The Big Book of Astrology 2013

Kelli Fox


The Big Book of Astrology 2013


It’s your complete guide to the year. This in-depth information includes a yearly summary and month-by-month forecasts for every sign plus month-by-month highlights of your best days and off days. It’s your ultimate guide to love, career and financial success in 2013.

The Big Book of Astrology contains all you need to know about your personal horoscope for the year. Be prepared for the forthcoming year and discover how to maximise your opportunities and potential to make the most of 2013.

This guide contains: a personality profile for each sign in love, like and lust as well as a career and money overview for each sign. How about knowing the dark side of each sign? Those hidden traits we’d rather sweep under the rug? Perhaps laugh and learn about the other signs and their not so charming characteristics.

When it comes to romance find out about each sign’s love and financial compatibility. Take a sneak peek into the lives of our favourite famous people. Are they really true to their sign or is the more going on we don’t know about?

Find out what is in store for you in the year ahead and the ideal days to attract love, money and success!


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Author Information

Kelli Fox

Kelli was first drawn to astrology during her childhood in Sydney, Australia. As early as eight years of age, she began recording birth dates and sun signs for anyone willing to share. Kelli’s formal astrological studies began at the College of Humanistic Astrology. This led to her professional accreditation with multiple organizations including: CA NCGR IV (National Council for Geocosmic Research), PMAFA (Professional Member of the American Federation of Astrologers), ISAR C.A.P. (International Society for Astrological Research), and the FAA ‚Ķ