"I have a dream to create an organization with a message of love that celebrates the magic of childhood."
Arlo Jared Lorenz
Arlo Jared Lorenz
I apologize for my lack of recent update. I’ve had a recent surgery and the processes leading up to it and the surgery itself caused me to be delayed an update. With that said, I have good news. Yes, I’ve sold a couple of books, and yes I’m currently spooling up copies for a give away batch. Bigger than that I recently was recently reached out Bookmans Phoenix about my books and their inclusion in a readership program for the ASDB Deaf Mentor Program. It was ultimately philanthropic in nature, but I allowed the usage, duplication and filming of Duck Duck Grey Duck. It’s viewable here; https://fb.watch/cNspMpY7KL/. I’m thrilled to have provided this book as foundational material supporting children at risk for illiteracy. The program fits my goals, my mission, and is a big feel good for me personally. Below is the letter that I received, with the links to it’s filming and ongoing usage within the program.
As always, thank you for your ongoing support. I hope to be back at the marketing soon as sales have really slowed since I’ve not been publishing new material. Word of mouth is greatly appreciated, please share and promote as you see fit and let’s put a dent in illiteracy.
Good afternoon Arlo,
The Deaf Mentor Program read "Duck Duck Grey Duck" for storytime last month. Joseph, the reader, is hard-of-hearing but his daughter is not. She lives in both worlds, so your story was really special to him. The Facebook link is here: https://fb.watch/cNspMpY7KL/
The Deaf Mentor Program will post it to their YouTube channel, as well. It's not up yet but when it is, here is their channel link: https://www.youtube.com/c/ASDBDeafMentorProgam
Thank you again for supporting this storytime series!
All the best,
Marketing Coordinator Lead, Bookmans Phoenix
I'm writing for the love of writing and the joy it brings. I figure I can defeat illiteracy if I publish in a socially equitable way. To do this I give away one book, for every one purchased to an organization that supports at risk youth.