Category Archives: Smashwords

Equal Rights for Blind Americans? Author Says We’re not There Yet

As a member of various blindness, advocacy and guide dog organizations, it’s not uncommon to come across a request from a college student to take a survey on blindness, and I’m always happy to participate. Rarely, however, (in fact, never) … Continue reading

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Authors, Advocates & the Press: Humiliation, Angst & Recovery

Hurray! I can finally scratch “getting humiliated by a national law journal” off of my bucket list. Oh, wait, it wasn’t on there to begin with. Nonetheless, it happened. I hope sharing the experience will enlighten my fellow authors and … Continue reading

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Support Braille literacy with $1.75 & This 75%-off Coupon!

It’s “Read an E-book Week” at Smashwords! The heart of Applebutter Hill by Donna W. Hill is on sale. Get any e-book version for $1.75 now through midnight March 8, when you use coupon code REW75 at:http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/313071?ref=DonnaWHill The Heart of … Continue reading

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