Dusty Bunker, a frequent contributor to this magazine, explains how to interpret the planets, signs, and houses in The Beginner's Guide to Astrology, subtitled Class is in Session. This straightforward handbook teaches how to translate astrology's symbolic language into ordinary English. Her teaching style is very much like being in an actual classroom, since the narrative is like a lively chat, as if the reader were right there sitting next to the author, dutifully listening and taking notes…
And she's quite insistent that you do [take notes]. For example, at the bottom of the Mercury page, a little flag appears with the inscription, "Are you making notes? I know I'm repeating myself; it comes from years of raising four children." [She writes] The best way to learn this symbolic system is to make the planets your friends…As the astrological language becomes more familiar to you, you will become a storyteller who can weave magical stories that will transform the lives of others.
~ Chris Lorenz, Reviewer

Review of "One Deadly Rhyme".
"Bunker mixes the puzzle and suspense with a healthy dose of humor...engaging..."
Lynn Harnett, Herald Sunday Review

"A Real Page-Turner. Sue Grafton move over! I loved this book. Sam is a believable character, with a passion for numerology, writing, and her family...Bonus: a numerology lesson in the back of the book."
Catherine Ward

"Congratulations, Dusty. It's a winner! Dusty adds such life to her characters... especially Samantha. I loved this (book)."
Millicent Hart, romance novelist

Review of "Three O'Clock's Dark Night".
"Dusty Bunker begins her metaphysical mystery with several disparate lives, yet each character is linked. At first, all seem to be lost souls...there is murder, violence, sorrow, fear, and loathing. But as Dusty's plot unwinds, there is love, helpfulness and redemption. And yes, always (against) the background of Chaos Theory.  A great tale!"
~ Shelley Glodowski, Senior Reviewer
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