Braille Editions of My Books

As a registered blind person and a user of braille, I believe that my books should be available in accessible formats, including braille.

My Old Clock I Wind” is available in braille for loan or sale, from the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).

To order please email library@rnib.org.uk, or call RNIB on 0303 123 9999 (quoting order number 25870603.

Lost in the Labyrinth of My Mind” is also available in braille from RNIB, and can be ordered (as above), by quoting order number 25686204.

Due to the Corona virus, the RNIB transcription service is not currently accepting orders for the production of braille books. I am, however working with a private transcription company arranging for my recently released poetry collection, “Light and Shade” to be transcribed into braille.

If you are interested in obtaining “Light and Shade” in braille, please email me at kmorrispoet (at) gmail dot com, putting “Light and Shade”, Braille edition in the subject line of your message. (My email address is rendered thus in an attempt to defeat spammers).

All of my books are also available, with text to speech enabled, from Amazon, which ensures they can be read by those who are unable to read print.

To visit my Amazon author page (which contains links to my books) please click here, https://www.amazon.com/K.-Morris/e/B00CEECWHY/.
“Light and Shade” is currently not displayed on my author page. It can, however be found by clicking here, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08B37VVKV/.

6 thoughts on “Braille Editions of My Books

    1. K Morris Poet Post author

      Many thanks for sharing my post, Patty. I have used braille since I was a small boy. Whilst ebooks and audio downloads are wonderful, I retain an affection for braille. Its a joy to sit with a braille book on my knee, and I want my readers to enjoy my books in as many ways as possible, including good, old-fashioned (but still very servicable) braille.

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  1. V.M.Sang

    It’s great that you do braille editions, Kevin. I keep on trying to remember to put descriptions of pictures on my posts for bline people, but I keep forgetting. Not good!

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