Henry Kisor lost his hearing at age three to meningitis and encephalitis but went on to excel in the most verbal of professions as a literary journalist. This new and expanded edition of Kisor's engrossing memoir recounts his life as a deaf person in a hearing world and addresses heartening changes over the last two decades due to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and...
When does life begin? In this beautifully written, first hand account, Elyse testifies that life begins at conception. Without condemnation, she compels readers to tune into their spirits and make the most of every heartbeat they have left.