A different way of seeing

Lois book front cover

A Blind Woman’s Journey of Living an “Ordinary” Life in an Extraordinary Way.

Have you ever wondered how a blind person pours a cup of coffee? Or how they and their guide dog know when it’s safe to cross a busy road?
When Lois Strachan lost her sight at the age of 21 years she had to learn the answers to these and countless other questions of how to live as a blind person in a sighted world.

In this delightfully quirky and entertaining book Lois shares some of the secrets she discovered about how to live an “ordinary” life in an extraordinary way despite her blindness.

You can but the book on Amazon (print or Kindle), or in South Africa for local postage.

Some endorsements…

“An entertaining, informative and educational read that gives you an insight into the life of an inspirational woman who lives life to the fullest. Well worth reading.”

Gail Glover – Executive Director, South African Guide-Dogs Association for the Blind

“A must-read for anyone, with or without a disability.”

Hanif Kruger –Resource Centre Manager, South African National Council for the Blind

“In her fascinating account of the life of a blind person, Lois Strachan lifts the lid on aspects of life that most of us take for granted. We should all learn a lot from Lois’s different way of seeing.”

George Mahood – Author of Free Country & Every Day is a Holiday

“Lois’s stories provide insights on how to positively deal with the challenges in life to emerge victorious.”

Bob “Idea Man Hooey – author of “Why didn’t I ‘THINK’ of that?”

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