself and those around you at a deeper level, plus aid in career selection, parenting, getting along with others (both at home or in the workplace), as well as selecting the best time for any endeavor. If you already consult with an astrologer, the information within will help you speak astrologese and thus get even more out of your professional readings.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Marcha Fox is a prolific writer who has addressed a wide variety of subjects, but her favorite is science fiction. It began as a love of astronomy, which eventually led to a bachelor of science degree in physics from Utah State University. This was followed by a 21 year career at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas where she held a variety of positions including technical writer, engineer, and eventually manager. Her NASA experiences included trips to Cape Canaveral in Florida, visiting other NASA centers in Mississippi, Alabama and Maryland, as well as trips to the European Space Agency in The Netherlands, but the most memorable was the sad task of helping to recover space shuttle debris in East Texas following the tragic Columbia accident in 2003.
Get to know more about Marcha’s hard scifi adventure series Star Trails Tetralogy here.