Unblinded is published by Morgan James Publishing

"Unblinded is a once-in-a-lifetime story, a journey through darkness and light, love and loss, awakening and discovery. Its pages take us, at once, on a remarkable true adventure and into the heart and mind of a most extraordinary individual. A beautifully written and inspiring tale, and a reminder to us all about what really matters." 
—ROBERT KURSON, New York Times bestselling author of Crashing Through, Shadow Divers, and Pirate Hunters 

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Kevin Coughlin has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows. He inspired a CNN story chronicling his experience living as a blind person in New York City which was instrumental in establishing its first blind advocacy program. His story, Blind Injustice, was featured on the CBS evening news. He lives in New York City with his beloved dog, Elias.



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“Unblinded: One Man’s Courageous Journey through Darkness to Sight” by Amazon #1 Best-selling author, Traci Medford-Rosow, with Kevin Coughlin. Already the recipient of a Reader’s Favorite Five Star Award and a Gold Winner at the New England Book Festival, Unblinded is now available at Amazon


"Unblinded tells a remarkable story of sudden blindness, new vision, and sight regained. It offers great insight into the nature of reality—that which we perceive and that which we create for ourselves." 
—ISAAC LIDSKY, New York Times bestselling author of 
Eyes Wide Open

"Calla Lily"  by Kevin Coughlin

"Kevin’s eyesight, however, was more than the ability to see.  He was blessed with a 'good eye.' He’d viewed life through a wide-angle lens—both literally and figuratively. Since acquiring his first 35mm Canon camera at the age of fifteen, a significant amount of his leisure time had been spent viewing the world through its lens. His eyes continually scanned the world for that perfect shot." 

—Excerpt from Unblinded