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President’s Day

The President’s Day weekend ice storm is an annual tradition here in North Carolina, and in my haste to get yesterday’s post up in between power outages, I accidentally forgot half of it. So here it is, for real this time.

What Roman god or goddess is looking out for your sign—and what are they reading when they’re not?

Astrology is popular all times of the year, but it’s particularly apropos around Valentine’s Day—the holiday of love, overpriced merchandise, and the patron saint of plague victims (also apropos this year).

Astrology memes are also quite entertaining (for obvious reasons), so this month I bring you this post:

What Roman god or goddess is looking out for you, and what they’re reading when they’re not

Featuring LGBT titles, because ancient Rome was super gay, and the author Megan Derr, because she’s super great.

Without further ado:

Aries | Mar 21 – Apr 20

Minerva: The Beast

Taurus | Apr 21 – May 20

Venus: Making Dragon Stew

Gemini | May 21 – Jun 20

Apollo: The Tailor

Cancer | Jun 21 – Jul 22

Mercury: Midnight

Leo | Jul 23 – Aug 22

Jupiter: The Secret of Mermaid Cove

Virgo | Aug 23 – Sep 22

Ceres: The Broken Forest

Libra | Sep 23 – Oct 22

Vulcan: Wriggle and Sparkle

Scorpio | Oct 23 – Nov 22

Mars: Locke & Key

Sagittarius | Nov 23 – Dec 21

Diana: Deceived

Capricorn | Dec 22 – Jan 19

Vesta: The Knight and the Prince

Aquarius | Jan 20 – Feb 19

Juno: Ivan the Heartless

Pisces | Feb 20 – March 20

Neptune: Tournament of Losers

And here’s your handy reference to all the signs’ birth dates, as well as the mottos assigned to them

Reference guide to the signs, their birth dates, and mottos. Illustrated by yours truly.

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