Monthly Archives: March 2019

Blindness & Faith Healing: an Old Street Performer’s Musings

As a blind woman who worked as a street performer for eleven years, I have experienced many wonderful moments with the public. I’ve also experienced some awkward, painful and infuriating ones. The ministrations of faith healers were particularly aggravating. Before … Continue reading

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Read an eBook Week: The Heart of Applebutter Hill is Free Through March 9, 2019 

Kitty says, “Always heard it’s nice to snuggle up with a good book.” Here are some shots my hubby, Rich Hill, took of my fantasy-adventure, educator-recommended novel The Heart of Applebutter Hill. I’m hoping you’ll enjoy them enough to grant … Continue reading

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