Literature Report

November 2013


Most of the time over the last month has gone in to finalizing the meditation book, the reorder of existing stock, and processing seeding project orders for workbooks and meditation books. 


The Meditation Book Project.  Meditation book is in production with a last few minor details being worked on.

Sub-Committee Report by Mary Jo, Meditation Book Trusted Servant & ACA WSO Trustee.


Standardized Literature Look & Contact Information – Leanne, ACA WSO Trustee, is leading this team that includes Scott (Webmaster) and Robin (Layout Person) to make our literature look more uniform.  This will inform the website design team’s effort to build a new website.


a-BRB – The production company is finalizing some of the footnotes and the format and voice of certain sections e.g., copyright, etc.  Leanne is following up with the vendor about possible completion dates.

Sub-Committee Report by Leanne, ACA WSO Trustee.


Spanish BRB – Coordinating between the three translating groups continues by Ines Z., Spanish Translation/Group Liaison Trusted Servant.


Spanish Translation of free ACA Literature off of the website.  Due to the demand witnessed at thePR conference, the Spanish Group/Translation Trusted Servant has initiated a project to translate all of the free materials (e.g., Starting a Meeting) off the website.

Sub-Committee Report by Ines, Spanish Group Liaison and Translation Trusted Servant.


e-BRB sales for August were 248 e-books sold.  All tolled, there have been 3,436 e-BRBs sold. 


Public Information Trifold.  Public Information is in the shopping cart and has been added to the Literature Set, the Assortment and the Meeting Packet.


The Finns’ Second Edition is due up in the queue after the Meditation Book has been completed.  


ComLine.  The Comline project will be taken up after the web design is completed.


ACA Is… – Still in search for an Arabic translation.


Sincerely yours in service,


Larry A., Literature Chair

ACA WSO Trustee


From a  space of love, I give service in ACA so that every adult child seeking recovery may find a safe place.