Star news from as­trologer

Weekly read­ings of the stars ahead

Isis Town and Country - - Life - Jodie Dixon Reporter jodie.dixon@isistc­

Lyvea Rose As­trologer I present the stars as a story, fea­tur­ing char­ac­ters from a fic­tional town

WITH a whim­si­cal twist on the clas­sic zodiac, as­trologer Lyvea Rose is set to en­ter­tain and in­form read­ers of her quirky style of astrol­ogy.

Ms Rose stud­ied astrol­ogy in Syd­ney and is set to pub­lish her de­but novel later this year. Over the years she pro­vided weekly col­umns to news­pa­pers, mag­a­zines and cur­rently on­line.

“I present the stars as a story, fea­tur­ing char­ac­ters from a fic­tional town, Horo­scope beach,” Ms Rose said.

Her style is far from the typ­i­cal star signs but her char­ac­ters will get you hooked.

“We all read our stars in the pa­per or on­line, and I have a unique way of de­liv­er­ing a weekly read­ing. I will keep you en­ter­tained and youwill fall in love with all the char­ac­ters.

“Next week I will start my col­umn and I hope you like my style.”

Ms Rose said she has been in­ter­ested in the stars since she was a small child.

“I would al­ways read my zodiac and as I got older I stud­ied with as­trologer David Chris­tensen,”

Ms Rose en­joys the out­doors and feels most at home read­ing a book or writ­ing.

“Hu­mour is the key and in my ex­pe­ri­ence it builds a loyal fol­low­ing,” she said.


ASTROL­OGY: A look into the stars with Childers lo­cal Lyvea Rose.

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