“More than Best Friends”

I believe wholeheartedly in charity anthologies, they’re a win-win for everyone. These authors have donated their stories and created their book in support of Guide Dogs for the Blind. Please support them, and the cause, by downloading a copy of the book and donating. Have you ever thought how debilitating it would be to lose your sight? I am extremely short sighted (-10). Without my contact lenses, the world to me is just a vague blur of light, shadow and colour. I fear losing my sight every day. So I will definitely be getting my copy. Hope you do too.

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

Author Kevin Morris has just announced that “More than Best Friends” is now available for download. The book is an anthology of stories and poems from more than a dozen writers designed to help raise both funds and awareness for Guide Dogs for the Blind.

Kevin writes: “The purpose of this anthology is to raise much needed funds for the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, (www.guidedogs.org.uk/), the UK charity which provides highly trained working dogs enabling visually impaired people to live and work independently. As someone who is now working with my fourth guide dog, Trigger (you can see Trigger and I on the front cover) I am acutely aware of the vital role dogs like my four-legged friend Trigger play in enhancing the independence of blind and partially sighted people. All monies donated go directly to the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association so do please give whatever…

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