Outside Myself by Kristen Witucki: A Stunning Portrayal of Blindness Reviewed by Donna W. Hill

An excellent review.
I first thought I’d wait until Wednesday to share this but after reading it and the week I’ve just had where in I encountered such ignorance concerning blindness I decided waiting wasn’t an option.
A Worthy Reading With the Authors review for sure.

The Heart of Applebutter Hill

When you hear that someone is “having trouble adjusting to blindness,” you may be tempted to think that they need to accept the “fact” that they simply cannot do a laundry list of essential human activities. Can you set that aside for a time and consider this? Perhaps they need to learn that the sighted people around them don’t have the answers and in many cases may be holding them back.

Book cover of Outside Myself by Kristen Witucki, shows profiles of dual protagonists on background of warm tan parchment with title in Braille: photo courtesy Kristen Witucki.

The book cover of Outside Myself by Kristen Wytucki shows profiles of the dual protagonists on a background of warm tan, slightly wrinkled parchment . Both facing in the same direction, Tallie’s is nested inside Benjamin’s. Benjamin’s profile is slightly lighter than the background, and Tallie’s is a little lighter still. The profiles cast a shadow, as if someone cut each out of paper and laid them on the cover. The title is in black text. It also appears…

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2 Responses to Outside Myself by Kristen Witucki: A Stunning Portrayal of Blindness Reviewed by Donna W. Hill

  1. Hi Patty, thanks so much for reblogging!

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