No, Tapper hasn’t been finished and published yet, but a couple of other items have been, thanks to good friend and fellow Scribophile Kathy Steinemann. She is the author of the book, IBS-IBD Fiber Charts: Soluble & Insoluble Fibre Data for Over 450 Items, Including Links to Internet Resources, which is now available on CreateSpace, on Barnes and Noble, and on Amazon (although Amazon seems to be having problems getting the right version posted). I wrote a foreword for the book (as listed on the cover). I also contributed a humorous short story, How Not to Prepare for a Colonoscopy, which is included as part of the end material (an appropriate placement, given the subject matter).
The book is chock full of information to help people with irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease. I’ve suffered from the IBS-D version of irritable bowel syndrome since I was twelve years old. As I say in the foreword, I wish a reference like this had been available when I was finally able to control my own diet—my life probably would have been a lot easier.
In any case, the book will eventually be made available for Kindle readers (I’ll post here when the SNAFU is worked out), but until Amazon gets things fixed, hardcover is the way to go. In fact, if you go to CreateSpace and use the code QERP9EAF, you’ll get $3.00 off of the purchase price!
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