On a quest to bring vividness to ordinary experiences, Holiday Mathis is an artist who defies category. Her fascination with how our interior worlds connect to the cosmic swirl has led her to place among the world’s most prolific columnists with well over
eight million words published in her long-running syndicated horoscope column running daily in the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and hundreds of newspapers around the world. 

Holiday works in multiple mediums to explore the themes close to her heart: the passage of time, the precariousness of identity, emotional intimacy and loneliness. She works in multiple mediums including film, music and books. Holiday is a multi-platinum-selling songwriter with songs sung by Miley Cyrus, Emma Roberts and more. She has authored several books including the novella “How to Fail Epically in Hollywood”.  She lives in rural Tennessee with her husband, daughter and two Shih Tzus. 

“Oh my sweet lucky luck! To be born into breath and hold the sky inside me.” — Holiday 

A quick, delightful romp, with colorful characters painted with the backdrop of Los Angeles and its music scene.

After failing epically in Hollywood for many years, Holiday Mathis managed to become a multiplatinum-selling songwriter with songs recorded by Miley Cyrus, Emma Roberts, and more. She also writes the daily horoscope for the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and hundreds of newspapers around the world. Throughout her decades-long syndication, she’s published over eight million words on luck, the stars, and the human condition. She currently lives in Nashville with her husband, daughter, and two Shih Tzus.


Rock Your Stars by Holiday Mathis

Rock your stars. Rule your world. That’s Holiday Mathis’s philosophy. Learn how to work the stars above, she declares, and you can get everything you want out of life right here on earth.

In the lively and intelligent Rock Your Stars, syndicated columnist and “rock ‘n roll astrologer” Holiday Mathis offers a modern manual to making every life decision, whether it’s what to wear, who to love, which career ladder to climb, what color to paint the bedroom, or how to find the right exercise plan—all by using astrology as a practical guide.

Holiday tells it straight, showing women how to use astrology as a handy tool for self-analysis and daily contentment. “Some people write down their dreams, some do yoga, some talk to therapists,” she says. “My way is to look up and start a conversation with the stars.”

Unlike traditional astrology books that focus only on the typical characteristics and personalities of astrological signs, Holiday focuses on day-to-day, real-life issues—romance, sex, money, family, friendship, health, style, home. Complete with Q&A’s with readers, astrological analyses of trends, and insightful profiles of public personalities, Rock Your Stars is truly a must-have guide to getting it all.

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