“The Selected Poems of K Morris” is now available in braille from the Royal National Institute of Blind People

On 15 November, I wrote a post in which I said that my “Selected Poems” would soon be available in braille, from the Royal National Institute of Blind People, (RNIB), https://kmorrispoet.com/2019/11/15/my-selected-poems-will-soon-be-available-in-braille-from-rnib/. I am pleased to announce that “The Selected Poems of K Morris (Braille edition) was delivered this afternoon (Saturday 30 November).

I am, of course, delighted that visually impaired people (those who read braille, for by no means all sight impaired individuals do so), will have the option to enjoy my poetry in this format. In addition, text to speech is, of course enabled on all of my books, meaning that those who (like me) are unable to read print, can listen to my Kindle titles.

For links to all of my books please visit my blog’s “About” page, https://kmorrispoet.com/about/.

9 thoughts on ““The Selected Poems of K Morris” is now available in braille from the Royal National Institute of Blind People

    1. K Morris Poet Post author

      Thank you, Chris. There is something special about physical books and its wonderful that I now have a physical (braille) copy, to go with the paperback edition. Kevin

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  1. Motivated Mind

    That’s great Kevin! Awesome! Congratulations!
    I finally chatted with my mum about hand commands. She does them too with Boyd. Not a lot, but he does respond to hand commands. She uses them in and around the house she told me. But most commands are voice commands. Best wishes, Mentje

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    1. K Morris Poet Post author

      Hi Mentje,

      Its good to hear from you, and many thanks for your kind congratulations on the publication of my book in braille.

      I was interested to hear that your mum does use some hand commands with Boyd.

      Best wishes, Kevin

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