Susan Miller is a pioneer of the Internet, a businesswoman, publisher, and author of 14 best-selling astrology books. An accredited astrologer, she is the founder of AstrologyZone.com where she writes comprehensive monthly forecasts available on the Internet. Started in 1995, Susan’s website is visited by 13 million unique readers annually. According to Google Analytics, her site is #1 in readership in America. Astrology Zone® is also read internationally, where 52% of her web traffic is based, emanating from 132 countries.
Susan is also a regular, monthly contributing editor to four international fashion magazines: Vogue Japan, Vogue China, W South Korea, and Amica, a glossy fashion magazine based in Milan for Italian readers. In the US, Susan was a contributing editor for Instyle for five years, and prior to that, for Elle Magazine for six years.
Susan’s corporate clients are too numerous to list, but most recently she was invited by Louis Vuitton to help celebrate Mr. Vuitton’s 200th birthday. In addition to speaking to selected LV press, Susan also designed a window in concert with a creative team from the Creative Lab in London, displaying the solar system within one of Mr. Vuitton’s classic trunks. In September 2021, Susan’s window design was replicated in 400 Louis Vuitton boutiques worldwide.
In 2020, just prior to the Coronavirus shutdown in New York City, from January 1 to March 1, Susan designed her own pop-up Astrology Zone shop in Bloomingdale’s flagship New York City 59th Street location. Susan’s shop was situated on the main floor where Susan, working with Bloomingdale’s buyers in multiple departments, displayed many types of gifts, appropriate for Fire, Earth, Air, or Water signs. The beautifully decorated 1,200-square foot boutique with ceiling to floor continuous films of the four elements was replicated in Bloomingdale’s stores in Bergen County New Jersey, Union Square in San Francisco, and in the Westside Mall in Los Angeles.
Susan has two popular apps that are available on the Apple App Store and Google Play. The first is called “Daily Horoscope Astrology Zone + More by Susan Miller,” which is offered in two versions—free and paid subscription. Her premium paid version is a three-time award winner, receiving first prize for compelling content from the Media Excellence Awards. Susan’s app, first created in 2003, and updated several times, was most recently completely redesigned in August 2020. The premium version of her app was given the Honoree award for three consecutive years by the Webby Awards.
Her second, newest app, also available on the Apple App Store and Google Play, was introduced in June 2022 and is called “Moonlight: Phases of the Moon by Susan Miller.” Her app reports many ephemeral facts, including the eight moon phases, which of the 12 signs the moon will be traveling through that day, and its most important feature, the precise time the moon becomes void-of-course—and when that period stops. The moon goes void continually at random intervals, sometimes for a matter of minutes, but most often for several hours or more than a day.
Readers will know when to sidestep a void-moon period no matter where they live or happen to be traveling. Both “Daily Horoscope” and “Moonlight” employ GPS location services to report accurate important information for each day on the calendar worldwide regardless of where the app user is on the planet. Her Moonlight app goes up to the year 2050 and is meant to be used every day so that app users will always know when to time their most vital initiations. Susan Miller’s Moonlight app is considered unique for a mass audience, and like her other app, is beautifully designed and is supremely user friendly.
Finally, in the astrological community, Susan was a finalist in the Professional Image category of the Regulus Awards at the United Astrology Conference in Orlando, Florida. (The conference takes place every five years and attracts an international audience.) The Regulus Award is the highest honor given to an astrologer for their contribution to the field of astrology. The award is named after Regulus, the brightest star in the night sky.