Monthly Archives: July 2015

A bit of inspiration and a question about lighthouses

I’m in the middle of reading a book of romances set around historical lighthouses. As I read the novellas written by Diana Mills and three other Christian romance authors, I begin to hear the words of an old hymn entitled … Continue reading

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A second opinion of Unified English Braille, and a writing tip I discovered by reading this new braille code

Hello everyone, After reading my July issue of the Braille Music Magazine produced in Unified English Braille (UEB), in the UK, I have discovered that this change isn’t as bad as I first thought. Here’s why: At first I found … Continue reading

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My favorite object

I know I have posted about this before on my blog, but I would have to say that my favorite object, hangs out on our front porch, and it is called wind chimes. I bought my mother a set of … Continue reading

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Opinion: Braille as many of us :old-time” Braille readers know it, is about to change.

If any of my readers or followers are blind, and you read Braille, be prepared to see a change in Braille as we know it. I subscribe to two British Braille Magazines, which were originally produced in British Braille. This … Continue reading

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A day in the life of a writer who is blind

What is it like to be blind? A girl I knew, who came to the Georgia Academy for the Blind, from a local public school, to take some industrial arts classes, asked me that one day at recess when I … Continue reading

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Author Spotlight, James R. Campbell

The following is a guest post by my dear friend and fellow member of the Behind Our Eyes organization for writers with disabilities. I was granted permission to share this essay as a guest post with my readers and fellow … Continue reading

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Feeling Nestalgic

Have you ever had one of those days when you long to relive the happy memories of your childhood, or you long to find the music and books you love to read, so you can enjoy them all over again? … Continue reading

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