From November 22nd to December 21st comes the time to celebrate all the ‘archers’ in our lives. And as we should! After all, who doesn’t know a Sagittarius they just adore? Fueled by a need to explore, adventure, and experience the world around them, Sagittarius’ are some of the best and most incredible dreamers the zodiac has to offer!
But this article isn’t about how amazing those born under the centaur’s sun sign are. No, this article is for Sag Babies everywhere! So here are five books that you have to read as a Sagittarius!
Fantastically Compelling Fiction
As a Sagittarius moon myself, I understand the kind of literature that moves most Sagittarius sun signs. That kind of fiction is deep and sometimes profound and generous with how much it makes you feel. Because if there’s one thing that Sagittarius’ (like Cancers) love to do, it’s feel––so long as it’s accompanied by just as much thinking.
If you’re looking for a book that will linger with you for weeks after you’ve turned the very last page, then V.E. Schwab’s The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is the one for you! While there is no confirmation in the novel that Addie, who made a deal to live forever at the cost of being forgotten by everyone she meets, is a Sagittarius, her unbreakable spirit and joie de vivre give her big Sag energy. It’s a book we’re sure you’ll love!
If there is one thing almost all Sagittarius’ are understood to be, it’s honesty! And this doesn’t just mean telling the truth, it means being candid. Sagittarius’ are known to care deeply, but they don’t allow that caring to make them dishonest. No, they tell it like it is! Much like the poet behind our choice for this book!
There are so many poetry collections out there and it was very hard to choose just one. But we’ve ultimately decided that Amanda Lovelace’s The Princess Saves Herself In This One is the best choice for all the Sagittarius poetry lovers out there. It’s rich and full of big feelings and big thoughts. Not only that, it doesn’t ever apologize for its raw, shining honesty!
A Moving Memoir
It should not come as any surprise that some of the western world’s most famous and inspiring actors, writers, and creatives are Sagittarius-born. So many of them are known for having high charisma and effortless charm when it comes to socializing. If you know someone who seems to have an easy magnetism to them, odds are, they are a Sagittarius.
This fact makes all the more sense when you realize that one of the music industries brightest stars, Tina Turner, is a Sagittarius herself! So if you’re wanting to learn more about the wondrous singer, check out her fabulous autobiography, My Love Story.
An Eclectic Cookbook
Because Sagittarius’ are known for being highly mutable signs, we wanted to recommend a killer cookbook that would match that easily-changeable quality about them. Typically, when something holds a Sag’s interest, it doesn’t stay that way for long––it’s one of the best qualities of people born under Sagittarius!
So because of that, we picked The “I Don’t Want to Cook” Book by Alyssa Brantley! It’s an awesome collection of 100 recipes for people who might not necessarily want to invest too much time in cooking but without pulling any punches with flavor! Instead of focusing on just one kind of cuisine or type of meal, this cookbook offers so many different kinds of meals. This way, you can pursue all your different kitchen passions!
A Compelling Self-Help Book
We mentioned earlier that every Sagittarius loves to feel, right? Well, not only that, but this sign loves to think too! Sagittarius’ are very deep ponderers who enjoy ruminating on things that not just anyone might. Their optimism and trust in mankind and life itself makes them the kind of audience who enjoy more curious self-help books out there.
While this may seem like a pick for the elusive and enigmatic Pisces’ among us, Elizabeth April’s self-guidance book, You’re Not Dying, You’re Just Waking Up should catch the eye of every Sagittarius reading this article. April offers a unique perspective on how to awaken yourself from the monotony of a life of consumerism, asking tough questions no true Sag would back away from!
And there you are! While you don’t need to be a Sagittarius to pick up these five great reads, we believe these, in particular, will take a shine to them!
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