After a lifetime of intensive commercial enterprise, what happens when the world is suddenly transformed from lightness to the dark? ;Allan Fraser, now blind, has not bid farewell to the busy life. Armed with high-spec voice-recognition software, he has written his thoughts on his life's work: 'Eight Hours Reflection On A Working Life'. It tells the highlights, the achievements, and the know-how he has attained. ;And though blind, he shows that while this is a great impediment to future progress, his story is one of fortitude and determination.Fraser, Allan is the author of 'I'm Beginning to Forget What I Look Like', published 2007 under ISBN 9781847531230 and ISBN 1847531237.