Selena Summers, a native and resident of Australia, graduated from Melbourne University with a degree in philosophy and literature and a sub major in Eastern culture and thought. After college, Selena began her training in feng shui in Amsterdam, where she studied with Professor Vincent Wu of Hong Kong.
In 1992, Selena began writing a feng shui column for Womans
Day Magazine, which she has been doing now for ten years. Her
book, Feng Shui in 5 Minutes, a bestseller in Australia,
came about from reader interest in a user-friendly bookabout the
Chinese art and has been hailed by Australian readers as "the most
easy-to-use feng shui book in the world." In 1998, Selena starred
in a feature called House Busters, where she, a clairvoyant,
and an astrologer traveled around Australia analyzing Womans
Day readers' homes and lives. In 2000, Selena had a weekly feng
shui radio spot on Radio West in Western Australia. She has also
appeared on morning television in Melbourne and has done radio
interviews all over Australia.
Second Runner Up for the Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) Award for Best Self-Help Book
"This is possibly the easiest feng shui book I've ever read...It explains feng shui in a language and style that's easy to understand and apply. Advertised as a "handy guidebook," Feng Shui in 5 Minutes certainly lives up to its promise. It's an invaluable reference book."--Psychic Quarterly
"This is the first Feng Shui book I've come across that is simple, understandable, and universal...This is a great guide to practical Feng Shui that is immediately useful."--Janet Boyer, Bellaonline.com