Thursday Book Feature: Words of Life

This is a wonderful post. It gives me the option or I should say ability, two profiles two of my totally talented clients at one time. This book is featured in the reading with the authors column. I simply cannot get the title to edit. Thank you so much for reading and for sharing.

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Words of Life: Essays and Poems

By Ann Chiappetta

Copyright 2019

From the author of Upwellingand Follow Your Dog comes a short collection of poetry and prose on family vacations, vision loss, animals, and other topics. It also includes a work of flash fiction. An introduction by the author explains what inspired this compilation.

I met Ann Chiappetta through Behind Our Eyes, an organization of writers with disabilities. I like how she writes about the lighter and darker sides of life. My favorite piece is one in which she describes how she rescued two baby sparrows, only one of whom survived, and the hard lesson her eight-year-old son learned from this experience. I recommend this book, which not only provides insight on vision loss but on other negative and positive aspects of life.

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3 Responses to Thursday Book Feature: Words of Life

  1. Thank you for the re-blog, Patty.


    • Patty says:

      Hi, you are welcome. I have this book on my to be read list. Along with about 1 trillion others LOL. Oh, so many books. Oh, so little time. LOL.

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