Linda Goodman

Year of birth : 1925
Place of birth : West Virginia
Parents : Robert Stratton Kemery, Mazie McBee
Education : Graduated High School
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“ I am dedicated to the truth, the whole truth, 

and nothing but the truth, so help me Saturn.

“ It gave me a sharp loving-pain 

When you tried so hard to stop the rain And

believed so hard that you could.

“ Victory is the thought transformation resulting

from comprehending that physical immortality perpetual longevity,

sans illness and aging eternal, healthy,youthful life

in your living flesh is not a fantasy,

but a practical and attainable possibility ”

Books by the Master

" Gooberz “ … “ Star Signs “ … “ Daughters of the Appalachians “ … “  Venus Trines at Midnight: Love Poems “ … 
“ Relationship Signs “ … “ Love Poems: Levels of Love Awareness “ … “ Sun Signs “ … “ Love Signs “ 


Mary Alice Kemery popularly known as Linda Goodman (April 9, 1925 - October 21, 1995) was a New York Times bestselling American astrologer and poet. She is notable as the author of the first astrology book to make The New York Times Best Seller list.

Linda Goodman was born in Morgantown, West Virginia. Linda Goodman assumed the name "Linda" during World War II for a popular WCOM radio show in Parkersburg that she hosted called Love Letters from Linda. Each show consisted of Linda reading letters written between soldiers and their loved ones. Each letter was punctuated with a popular song of the day. She began her career writing for newspapers in the eastern and southeastern United States. She also wrote speeches for black American civil rights leader Whitney Young, who served for several years as president of the National Urban League.