Apartment #4. Clutter. Dead Plants. A Mirror Facing The Bed. Plumbing On The Fritz. What Could Go Wrong?

For Charlotte Nightingale the question is will anything ever go right? Stuck in a rut, constantly repeating the mistakes that knock her down, what will it take to turn Charlotte’s life, and luck, around? Enter Kwan, a mysterious stranger who secretly practices Feng Shui in Charlotte’s apartment. Will the ancient art of ”wind and water”—the Chinese philosophy of harmonizing people with their surrounding environment—change Charlotte’s life for the better, or is it all about to get worse?A laugh-out-loud page turner, Feng Shui and Charlotte Nightingale is an enchanting contemporary fable and a captivating debut.

Feng Shui

For over 4,000 years the Chinese have practiced the ancient art of Feng Shui, a complex body of knowledge that reveals how to balance the energies of any given space to assure health, love and good fortune for the people inhabiting it. The Chinese never met Charlotte Nightingale.


A handsome Chinese food deliveryman/Feng Shui master takes pity on Charlotte and breaks out every tool in his Feng Shui arsenal to bring her some modicum of happiness. It rocks her world all right. Charlotte’s life goes from bad to worse.

Pam Ferderbar is a witty and wonderful writer, and her book is a great reminder of the magic all around us. A delightful and enlightening read for anyone who's ever wondered, "why me?"  Read it and get your chi flowing. 

- Cindy Guidry, author of The Last Single Woman in America

When everything comes crashing down and run-of-the-mill catastrophes pale in comparison to recent events, Charlotte unwittingly embarks on a great adventure during which she finds romance, a new wardrobe, bags of money, and most importantly, herself.

Feng Shui and Charlotte Nightingale is a laugh-out-loud, feel-good delight of a book.

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