"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
November was a good sales month! We released Sonic the Flatulent Reindeer and it took off with a toot and a bang. It’s a fun one to give as well because it’s Christmas!
With a total of 22 copies to give, we are making spirits bright. I again gave to Christian Family Care, because they love giving to the children that they provide support for. I was able to give three full sets, and two extra copies of Sonic to Christian Family Care.
Then due to a twist of fate I gave a full set of books to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. There’s a bit of a story there. A mission group came out to help us put lights up on our second level, as we responded to a good will flyer left in our door. I’m a bit spooked since the ladder fall I had a while back, and I have a hard time with the height of this house. Turns out they were a church group that also worked with youth, I felt that it was the right time, and situation and gave books knowing that they would be used towards the mission of FeltIt InMyHeart Press.
In times like this; Covid, the Holidays, it’s just nice to have good will gestures, and to take the time to put a smile on someone else’s face. This was given to us through the good will gesture, and then I was able to give books to youth during a trying time, and holiday season. Even behind the mask, you know the smile is there! I’m ever more in love with this business. I understand money is tight, I understand that the books are a bit spendy, but when you give them, and know the impact it’s a beautiful thing. Buy and give today, it's a great way to teach a child about charity through a fun an loving story.
Sonic makes a great Christmas present for any child you’d love to see smile and giggle with holiday glee.
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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.