Total waste of time. Thank goodness it only took 10 minutes to read. Just goes to show that anyone can call themselves a "writer".
I have already mastered many of the techniques in this book - Just ask my neighbors.
Not meant to be fine literature.
Some more examples:
Every time you develop a roll of film, get doubles. Leave your favorite 2 or 3 snapshots propped up on the nearest shelf.
One can never own too many coasters or throw pillows.
A silly book with tidy examples of anti-feng shui.
"Photo OverLoad: Everytime you develop a roll of film, get doubles. Leave your favorite two or three snapshots propped up on the nearest shelf."
"Feng Food: Avoid sitting at the table to eat or drink. This makes it easier to leave mugs by the side of the bath, cereal bowls on the bedroom floor, and the salt and pepper next to the sofa."
Probably my favorite, applicable to me of course, "Feng Fridge: Cover your refrigerator door with magnets, memos, alphabet sets, photos, and cartoons. This will replace a clean empty surface with a random visual explosion - Feng Shit at it's finest!"
Short. Cute. Not fine literature, but entertaining. I got a few useful quotes from it.