How to Appreciate an Aries

How to Appreciate an Aries

Real Life Guidance on How to Get Along and be Friends with the First Sign of the Zodiac

Using real-life examples and free on-line resources find the answers you need to understand the Aries' in your life.


Have you ever come across the active, energetic Aries energy? Do you know why learning how to appreciate them is so important? Would you like to know how to be friends with or date one successfully?
This insider information will guide you through the process of easily making a chart using on-line resources so you can learn how to find the three most important parts of a birth chart.


As a double Aries (Sun and Asc) I found Mary English’s book, How to Appreciate an Aries, a delight. Mary’s writing is chatty, accessible and vibrant, and she captures the essence of this sign perfectly. The book is peppered with anecdotes that illustrate vividly Aries characteristics. This is more than just a book on a sun sign, though, as it introduces the complexity of astrology in a clear and straightforward way that won’t overwhelm the beginner. I’m sure Mary English will inspire her readers to explore astrology further. ~ Babs Kirby, author 21st Century Star Signs -

Mary English’s books on the signs of the zodiac provide an ideal way to start learning about astrology. They are particularly suited to anyone who has had their interest piqued through newspaper sun-sign columns and wants to learn a bit more. Each book introduces one sign of the zodiac, and from that basis Mary introduces the reader to the bigger picture – the astrological chart. It seems to me that she strikes a good balance: the basics of constructing a chart are explained, but she never allows this to become dry and theoretical. The reader is kept interested throughout – partly by her lively use of anecdotes, and also because she provides the wherewithal to draw up one’s own astrological chart, so that one is learning about astrology and about oneself from the get-go. Her engaging, conversational style makes the reader feel as if they are having a good gossip with a friend rather than studying, but nonetheless a lot of information is imparted. Her books can be recommended not only to astrological novices, but also to seasoned professionals who feel the need for some astrological refreshment. ~ – Garry Phillipson, author of Astrology in the Year Zero

Mary English
Mary English Mary English was born in London and educated in Switzerland at the American International School of Zurich. She comes from a large family an...

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