Just last evening, I purchased this book. I can’t wait to read it.
As Abbie states, even if you don’t have a guide dog, this is a book you will enjoy.
Adding to that, let me say, that I feel especially if you don’t have a guide dog, it’s a book you should read.
Because you will learn tons about guide dogs you didn’t know, while being thoroughly entertained.
Head on over and pick up this magnificent book today!
by DeAnna Quietwater Noriega
What Smashwords Says
The author’s nine guide dogs are described in loving detail: their appearance, personalities, and why each had to retire. Noriega describes her family, her life as a blind college student, and her work experience. While she accentuates the positive, she does not shy away from letting us know that there have also been more than a few negatives in her life. But touches of humor lighten every chapter.
I met DeAnna Quietwater Noriega years ago through Behind Our Eyes, an organization of disabled authors to which I belong. Before that, she worked with my late husband, Bill, on the Colorado Council of the Blind. I’ve enjoyed reading her poems and stories, most of which were about her guide dogs and Native American heritage. :
Fifty Years of Walking with Friends didn’t disappoint…
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