PRLog - Sep. 20, 2012 - EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- NASHVILLE, TN—A car accident shattered Minnesota author Louise Mathewson’s life almost a decade ago, sending her into a two-week coma. As she struggled to heal the traumatic brain injury and posttraumatic stress, writing poetry became her lifeline.
Mathewson’s new book, "A Life Interrupted:
"A Life Interrupted"
“Shattering, haunting, humbling and ultimately triumphant, this poetic memoir takes us deeper into a damaged brain and the courageous crawl back to a reclaimed life,” says Kathleen Adams, LPC, director of the Center for Journaling Therapy and Therapeutic Writing Institute. “Language, once lost, returns to shimmer on the page...This collection will surely provide hope, identification, and voice for those who struggle with TBI, and those who love and serve them.”
The internationally published award-winning author of short stories, narrative essays, and poems, Mathewson has always written about the sacred moments in everyday experiences. Today those experiences hold even deeper meaning.
A Life Interrupted is available in original trade paperback and ebook from www.pearlsong.com, online retailers, and select independent bookstores. For more information visit www.louisemathewson.com.