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The Blind Post News features ads and announcements from and for the blind and visually
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There are also monthly columns:

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,
New: Dear Food Lady. She answers readers questions on home management and food.
Tech news is a monthly column with two writers, by either Char or Liz, alternating months.
Funnyside, "it is to laugh." Jokes, quotes, and riddles in good taste.
Blind people talking is a column where readers share their personal adventures living with a visual challenge.
We also have periodic updates from Global Cane Outreach on their mission trips and events.

Lori Motis also writes a column about some of the books she has recently read and enjoyed.

The news is emailed around the seventh of each month to all current subscribers. There is no cost to subscribe. Sponsors pay for the news each month.

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## the April Blind Post is sponsored by Kate Sniderman, Columbus, Ohio.


Blind indie author Wes Brummer would like you to take a trip back to Kansas in 1935. To a time when tramps rode
the rails to find a job, radio was king, and "dusters" blew across the southern plains. Welcome to the Great Depression. Welcome to the world of Dust and
Roses.

Sara McGurk has a comfortable life: an exciting boyfriend, a good home, and a responsible job. She answers the fan mail for her father’s radio show. And
a broadcasting network has just picked Pastor McGurk’s program, Heaven and Earth, for a national debut. Sam McGurk is about to become a celebrity.

But Sara gets some unexpected news of her own. She is with child. The façade of her easy life is about to implode.
The result is banishment. From her own home.

In desperation, Sara turns to her boyfriend. This leads to a violent argument. Larry leaves her bleeding and abandoned on an empty road in front of a forbidding
limestone house in the middle of nowhere.

Deliverance comes in the form of a strange group of social outcasts. The house was once a county asylum, now a poor farm. The people there take her in.
Now, Sara must heal from her wounds while coping with her fellow residents and Gloria Eisner, the recalcitrant matron of the tenant house.

Her biggest questions, however, are what will happen to her baby, and will she ever find peace with her father?

The silence of the country is mind numbing. Sara longs for the bustle of the city, the clatter of cars, and the sound of news and music. So she writes
to her father’s show as another resident asking for a radio. Her letter is one of thousands her father’s mailroom receives each week. A seemingly futile
gesture.

But Pastor McGurk needs a hook for his network debut. He needs a story that will captivate his new, nationwide audience. d launch his premiere.
He finds it in a letter from a young woman on a poor farm.
Beyond the horizon, forces are approaching. Will Sara come to terms with her father? Or will she and her refuge be left as devastated as the plains after
a Kansas dust storm?

Here is the link:

http://www.amazon.com/Dust-Roses-Wes-Brummer-ebook/dp/B01DIENPL0/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1459558901&sr=1-1&keywords=dust+and+roses

Sample the novel for free or buy it for $2.99. Read it and give me an honest review. And think about the book you can write. Anyone can be an indie author.
Join a writer's group, learn the craft and discover the roads to indie publishing. empowerment.


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Red Eyes
A novel by Gary H. Hensley, C 2015
In e-book and print on Amazon and other online buying sites.
Set primarily in Tennessee and Virginia from 1924 to 1976, this is the adventure-filled life story of Jim Taylor: lawman, lover, family man, churchgoer—and
murderer.
After Jim’s sister Annie is raped and murdered at the age of 13, he becomes obsessed with finding her killer and meting out “payback.” The story of that
pursuit, Jim’s revenge, and the stunning surprise ending of the book make up the central story.
Details, cover photo, sample text, and buying links:
http://www.dvorkin.com/garyhensley/







Posting to the Blind Post News.



You can now place two notices, per month, that are 50 words or less each, at no cost, or one that is 100 words or
less. Announcements that are over 100 to 200 words are $5, and 201 to 300 are $10, and so on. All paying submissions will appear in the Sponsorship section,
which is just before my From the Editor article. The paid notices will also post on the home page of the website.

Email me at foodlady@theblindpost.com
And I will let you know that I have received your submissions.
For payments and donations, you can use foodlady@theblindpost.com with PayPal. Please send your submissions to me by the fourth of the month to appear
in that month’s news. I hope to have the news sent around the seventh of each month.

What can be published in the Blind Post News:

If you are blind or visually impaired, you can submit all types of notices from new or used items, services or training, business or job listings, items
you are looking for, for trade or to give away, and announcements that you think other readers would be interested in. Notices and announcements pertaining
to the blind and low vision community, from all individuals, schools,
and organizations, are also welcome.

If you have any questions about your submission, Email me and I will let you know if it is suitable for The Blind Post News.

The editor reserves the right to decide if an announcement or notice, of any kind, is suitable for The Blind Post. The Blind post does not publish or post
any personals or pen pal notices. All submissions posted are not necessarily the beliefs or opinions of the editor or The Blind Post News. Make sure your
contact information
is correct for each post you submit.

Email all notices to
foodlady@theblindpost.com



 
 




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