Fishing Guide to the Stars
Fishing Guide to the Stars: Fishing for love thru the zodiac
The long title ought to be about as self-explanatory as need be.
As an astrologer, my most common question from clients, friends and cohorts:
“I’m a (insert sign here). Do I get along with a (insert sign here)?”
As a writer, this text had the weirdest history. It started out as a book, at an editor’s request, then I popped it up on the web page, as I fine-tuned the material. Finally, I published it. Quick, concise, down and dirty look at what signs get along with what signs. Includes a handy thumb-nail sketch for each sign — along with bait suggestions.
[caption id="attachment_672" align="alignright" width="150"] The Leo[/caption]Leo: Bill and Hillary, anyone? And talk about your Scorpio tenacity... “Behind every great man...” Okay, no clichés. I refer, occasionally, to “astrology glue” when I’m looking at relationships. There has to be something binding to make a serious relationship work. This is a tough call on this relationship because…
[caption id="attachment_671" align="alignright" width="150"] The Crab[/caption]Cancer: Okay, let’s try this one: Virgo girls are great. Cancer men can be wonderful. It’s not a pairing up without a degree of good stuff going for it. There is a problem, though. You want to fix the fence in the backyard. He wants to “play house,” which looks…
Capricorn: I was sitting in the “hot tub” of a SouthWest Airlines flight, going on a trip the Left Coast, and I found myself sitting across from an old couple that was having some fun, greatly relieved, apparently, to be escaping Texas. It’s a sentiment that I don’t understand myself. After a cup of coffee,…
[caption id="attachment_672" align="alignleft" width="150"] The Leo[/caption]Sagittarius: My fine little Leo girl, you should know better than to try and hook yourself a Sagittarius guy. We’re fun, we make great friends, and there’s certain air about us Sagittarius types that makes us ever so appealing. That’s the good news. In the little astrology primer I’ve used…
It was written over a period of years, with thousands of charts used as archetypes and examples. No names, though. For sure. Tens of thousands of charts.
The real title? It should be something like “A Girl’s Guide to Bass Fishing, Boys and Boats.” Although, it might not be clear, it’s a guide on what combinations work best to land what (sign) of boy. Guy. Guide.
Title: Fishing Guide to the Stars: Fishing for love thru the zodiac
“Astrological Romance Reference”
Website: Astrology Compatibility by Birthdate