Now I See
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Bill Skipworth had everything he wanted in life: a career, a home, a wife and new family – until he went completely blind. Now I See is the powerful story of how Bill Skipworth went completely blind before partially regaining the ability to see. It’s a compelling true story, with some unusual and fascinating features: synaesthesia – in this case, the association sounds with colours both inside and outside the visible spectrum; and Charles Bonnet Syndrome – which caused terrifying visual hallucinations.
From the steel town of Scunthorpe to the Steel City of Sheffield, Bill’s life demonstrates the importance of perseverance and faith as he tells his personal story of loss and hope, with the aim of inspiring others who are struggling with the situations life throws at them. Anyone who reads this book cannot fail to be struck by the uniqueness of it, nor by how the author’s Christian faith carried him through – literally – the darkest of times. Now I See is truly an inspirational book.
106 pages, including one B&W illustration. The Kindle version of this book is also available, and the Audible version will follow soon.