This week, Jenica Villamor from KPTV was gracious enough to do an awesome story on us for Good Day Oregon. Check it out at this link!
Also, Michael Tsai from my hometown newspaper, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, wrote a very cool column on us that you can check out here. It's behind a paywall, but existing print subscribers can read it for free, or you can buy a 14-day pass for just $1.99 - cheaper than your morning coffee! (the good kind, anyway)
Since we're on the topic - in case you missed it, here's a roundup of all the other recent news coverage that Joel and company have been receiving:
- A story that was featured on KATU news last November (here's the print version on their website, does anyone just happen to have a video clip?)
- An article in The Oregonian that now has over 2400 social media shares
- An article in The Mighty, a website focusing on stories about disabilities that has over 80 million readers
A special thanks goes out to Lisa Cohn of Arts Seen and Heard PR, who has done a fantastic job of helping me spread the good word about my little book series and what we're trying to accomplish with regards to the autism community. I would highly recommend her to any indie artists out there who need assistance with their promotion and publicity efforts. Also, be sure to check out Bash and Lucy, the children's book series written by her and her son Michael!