Stories to Last
 

Personal Biography and Organizational History

You’ve got a story.
We’ll help you share it.

 
 
 
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“There was never yet an uninteresting life.” –Mark Twain

Your story is your legacy.

At Stories to Last, we capture stories for people and organizations so their history is preserved and celebrated for generations. We write each book to capture the true voice and spirit of the storyteller and then produce a beautifully designed and fully illustrated book that will be cherished today—and for years to come.

 
 
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FOR FAMILIES

For family, friends and community a Stories to Last book is a priceless gift. Whether you want to create a book about your experiences, save the stories of a parent or grandparent, or pull together your family history, we can help.

 

FOR ORGANIZATIONS

Our books help you to share your story, your “Why.” They are valuable marketing tools that encourage membership and secure business and community connections for years. They’re also a great way to create a sense of loyalty and pride for your team.


 

YOUr storyteller

Linda Hamilton

“So often people think they don’t have a story to tell, but the stories are never boring. The details of every day life are remarkable. These stories inspire and resonate. It is truly an honor every time I get to listen to someone’s story, and nothing makes me happier than helping people preserve their legacy.”

 

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Your family stories will be accessible forever, a priceless and unique gift to family and friends.

 
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I love that my brother’s book is written in first person. I can ‘hear’ his voice speaking as I read it. What a fantastic work. I owe you great thanks for giving us this complete book on someone we all love so much. Thank you again for a wonderful book!
— Sharon Hunter • Fort Garland, CO
 
 
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