The experience writing East Sussex More Far Memoir author Mrs Janet Clemo kindly let LifeBook’s founder Roy interview her about her experience writing her incredible memoir East Sussex More Far. If you are interested in other memoir author or gifter testimonials, please click here. Should you be interested in starting a project with [&hel
Sonny’s experience with LifeBook Dr. Gershon “Sonny” Stern was one of the fascinating authors we worked with during the Covid-19 restrictions. His memoir, The Rabinowitz Rule by the Son of a Chicken Farmer, covers growing up during wartime, setting up his successful orthodontist practice, building a family with his beautiful wife Lois, and
LifeBook had the honour of helping SteelFab, Inc. write their corporate history "From Cottonfields to Skyscrapers". We learned about their fascinating journey from a small handrail fabrication shop in Charlotte, NC to their position today as one of the nation’s largest suppliers of fabricated structural steel.
Barbara Thompson MBE, the jazz legend, penned her life story with LifeBook Earlier this summer, LifeBook completed work on the autobiography of a world-renowned jazz saxophonist, Barbara Thompson. It was a pleasure for everyone involved to work on Journey to a Destination Unknown, a moving, fascinating and engaging book. Ana Gracey, Barbara Thompson’s
LifeBook’s client Ariel Eckstein shares one of his ‘greatest regrets’ As the founder of LifeBook, I regularly hear the remorseful words, ‘I wish I had my […]’s memoirs, but it’s too late.’ LifeBook talks to thousands of people every year about capturing a loved one’s life story to produce a memoir for future generations. However, [&hell
Diana, an interviewer for LifeBook, talks about what she enjoys the most What I love about being an interviewer is that I get to listen to the most amazing and fascinating life stories and everyone, whatever they have done in their life, has a story to tell, be it of love, friendship, work, travel. I […]
Our ghostwriter Alwyn talks about working with autobiography authors The thing I most like from a writing point-of-view is really capturing the voice of the person whose life story you’re listening to so you get a sense of them as a person, as an individual. You get a sense of their approach to life and […]
Anne Stephens talks about her mother’s LifeBook project Hello, my name is Anne Stephens. I thought long and hard about trying to do a story for Mum, especially her experience during the war. Her father was a farmer in Sussex during the war and they ran a B&B here and I know there are lots […]