“Cane Confessions” by Amy Bovaird

Book Themes

Vision loss, blindness, disabilities, faith, humor.

Who is Amy Bovaird?

Although Amy Bovaird suffers from a dual disability—progressive vision and hearing loss due to Usher Syndrome, she continues to enjoy running, hiking and traveling. Amy also volunteers with local and national animal rescue organizations. She blogs about the challenges she faces as she loses more vision and hearing. But more importantly, she shares the lessons God reveals to her through her difficulties. You can read about her experiences at http://www.amybovaird.com

 

Connect with Amy Bovaird

Email: abovaird@verizon.net

Website: amybovaird.com

Blog: amybovaird.com/blog

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Amy_Bovaird

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amybovairdauthor/

Pinterest:  https://www.pinterest.com/amybovairdautho/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-bovaird-157bb420

Mailing list: http://eepurl.com/1682P

 

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Testimonials

Having had my first book published by a major NYC, I didn’t know what to expect when working with Victoria Twead and Ant Press, her small indie outfit.

What a revelation! She responds quickly, kindly, patiently, and accurately, and she’s a whiz at promotion and marketing. Six beta readers proofed my final manuscript. Within 24 hours of the eBook being available for pre-order, my memoir, Midwife: A Calling, was #1 in two of Amazon’s categories of similar content, and #5 in a third.

Best of all, from my perspective, was Victoria’s ability to calm my meltdown when facing computer and technology issues. She finally said, “I’ll do it for you. Just give me your password.” I did, and she did, and I slept soundly.

I’ll be writing at least two more books, and I’ll definitely use Ant Press again and again.

Peggy Vincent
Midwife: A Calling