Cane Confessions (Large Print)

“Cane Confessions (Large Print)” by Amy Bovaird

Book Themes

Vision loss, blindness, disabilities, faith, humor.

Also available in ebook and paperback.

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


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Kudos to Ant Press
“If you are lucky enough to publish with Ant Press, you are very lucky indeed. Victoria Twead and Jacky Donovan provided me with a full- on professional publishing effort and they did it with kindness, patience and a professionalism rarely seen. Jacky had an exquisite sense of my voice and her editorial expertise resulted in a book that captured the true feel and sense of my memoir. Her communications were always timely and on point and her unfailing good humor and encouragement helped me achieve my long held dream of publishing, Tell Me About It, the story of my clinical career. Ant Press embodies the saying—Teamwork makes the dream work.”
Pinny Brakeley Bugaeff
Tell Me About it – Memoir of a psychotherapist