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From the editor by Lori Motis,
Blind man walking by Joshua Loya,
Living with low vision by Donna Williams,
Yarn, hook, and needle, crafts by Phyllis Campbell,
The view from here by Mark Carlson,
From the pages of Donna's travel diary by Donna J. Jodhan,
Tips and tidbits from the Food Lady by Lori Motis AKA Food Lady, and tech news from various writers.
Blind people talking is a column where readers share their personal adventures living with a visual challenge.
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Phyllis Staton Campbell of Staunton, VA, has turned her blindness into an asset, as she releases "Where Sheep May Safely Graze," fiction, Westbow Press.
"Where Sheep May Safely Graze" tells the story of Jim, blinded while serving as chaplain in Iraq, and his wife, Amy. The reader follows the young couple as they meet the challenge of a new marriage, a new church in a rural area, vastly different from the prestigious city church where they served before Jim's blindness, and Jim's wealthy interfering mother.
Campbell, who was born blind, says she wants her readers to view the blind as normal people, who see the world through touch, smell and sound, not as superbeings, nor sad creatures, to be pitied. If you're looking for either of these, don't read this book! Pastor Jim and Amy make mistakes, they know sorrow and joy; they meet their challenges with humor, love for each other, and a deep abiding faith in God. You'll laugh, you'll cry and you'll find inspiration. This is simply a good read for all ages. Readers of The Mitford books by Jan Karon, will find Where Sheep May Safely Graze of special interest.
In creating her blind characters, Phyllis Staton Campbell calls on her own experience as a woman who is blind and that of others. She has worked as teacher of the blind, computer tutor, youth transition specialist and organist.
She lives in Staunton, Virginia, where she serves as organist at historic Faith Lutheran Church, not far from the home she shared with her husband Chuck, who waits on the other side of that door we call death.
Where Sheep May Safely graze is available in softcover, hardcover, and as an ebook.
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Other books by Phyllis Campbell…
COME HOME MY HEART, 1985, available from your regional library and from BARD
REPRINTED IN 2001; FRIENDSHIPS IN THE DARK, 1996 Reprint 1997, also available from your library and BARD; The Evil Men Do, 2006, true crime, written under contract for the family of the victim; Who Will hear Them Cry, April, 2012 ebook available from Amazon, apple, and Smashwords in various formats; ; A Place To Belong August, 2012; Out of the Night February, 2014 also available as an ebook as above;
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As a special offer, I will email a copy of any of my books except The Evil Men Do in your desired format, including .brf files ready for reading on your braille aware device at a reduced price. Contact me for details.
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