There are stories about specific instances that took place, a couple were life-threatening, most are positive and a few are absolutely hilarious.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Gurnet Saquish, Massachusetts is a private community open only to residents, renters and invited guests, mentioned at gurnetsaquish.com. This intimate community is where author Connie Matuzek built his home and hilarious, memorable relationships.
Matuzek’s first book “Forty Years at Saquish Beach” is comprised of true stories from his life on a remote beach with his wife, raising their two daughters.
“My 40 years of adventures and experiences at Saquish Beach is a story that many people will relate to and enjoy,” Matuzek said.
Saquish Beach is located on an isolated peninsula only thirty miles southeast of Boston and is known for its close community and saltwater fishing.
“I loved this book because on just about every page I was able to imagine myself bringing up my family in such an utopian setting,” Richard Balakier said, Amazon Review. “From the dog to the cat to the boating to the fishing, I felt I was with the author at the time.”
Matuzek takes his experiences from raising children, building a house without any power tools, saltwater fishing, living with the wildlife and forming friendships and turned them into comical stories for anyone to relate to.
“There are stories about specific instances that took place, a couple were life-threatening, most are positive and a few are absolutely hilarious,” Matuzek said.
For more information, visit fortyyearsatsaquishbeach.com.
“Forty Years at Saquish Beach” By Connie Matuzek
Retail price $28.99
Available in paperback, hardcover and e-book
About the author:
Connie Matuzek, husband and father, lived on Saquish Beach, Massachusetts for more than 40 years. Matuzek graduated with a degree in electrical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Massachusetts. Matuzek and his wife now reside in Fort Myers, Florida where he has volunteered for more than 15 years at the Ding Darling National Refuge on Sanibel Island, Florida.