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  • Trees, the Guardian of the Soul

    • $23.95
    • Patrick Grayson
    • 166 A5 Pages
    • ISBN: 978-0-620-43938-1

    A book of 63 short stories that imparts the wisdom of the ages - appealing to all age groups.

    If you have forgotten what enchantment is, lost your reverence for nature and belief in faeries, if your well of creativity has run dry – this book will take you to the centre of your being, place of fantasy and intuition and will awaken the eternal child who dwells within and knows that no thing is impossible. These are stories that will sooth the minds of all seekers.

    Testimonials

    "We, like Dante sometimes find ourselves lost in a dark wood with the road lost and gone. This book points to the tracks that will lead us back to the edge of the forest, back into sunlight."
    Dorian Haarhoff (poet, writer and writing mentor, who is steeped in story. A former Professor of English at UCT)

    "In this delightful book of short stories, Pat Grayson interweaves his own eclectic mix of philosophy, hope, humour and encouragement in a way that is delightful to read and will leave you turning the page for the next story. "Treat yourself to one story every day and savour the gentle message within it."
    Caroline Chaplin, editor Renaissance Magazine



    Patrick Grayson

    Pat Grayson is an entrepreneur (3 companies), publisher, author, writing coach and motivational speaker. He is the author of; Trees - the Guardians of the Soul, Know Thyself, Yogi, How to Write - Right! and now, Calling your Will (Publisher O-Books UK). He has had several TV and radio interviews.

    Pat is 58-year-old Australian, As a child he spent time in an orphanage. He is dyslexic, which influenced his leaving school at the age of 15, almost illiterate. But over the years Pat aligned with his self worth and is grateful for his difficult past and teaches that all is possible.

    Interviews, Reviews, TV and Radio

    Watch TV Interview and Panel Discussion, TV1, South Africa 2007

    Testimonial

    "Dear Pat,

    Hugs and a huge thank you for this afternoon's radio interview. It was informative, inspiring and great fun. Congratulations on the book. Keep on loving what you're doing. That, too, came across. Best wishes and thanks."
    Elaine Harris
    Afternoon Show Presenter ABC Northern Tasmania, Australia

    Writing Courses

    For information on Pat's writing workshops (for Australia or South Africa), or the correspondence course, click here.

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