Thursday, September 22, 2011

Local Author supports Lottes of Love

UPDATE:  Have a Kindle or a Nook?  Great news!  Daniel will be donating 20% of any electronic book purchases to Lottes of Love!  Would make an awesome CHRISTMAS surprise!  Don't ya think? 

A local author, Daniel Coleman, learned about Lottes of Love while discussing an upcoming assembly he will be holding at Thomas Edison Charter School. He offered to lend his support to our efforts and will be donating 10% of his sales to Lottes of Love.  You can order his books on Amazon or Barnes and Noble (just email us a copy of your receipt to and he will donate 10% of your purchase price to Lottes of Love) or stop by the Fall Festival this Friday night at Thomas Edison Charter School 5-8 pm to complete an order form.  Contact us with any questions.  Here's a little bit more about Daniel and his books.

Daniel Coleman spends his time back and forth between two worlds – the fantastic world of Writing where happy endings are common, and the very real- life world of Firefighting where the outcomes are as varied as the emergencies.

A small farming town in northern Utah is his home, where he resides with his wife and 3 kids.  If you know where to look, you can see him at his kids’ bus stop in a variety of costumes when he’s not at the fire station.  Over the course of the school year he plans to prove there are few lengths he won’t go to in order to embarrass his kids. (Check the blog on his website for pictures.) 

Daniel has also agreed to remain after the assembly on November 22nd to sign his books; Jabberwocky and Hatter read about the events and characters that shape Wonderland long before the arrival of Alice.  

Additionally you will have a chance to win one of his books which he has graciously offered to donate as a prize for the 5k and 1 Mile Run's on October 15th.

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