Author Shares The Richness of a Blind Man’s World in New Book

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Readers will find what a blind man hears through his tales and experiences told in “If You Could Only See What I Hear”

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The sense of sight is among the most important gifts of man from God. But what about those who are deprived of it, what do they see?     According to an article posted in, it is a common notion that blind people have more developed powers of hearing than people who can see. Legally blind for the last 35 years, author Vincent Seplesky will prove this notion right as he presents his lates book, If You Could Only See What I Hear. Aimed to inspire and amuse readers, this book enfolds the various things he has heard – his experiences, conversations, perceived information, and random thoughts that reflect the journey of life.

Seplesky has been blind for the last 35 years after his brain operation that ruined his optic nerve. Though he is not fully adjusted to being blind, it does not hold him back to share to the world what his life is, including what he perceives everyday in his blind world. In If You Could Only See What I Hear, he shares different things that everyone can find valuable insight and lessons. Throughout this book, readers will find stories that depict his life, his experiences, especially with AA, his interaction with various individuals, his conversations with others, and the things that he hears.

Inspirational and a motivational read, If You Could Only See What I Hear is a vivid proof of a blind man’s power to surpass his limitations. This book is available in trade paperback, trade hardback, and Ebook formats.

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About the Author

Author Vincent Seplesky did not drink in high school, college, or his first years of marriage. Employment, the stress of life and other issues led to his alcoholism. This burden was overcome through a 12-Step program and has not truly been an issue for the last 43 years. The author went to Rutgers University School of Alcohol Studies without eyesight and eventually was given a position with the Mayor’s Office of Alcoholism. He was promoted to Director and held that position for 17 years. When the mayor closed the office for budget purposes the author opened his own private office for counseling. After many series of happenings, he eventually wound up in assisted living in Manhattan, NY.

If You Could Only See What I Hear * by Vincent Seplesky
Publication Date: September 7, 2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 53 pages; 978-1-4628-8576-3
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 53 pages; 978-1-4628-8577-0

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