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The Blind Post News features ads and announcements from and for the blind and visually
impaired.
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, and 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 updates from Global Cane Outreach on their mission trips and events.


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

We have 1234 current subscribers. Read below the Sponsorship section, for what and how to submit ads and announcements. Please support our wonderful sponsors listed below.

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Sponsors for August



Announcing a new nonfiction book



My Ideal Partner: How I Met, Married, and Cared for the Man I Loved Despite Debilitating Odds (Copyright July 2016 / 275 pages in the print edition)
by Abbie Johnson Taylor

In September of 2005, Abbie Johnson, who is visually impaired, married Bill Taylor, 19 years her senior and blind. Three months later, he suffered the
first of two strokes that confined him to a wheelchair. Using prose and poetry, the author tells the story of how she met, married, and then cared for
Bill for six years, detailing both the happy times and the hard ones. After one month in a nursing home, Bill Taylor passed away in October of 2012.

My Ideal Partner is for sale in e-book ($3.99) and print ($11.95) from Amazon, CreateSpace, and Smashwords. More details and buying links are on the author’s
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Abbie Taylor lives in Sheridan, Wyoming, where she writes full time. She is the author of three other published books: a romance novel and two volumes
of poetry.

My Ideal Partner was edited and produced by David and Leonore Dvorkin, of Denver, Colorado. For details of their services, please see www.dvorkin.com/epubhelp


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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 sixth of the month to appear
in that month’s issue. The news will be emailed, to all current subscribers, around the ninth 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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