I invited around 70 writers/bloggers to write a piece about whether or not they're typical of their sign, and how its traits affect their writing life ~ if at all...
Has your favourite writer been featured yet? Links to all previous posts at the end of this one :)
I had no Libra contributors at all then two came along at once, balancing it out nicely:) I'm pleased to introduce my second lady of the scales ~ chick lit author Jennifer Ammoscato. The heroine of her books, Avery Fowler, gets into scrapes that would test the equilibrium of the sturdiest Scorpio, never mind a Libra... here's my review (including both Amazon links) of her debut, Dear Internet, It's Me, Avery..
Here's Jen's rundown of a few of her Libran traits:
(Note ~ let us not forget that Margaret Thatcher was a Libran. I once knew a very strong woman of this sign who was very glamorous and charming but said that the female Libra was 'the iron hand in the velvet glove')
Actually, I tend to be fairly decisive which comes in very handy in writing. Once I figure my story out, I don’t second-guess almost ever. I may experiment a bit if another idea presents itself, but for the most part, once it’s set, the book’s set. "
I just had to find two other lovely lady Librans for Jen, it being allegedly the most feminine sign of the zodiac (but never confuse 'feminine' with 'girly')...
Leo: Anne Goodwin, Alex Johnson,
Aries: Cynthia Harrison
Gemini: Jerome Dumont, John Privilege, Shelley Wilson
Aquarius and Capricorn: Nicky Black
Capricorn: Steffany R
Aquarius: Cathy Ryan, Lynda Renham
Sagittarius: Rachel Amphlett, Wendy J Lennox, Katrina Mountfort,
Virgo: Louise Marley, Elizabeth Ducie, Barb Taub,
Pisces: Maria Savva, Sacha Black
Scorpio: Robert Leigh, Catherine Hokin, Jenny Twist,
Taurus: Valerie-Anne Baglietto, Valerie Poore
Cancer: Katie Oliver, Mark Barry,
Libra: Joanne B