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#ShareAReviewDay – Walking by Inner Vision by Lynda McKinney Lambert

Thank you MARCIA for posting this review of my book! It looks great. I really appreciate this so much.

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This morning, it is my pleasure to welcome Lynda McKinney Lambert to The Write Stuff. Lynda is sharing a review of her book of stories and poems, Walking by Inner Vision. I know you folks will really enjoy this one, and will share it on all your social media. Thanks so much!

REVIEW:

“Walking by Inner Vision” Book Review
Posted on 5/1/2017
by Beckie Horter

Celebrating our successes as visually impaired people is an essential step on the journey to healing.Peer advisor, Lynda McKinney Lambertknows this firsthand.

Celebrating in a Memorable Way

After profound vision loss in 2007 due to Ischemic Optic Neuropathy, Lynda did not use a computer for almost two years. When she finally did relearn her way around the computer with the help of adaptive technology, she decided to celebrate in a memorable way. She started a blog.

Lynda’s blog, “Walking by Inner Vision,” grew…

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Elusive realities: Lynda McKinney Lambert ~ William’s Red Roses

Re-Blogging this beautiful presentation of one of my stories, by Sue Vincent on her blog “Illusive Realities.” This story is in my latest book, “Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems.” No wonder my book sales have DOUBLED LAST MONTH. My stories are uplifting and beautiful and good for the Human Heart. Thank you Sue for publishing my work.

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

image of rose against a dark skyImage: Sue Vincent

Early morning is my favorite time of day. My habit is to walk into the bathroom, pull up the blind, and peer outside to see what this new day is like. When I looked out the window early this morning, it was not yet daylight. The world was a soft, hazy, grayish blue. Snow! Newly fallen snow covered the earth like a pristine, frigid blanket. The wind was not blowing and the fresh day seemed eerily still. Even the early morning shrieks of black crows were absent. I glanced out over the wooded hillside, far beyond this second–story window. Everything was quiet. Subdued. Bleak.

A winter storm moved in yesterday, just as the weather reports predicted. By noon, the rural roads in our neighborhood were already covered with the kind of large snowflakes that quietly surrounded everything. There is something about the anticipation of a snowstorm that…

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Elusive Realities: Lynda McKinney Lambert – A Visitation from Butterflies

From my latest book, a story of a gentle encounter with the Divine.

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

Image: Sue Vincent

When I see a butterfly in a summer field, it brings back a specific memory. The impressions are as vivid as they were nine years ago, when I witnessed something miraculous! My rare observation was not in warm weather, nor was it outside in a field of flowers. What I witnessed took place on a frigid winter day in a large urban hospital room, in the Intensive Care Unit.

I watched quietly while two butterflies played together in the stillness of thin air, as though time had vanished. This vision I saw happened unexpectedly, just a couple of months after I lost most of my eyesight to a rare disease. I had not yet had any rehabilitation or training and could no longer see my own face in a mirror.

I lingered for hours at the bedside of our daughter, Heidi Melinda. She was in a medically…

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