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William Arthur Nahmens’s “A Walk in the Darkness” was Exhibited at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

The author shares what it takes to struggle with vision loss.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

Very insightful as to what someone with vision loss experiences. – George Will, Amazon Customer

William Arthur Nahmens’s “A Walk in the Darkness: One Man’s Struggle with Vision Loss” was exhibited by self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at the 2023 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. The book festival took place at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, last April 22-23, 2023.

“A Walk in the Darkness” follows the life of the author, William Arthur Nahmens, as he overcomes vision loss. The readers are taken into a perspective in which his vision was impaired when he was young. Legally blind, William needs to power through the challenges that he encounters and lives with losing his eyesight.

The book was written not to invoke sympathy from the readers. Being blind does not automatically put him in a position that needs sympathy from people. Instead, the author only talks about his personal story and would like to use the medium to encourage people who are also experiencing the same fate.

Blindness may hinder one’s activities as vision is one of the important senses that people rely on, especially if they were born with it. Losing vision while growing up means the person has to adjust to his environment while fighting the voices in his head that affects his psyche. The author uses his personal experiences to be a light and a vision for those who are slowly losing their vision, encouraging them to never give up.

“A Walk in the Darkness” by William Arthur Nahmens is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Get a copy today.

Book Title | A Walk in the Darkness: [i]One Man’s Struggle with Vision Loss[/i]
Author | William Arthur Nahmens
Published Date | December 2, 2022
Publisher | Self Published
Genre | Biography

Author’s Biography

William Arthur Nahmens is a United States Marine Corps Veteran. He served eight years, reaching the rank of Sergeant. His stories are a combination of personal experiences and stories told to him by others he has met over the years, sprinkled with just a touch of fiction (for added excitement). He is legally blind and spends most of his time writing poetry and stories about charters he has met during his life time. He loves spending time alone with his memories. His hope in writing is twofold. First to tell others who have gone through similar experiences that it is to be human and show your emotions, second is to give those who never served, a glimpse of what Military life is like and offer them a chance to take a glimpse into the mind of a Marine. That glimpse can be both enlightening as well as freighting as you learn what it takes to become a Marine and what it means to be a Marine. The saying “Once a Marine. Always a Marine: is not just some mindless words strung together. It is a code every Marine lives by for the rest of their life.

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