The Amazing Story of Former Broadcaster Julie Coker
Every life story of our authors is fascinating and provides an important insight into each family’s history. LifeTime Memoirs is proud to have been involved in the family autobiography of Julie Coker, former Nigerian television broadcaster and founder of the Richard Coker Foundation charity supporting anemia research.
Bespoke LifeTime Memoir: Love and Laughter in a Suitcase
LifeTime Memoirs was honored to welcome Virginia Bayless and her daughter Brenda to the office for a coffee and cake presentation. Brenda's final manuscript was over 152,000 words. We upgraded her memoir to our beautiful larger format hand-bound and stitched linen book and it is one of the biggest books in our library.
Recipe for Aging Well: The Ingredients
Afraid of the ticking clock? Not sure you'll be aging well? The LifeTime Memoirs' team offers eight suggestions on how to age well: use it or lose it, embrace the senior moment, old dogs new tricks, a change is a good as a rest, there is more time than you think, tasks of aging, sandwich generation, and eat drink and be merry.
The very first LifeTime memoir: Jules Moëd, Life is for sharing
Jules talks about his memoir and the story behind the title "Life is for sharing". “I wasn’t too ambitious, I decided that life was for living. I didn’t work too late or come in too early. I had a nice business, I didn’t have sleepless nights, and I just ran a business. I didn’t make big profits but enough to live on and I was happy that way.”
A LifeTime Memoir – A Gift With Real Meaning
An autobiographical journey can bring renewed purpose and inspiration to older people. Moreover, all of the people who have gifted a LifeTime Memoirs project to a loved one express the joy it has given the family, probing fascinating discussions and enabling amazing discoveries about the past.
LifeTime Memoirs’ latest project “The Real Life of Brian”
The LifeTime Memoirs team is very proud to announce the completion of Brian Hallard’s autobiography "The Real Life of Brian". The project was gifted to Brian by his two sons who were present when he was being presented with his finalized copies in the library of a lovely private club in central London.
Ghostwriting Services – Barry Hughes
I have been making a living from writing for over 50 years, Indeed thinking about it, the importance of the written word to me goes back nearly 70 years as I am a product of Urdd Gobaith Cymru – the Welsh League of Hope – and I have a group picture including me, aged 5, having won some poetry prize – and I am not the youngest in the group.