According to the Hazel Dixon-Cooper’s first book, “Born on a Rotten Day” written about astrology, divination, birth chart reading and zodiac. According the people who already read it, said that this book and the author descriptions of the dark side of the zodiac were biting, hilarious and spot-on.
A lot of reader enjoyed the book as the find it funny and even people who fond and serious of astrology and divination would definitely love the book also.
Excerpt from the book: Capricorn – “You want people to believe you are a socially astute, dignified, classically chic success magnet. Actually, you’re a dedicated social climber who knows just enough about manners to eat with a fork and not blow your nose in public. Capricorn is the sign of the business tycoon, urban legend, hermit, and party pooper, goats also make excellent personal shoppers and self-employed hit men”.
Hazel showed his another face of her character, feel-good astrology and shines a light on the maladjusted side of the Universe. She aims a million-candle-power floodlight on the workplace in her new book, “Work on a Rotten Day: Astrological Advice for Outwitting Conniving Coworkers, Slacker Staff, and The Boss from Hell.”
Astrology was boring until I read Hazel Dixon-Cooper’s first book, “Born on a Rotten Day.” Her descriptions of the dark side of the zodiac were biting, hilarious and spot-on.
So much so, the book needed to be shared. Forget turkey. At a Thanksgiving dinner, I read Hazel’s astrological passages to family and friends. There were affirmative shouts, finger pointing, laughter and many requests to read more.
Source : News Observer