Buzzing Book: Tesserae: A Memoir of Two Summers by Mathias B. Freese

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About the Book

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Book Title: Tesserae: A Memoir of Two Summers

Author’s Name: Mathias B. Freese

Genre: Non-Fiction/Memoir

Publisher: Wheatmark

# of Pages: 236

Synopsis

Tesserae: A Memoir of Two Summers stands above much of the crowd in its commitment to ask, ‘What is it to remember?’ Mathias B. Freese, tenderly plaiting a web that spreads from Woodstock, Las Vegas, Long Island, and North Carolina, locates friends and family, lovers long since gone, desire and passion sometimes quenched sometimes unrequited, and the harrowing agony that comes from that most soul-crushing word of all, regret. But Tesserae is not a work of sadness and grief. Rather, it is an effort from a trained psychotherapist adept at understanding the feelings that we all have. The quiescence found has a staying effect upon the mind; this memoir lingers in the reader’s memory for some time.” — Steven Berndt, Professor of American Literature, College of Southern Nevada

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About the Author

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MATHIAS B. FREESE is a multi-published, award-winning author, writer, teacher and psychotherapist.

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One thought on “Buzzing Book: Tesserae: A Memoir of Two Summers by Mathias B. Freese”

  1. Thank you for hosting my book. Your readers should know that
    I have published THE i TETRALOGY (2005), a novel about the Holocaust, DOWN TO A SUNLESS SEA (2008), a book of short stories, THIS MOBIUS STRIP OF IFS (2012), a collection of essays, I TRULY LAMENT: WORKING THROUGH THE HOLOCAUST, 27 short stories from different points of view in 2015 which has garnered several important awards. And TESSERAE (2016) which was awarded honorable mention, 2016 Los Angeles Book Festival and 2016 Great Northwest Book Festival winner in Biography/Autobiography category.
    Always open to engaging readers with their questions. Interested in give-a-ways. They speak of social media, but I am a retired clinical social worker and relish working with my ever-growing fan base. I write to share.

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