THE BOOKS

Mark Tedesco's books are available at fine bookstores or can be ordered online.

Lessons and Beliefs: Searching for Love in the Gay World 

ISBN-978-0578147550

Since wisdom is born of reflection on experience, Mark Tedesco takes the reader on a journey as he contemplates the quest for fulfilling relationships with others and with himself. Lessons and Beliefs: Searching for Love in the Gay World is both self help and memoir, giving a riveting account of love and relationships in the gay world.

I am John I am Paul: A Story of Two Soldiers in Ancient Rome

ISBN-1300158107

"Adventure, intrigue, faith, commitment, love and hate and everything between! Mark Tedesco has done it again, fashioning what is arguably his best work yet! He entices you on a phenomenal journey into the fascinating lives of two 4th century Roman soldiers, John and Paul, in a tale of loyalty and love that grabs you by the throat from the very first sentence and holds you spellbound, gasping for air as you're swept from chapter to chapter ..." -Tony McEwing, KTTV

That Undeniable Longing: My Journey To and From the Priesthood

ISBN-0897335996

This is a remarkably timely and fascinating personal story of a young man who became a priest and then discovered he was gay. He slowly comes to the realization that the flesh and the spirit need not be at war with each other, and he ultimately decides to leave the priesthood. 

Loving, Hoping, Believing

ISBN-110557833X

Poetry expressing passion, love, hope and faith. Intense yet simple verses which reach within the human spirit and hint at the greatness of the human heart. Tedesco's poetry is captivating because it emanates from his humanity as he grapples with those questions that are at the very core of human experience. "They reveal the deepest and often most elusive expressions of the heart!" -Tony McEwing, KTLA News

The Dog on the Acropolis

ISBN-13: 978-0578214368

A family living in Greece at the time of the construction of the Parthenon and another family, thousands of years later, eking out a living at the base of the Acropolis. The repercussions of the meeting of man and dog would unfold in unforeseen ways that would impact the lives around them. 

© 2013 by MARK TEDESCO/Twitter: @MarkTedesco5