Anna Alcott



For yourself

Reflect on the richness of your life, set the record straight, share your wisdom and relive the moments, events, and relationships that are meaningful to you. Telling your life stories will be one of the most rewarding things you will ever do.

For your family

Document your family roots. When generations lived and worked together, our stories, beliefs, traditions, and family history were shared as part of the daily routine – sitting around the supper table or the fireplace. But in today’s busy, mobile world, families get disconnected, geographically and emotionally, and our histories are in danger of being lost forever. Don’t rely on someone else to do it; take on the role of family historian and your “clan” will be forever indebted to you. Remember what George Bernard Shaw said: If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance!

For posterity

Put your own spin on history for future generations. We live in an age of dramatic change. We have been witnesses to tragedies like world wars, the Holocaust and 9/11, and to miracles of science and technology. Our own stories are the stories of history. People not born yet will someday read your accounts of not only historical events but of everyday life, and they will be fascinated.


As much as possible, we can custom design a project to suit your budget and needs. A small price to pay for wonderful memories to pass on to your grandchildren.


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