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Celebrate in Royal Style with a Complimentary Afternoon Tea
Begin your LifeBook Memoir journey this May and enjoy a complimentary Afternoon Tea for Two.
Achieving a Goal
LifeBook Memoirs editor Ben Creeth shares his experience of working on another of his favourite projects.
Living in a Material World …
We live our lives among and through objects, and some of them become important to us. These cherished objects are part of our life stories.
How Social Interaction Can Reduce the Risk of Dementia
Studies have revealed that social interaction plays a key role in reducing the risk of developing dementia. Here’s the lowdown.
If Wet Town Hall (I.W.T.H) – What’s New In The Library?
Editor Kate Parry looks back at her favourite LifeBook project – a book named I.W.T.H. (If Wet Town Hall). The front cover of I.W.T.H (If
The LifeBook team back at HQ for the first time in two years
The coronavirus has made the past few years very challenging for everyone across the globe. LifeBook, as the only global autobiography service headquartered in a
Sunday Times “How much is your life story worth?”
“How much is your life story worth?”, asked The Sunday Times recently. It’s a hot topic, as more people than ever are penning their memoirs
South African Jewish Report: Roy’s ‘WHY’
Journalist Saul Kamionsky, South African Jewish Report, spoke with Johannesburg born LifeBook founder Roy about his memories and business philosophies. Roy reveals how a gift
LifeBook on the BBC, 16th January 2020
BBC recently invited Roy to discuss the growing interest in writing memoirs and autobiographies. He also shared how it all started when he wanted to
Female Scientists: Covid-19 & Other Breakthroughs
Most recently, two extraordinary women have stood out, not only as scientific pioneers but also as very important players in the fight against Covid-19: Katalin
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