Linda Goodman's Love Signs

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RosettaBooks, Mar 23, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 944 pages

The 1968 publication of Linda Goodman's Sun Signs popularized astrology worldwide. Magazines and newspapers began running regular astrology columns and Goodman contributed insert articles into the mass circulation women's magazines. An ever increasing percentage of people knew their sign (as well as yours) and studied astrological tendencies.

Linda Goodman's Love Signs addresses and answered the question asked by everyone familiar with astrology--how do I relate to someone of another sign? Each sign is "related" to the twelve signs of the zodiac in a different and unique way. Each section addresses the differences for a male and a female with the same sign matches.

This edition of Linda Goodman's Love Signs has been fully updated with current references and Goodman's magical first-person prose has been preserved so that the reading experience is as enjoyable as when this work was first published.

This ebook edition of Linda Goodman's Love Signs is the first time that this classic work has been available in electronic format.


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User Review  - cyanide.cupcake - LibraryThing

Not what I was looking for, but filled a need for knowledge nonetheless. This book doesn't accurately explain Sun Signs. It does for a general view, yes, but when it comes to people, you really need ... Read full review


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This is a very fun book to own. The style and format were well thought out. It has been quite a conversationstarter at parties and it also fun to read and find out about people you have different ... Read full review




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Linda Goodman is a native of West Virginia. She popularized astrology with the publication of her book, Linda Goodman's Sun Signs in 1968. Sun Signs is the only astrology book to ever appear on the New York Times bestseller list. Since then, it has sold tens of millions of copies worldwide and is the single most widely read introduction to astrology available.

Ten years after the success of Sun Signs, Goodman published Linda Goodman Love Signs which answered the question posed by almost every reader of astrology - how does my sign relate and interface with the twelve other signs of the zodiac. Love Signs was as big an international success as was Sun Signs.

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