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And Then I’m Gone: A Walk with Thoreau by Mathias B. Freese Book Tour

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Book info:

Title: And Then I Am Gone: A Walk with Thoreau
Author: Mathias B. Freese
Genre: Non-Fiction – Memoir/Biography
Formats: Paperback & eBook
Published by: Wheatmark
ISBN-13: 978-1627875387
Pub. Date: September 21, 2017
Number of pages: 117
Content Warning: N/A
Purchase at: and Barnes&


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

Book Awards:

  • The i Tetralogy: Allbooks Review Editor’s Choice Award 2007
  • Down to a Sunless Sea: National Indie Excellence finalist Book Awards 2007 &
  • Allbooks Reviews Editor’s Choice Award 2007.
  • This Mobius Strip of Ifs: National Indie (Winner) Book Awards, 2012 & Global Ebook Award finalist, 2012.
  • I Truly Lament: Working Through the Holocaust: Finalist in the 2012 Leapfrog Press Fiction Contest out of 424 submissions, Beverly Hills Book Awards, Winner;
  • Readers’ Favorites, Five Stars; Indie Excellence Book Awards, Finalist; Readers’
  • Favorite, Book Award Winner – Bronze medal
  • Tesserae: A Memoir of Two Summers: 2016 Los Angeles Book Festival Honorable Mention, Great Northwest Book Festival Winner in Biography/Autobiography
  • Category, Runner-up in General Non-Fiction Category in the San Francisco Book Festival, Winner for General Non-Fiction in The Beach Book Festival & Runner-Up in General Non-Fiction in the Paris Book Festival

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Book Synopsis: And Then I Am Gone: A Walk with Thoreau tells the story of a New York City man who becomes an Alabama man. Despite his radical migration to simpler living and a late-life marriage to a saint of sorts, his persistent pet anxieties and unanswerable questions follow him. Mathias Freese wants his retreat from the societal “it” to be a brave safari for the self rather than cowardly avoidance, so who better to guide him but Henry David Thoreau, the self-aware philosopher who retreated to Walden Pond “to live deliberately” and cease “the hurry and waste of life”? In this memoir, Freese wishes to share how and why he came to Harvest, Alabama (both literally and figuratively), to impart his existential impressions and concerns, and to leave his mark before he is gone.

Find and follow Mathias on his: website and on Facebook.

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One Comment

  1. Thank you, Kristy. Open for an interview or readers’ questions

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