Category Archives: memory books

Losing a Parent – Is It Too Late?

What do you do if your grandparents or parents have passed away? Is it too late to discover their stories? Happily, the answer is no, not entirely. You yourself are a resource if you remember anything about their lives, any … Continue reading

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Writing a Book

Writing a book is the most difficult way of recording memories; it does require writing skills, and is the most time-consuming and most expensive method of producing your family treasure. If you are writing it strictly for your own family, … Continue reading

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Christmas Gift Ideas – at the Book Store

Well, the holiday season is upon us and I want to remind you that books and bookstore gift cards make great presents! The recently published Cherry Blossoms in Twilight: Memories of a Japanese Girl would appeal to anyone who has … Continue reading

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