Gilge family legacy now on Havre bookshelves

 

Last updated 5/25/2021 at 11:54am

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"Snakecicles" author Tim Gilge and his wife, Juletta, pose for a photograph. Gilge's book, to which his wife contributed, is a collection of short stories based on growing up in north-central Montana in an "atypical" family.

First-time author Tim Gilge has published a series of short stories from his family life growing up in the Havre area titled "Snakecicles: Homeschooling, Hunting, Trapping, and Fishing. A series of short stories about an atypical Montana Family".

The 104-page paperback was self-published and released through Amazon Dec. 4. The collection tells Gilge's family tales about homeschooling as well as "trapping skunks, napalm incidents, animal resurrection, and much, much more." The book is also available in ebook form and an audio book narrated by his father, Kent Gilge, is currently in producti...



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