Austin, Texas (PRWEB) January 14, 2014
Kathryn Weber announces the release of her 2014 Feng Shui Forecast, Year of the Horse on Amazon. 2014 Feng Shui Forecast, Year of the Horse is a complete feng shui forecast for all of 2014 with predictions and outlook for money and investments, real estate, love and auspicious colors to wear in the year ahead. The book gives advice for all house and bedroom directions, plus predictions for all Chinese zodiac signs and advises on monthly feng shui changes.
What can we expect in the Year of the Horse? “The fire element is strong this year and that’s going to do good things for real estate, investments and stock market, and travel,” said Kathryn Weber, author. Weber also points to strong gains in business for women to key positions, like Mary Barra’s appointment as CEO of GMC announced late in 2013. Women have a real shot at moving ahead financially and maybe even crashing through that glass ceiling in the Year of the Horse, according to Weber.
The 2014 Feng Shui Forecast, Year of the Horse is an annual publication written by Kathryn Weber that makes feng shui predictions for the year and for all house directions and Chinese zodiac signs. The forecast has been published for over eight years for readers of her feng shui e-Zine, the Red Lotus Letter (redlotusletter.com), and has been published for the past three years on Amazon. This annual forecast has been well received by Weber’s 20,000 newsletter readers and is currently No. 4 in sales of feng shui books on Kindle.
ABOUT KATHRYN WEBER
Kathryn is one of the leading experts in feng shui on the Internet with her feng shui e-Zine (Internet newsletter), the Red Lotus Letter. The Red Lotus Letter is a popular and long running feng shui e-Zine on the Web. Weber has been featured in magazines and websites such Seventeen, First for Women, Faces, Conceive, Natural Health, Asia Pool and Spa magazines, CBS MoneyWatch, and Entrepreneur.com, and designed feng shui jewelry collections for HSN. Her newspaper column, Living Space, is syndicated through Tribune Content Agency and is read in papers and websites such as the Sacramento Bee, San Jose Mercury News, Orlando Sun-Sentinel, and Chicago Tribune.