AUTHOR’S CORNER: Thought Wheel has posted a new item, ‘Whiskey Boy, Where Are You?’

Hello again campbellsworld visitors.
This afternoon in the Author’s Corner I’ve a real treat to share.
Author Ann Chiappetta has a blog and as I was pawing through piles and piles of email I ran across a message letting me know of another awesome post from her.
I am copying the info as it came to me so that you may visit the blog for yourselves.
I’m including the subscribe information so that if you wish you may subscribe to follow Ann.
Once you’ve read my announcement I encourage you to continue onward for just a moment more.
Because I’ve some very important information on how you may find and buy Ann’s book.
Thanks for dropping by the Author’s Corner and be sure to come back soon to find out what else we might be up to.
Until next time this is Patty and Campbell saying…
May harmony find you and blessid be.

Thought Wheel has posted a new item, ‘Whiskey Boy, Where Are You?’

I love games, especially card games and dice games. When I began losing my vision, I transitioned to large print playing cards, then braille cards. I learned to play some games on my computer, though in the early 1990s there wasn’t much to play except solitaire and a few others. When mobile technology […]

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Best regards,
Ann Chiappetta

More on Ann and her wonderful book Follow Your Dog: A Story of Love and Trust
Nonfiction by Ann Chiappetta / C 2017

Follow Your Dog: A Story of Love and Trust
Nonfiction by Ann Chiappetta / C 2017
In e-book ($3.99) and print ($11.95) from Amazon and multiple other online sellers.

Follow the author as she moves from an unhappy early life and her unstoppable loss of vision to happiness and fulfillment as a guide dog user, wife, and mother who works as a V.A. counselor. This touching, informative, and beautifully written book will surely resonate with many besides guide dog raisers, trainers, and handlers. Includes stories and photos of her most beloved dogs, past and present.

From the text:
While there is practical merit to the human–canine bond, which developed over a period of 70,000 years, it’s not akin to any other human-animal relationship. It is unique. The person and guide dog are interdependent, and the bond of mutual trust is what makes the partnership successful and fulfilling for both. With this book, I hope to take the reader on a journey of understanding: learning what it’s like to overcome the darker side of disability by walking the path of independence with a canine partner.
For cover photo, longer synopsis, free text preview, author bio, and buying links, see:
Note: Cover photo, photo of Bailey with a big stick, and close-up photo of Verona in the snow are copyrighted.
The book was edited and prepared for publication by David and Leonore Dvorkin, of DLD Books:
Ann Chiappetta, M.S., lives in New Rochelle, New York. Her personal website is

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