Somebody Stole My Iron: A Family Memoir of Dementia
Somebody Stole My Iron: A Family Memoir of Dementia takes the reader on a journey down the rabbit-hole of dementia, detailing the daily challenges, turbulent emotions, and many painful decisions involved when caring for two parents with dementia. Vicki Tapia weaves the lessons she learned, as well as her missteps along the way, into this meaningful and sometimes humorous narrative, offering those caring for a loved one guidance and insight, as well as a reassurance they aren’t alone. [full description]
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Maggie: A Journey of Love, Loss and Survival
Maggie: A Journey of Love, Loss and Survival is a work of historical fiction inspired by the life of the author’s great-grandmother. Readers will be captivated by Maggie Perry, a 19th century woman from Michigan, finding her way to eastern Montana in the early 20th century. Through three turbulent marriages, she endures betrayal, abuse, forced separation and tragedy to become a strong, confident and independent woman, empowered by her own ingenuity and resourcefulness. [full description]
Sandstone: An Anthology to Support This House of Books
Vicki Tapia’s short story, “Freedom,” written from the perspective of an eleven-year-old girl growing up in eastern Montana in the early 1960’s, is included in an anthology of western writers entitled Sandstone. This anthology was published in an effort to help raise funds for a local indie bookstore.