Amazon’s Top 100!!!

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Amazon’s Top 100!!!

"Mirror Mirror"

I don’t write the type of astrology books that are likely to make it to the top of Amazon’s Top 100. Sun signs aren’t my thing and goddess help me, I couldn’t write a “how to learn astrology” book. The kind of astrology book I wanted write is the type that demonstrates all the really cool things astrology can do.

My first book, “Growing Pains” explored the Jupiter and Saturn cycles and how they relate to child development and education. “Mirror Mirror” explored synastry and transits of famous people, the actors that portrayed them and what was happening astrologically that contributed to the success of the films.

So imagine my surprise when my good friend Victor Olliver PM’d me informing me that “Mirror Mirror” had made it to number 49 in Amazon’s Astrology books! 49!!!! By the time I screengrabbed it, it had gone down to 53 but nevertheless, here is the evidence!

You can also see it is almost within the top 1000 of a non astrology category (Cinema & Film). So I’m happy the book is doing so well!!!

Please do support astrology by purchasing a book(S) that shows so much more to astrology than Sun signs!

Thank you in advance!!

“Mirror Mirror” at the Oscars!

I had the opportunity to join the Evolutionary Astrologers’ Zoom meeting to present a lecture on films that have won Oscars using the “Mirror Mirror” methodology. You can catch the full broadcast here.

And, in case you missed it, here’s an interview with the lovely Ana Isabel where we discuss “Mirror Mirror”


I’ll be speaking in the “Astrology and other Vocations” tracks for OP on 14 May 2022. Check out the full schedule here.

Alex Trenoweth
Alex Trenoweth
Alex Trenoweth, MA, DFAstrolS is an astrologer, teacher and author of "Growing Pains", "The Wolf You Feed" and the soon-to-be-released "Mirror Mirror" by The Wessex Astrologer. She travels across the globe lecturing on the topic of Astrology and Education. In 2015, she was voted "Best International Astrologer" for her innovative research on astrology and adolescence. Her work has been published in major astrological magazines around the world such as Dell Horoscope, the International Society of Astrological Research, the Organization for Professional Astrologers and she is co-editor of "Constellation News", one of the largest astrological magazines on the planet.

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