Keepers of Golden Dreams joins London Book Fair 2022


Remembering the past unveils the journey to the secrets of the future in a new book

“The title of my book, Keepers of Golden Dreamers, came to me in a dream. I had been thinking about what to name for some time and couldn’t find anything suitable.

— Therese Philips Sirawsky

LONDON, UK, March 30, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Remembering the past is the central theme of Theresa Philips Sirawsky’s new book, Keeper of Golden Dreams. In her book, it consists of 17 chapters, and she shares the story of events that her grandmother and parents experienced in their past village life in Slovakia. Each slip creates a chilling atmosphere, felt with calm and serene narration in each chapter – an exquisite writer’s approach that chronologically reveals nothing less.

The book begins with the slow, pure, melodic bang of the village church bell of St. Katherine as it strikes at noon time. Noon was the hour of the Angelus – as the villagers showed their devout practice and intensely devoted to their faith. The village of Dravce, a province of Austria, was nestled in the rolling green hills of Austria-Hungary, home to hardworking and fun-loving villagers. “The title of my book, Keepers of Golden Dreamers, came to me in a dream. I had been thinking about what to name for some time and couldn’t find anything suitable. Then one morning I woke up with a start, and it was there, ablaze in my mind,” said author Theresa Philips-Sirawsky.

“Great book! Very well written and instructive. »
—Virginia A. Swist, Amazon Customer Review.

“Great book!! I hope there will be more after this one!
— Natalie Wargo, Amazon Customer Reviews.

golden dream keeper
Written by: Theresa Philips Sirawsky
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