Author Talk: 'The Freedom of a Tangled Vine' with Heather Tierney

Join WCHS and author Heather Tierney for the first of two author talks during February, which is 'I Love To Read' month! This evening talk will be held on Tuesday, February 3rd at 6:30pm in the Wright County Historical Society's Activity Room. 

Heather is a teacher at Buffalo High School and her website, www.thefreedomofatangledvine.com, describes her book as follows:

"Two women. Two generations. Two different concepts of truth. 

Photographs of a stranger are found in her mother's jewelry box. A small town whispers about the baby with auburn hair.

With her daughter’s uncovering of a long-held secret, Alina is forced to reopen the wounds she had hidden for more than forty years. Now, with her family as the audience, Alina must give breath to fragments of her life she had drowned, and unravel what she had twisted into truth. 

The Freedom of a Tangled Vine is the story of one family’s discovery of what lies between memory and reality. And of the intricate ties that define and embrace us."

Please support our local small businesses by purchasing your copy locally at either Buffalo Books or the Book Break, if you are interested. You do not have to own the book to come to the talk; if you do, please bring your copy for the author to sign.

For more information please contact Sally at 763-682-7323, or visit our Facebook page.