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PALMISTRY POINTERS TO POSSIBLE GLITCHES IN YOUR ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS

PREFERRED COVER ENTIRE PALM WITH ALL LINES  BLACK TEXT AND CLEARER AUTHOR FINALThis is my latest ebook, written under the pseudonym of Gennifer Dooley Hart.

I’ve long had an interest in palmistry. This is a short (20 pages with diagrams) guide from an article I had published some time ago.

PALMISTRY POINTERS

Use the Centuries-Old Art of Palmistry to Learn More About Your New Romantic Interest…Or Even Your Old One.

Planning to live with someone or make the deeper commitment of marriage with all its legal entanglements? Then gaining deeper insights into your partner’s warts and all traits would be time well-spent.

THEY SAY YOU NEVER KNOW SOMEONE TILL YOU LIVE WITH THEM, but with palmistry you can.

In these days of high divorce rates, don’t you think it’s worthwhile to discover all you can about the person who might be ‘The One’? Or even to delve deeper into the less attractive personality traits of the person with whom you intend to spend the rest of your life

Don’t you owe it to yourself and any future children to choose as wisely as possible? With palmistry, it’s impossible for those less desirable attributes to stay hidden from you behind surface charm or sweet nothings – everything is there for you to discover.

So why not learn what your partner’s hands reveal about them? You might save yourself — and any future offspring — a lot of heartache.

Here are the Links:
Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FAUUE7O
Amazon.co.uk: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00FAUUE7O

10 thoughts on “PALMISTRY POINTERS TO POSSIBLE GLITCHES IN YOUR ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS

  1. I own several books on the subject and I agree it can be a great tool

    1. And me. i have to restrain myself from buying more! I’m the same with books about writing. Hopefully, the tax man will make a contribution. 🙂

  2. I use book sin Palmistry, Astrology, numerology and such to build my characters

    1. Hi Maria

      Yes, I use palmistry and astrology, too. They do help to give you a handle on your characters, don’tthey?

  3. Great book! What sort of palmistry do you usually practice? Indian, Vedic, Western, Chinese, etc?

    Take care

    1. Hi Wassim,

      Thanks! Glad you liked it.

      Oh, I don’t practise. I’m only an interested amateur, but I’ve learned enough to write basic little guides like this or to use it as my ‘party piece’ when I socialise..

      I’ve only researched western palmistry, though I’ve briefly checked out the others. Astrology is another interest of mine.

      1. I see… I wish you all the success!

      2. Thanks, Wassim.

    1. Thanks, Wassim. 🙂

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