Biography Writing Initiative Launches As Cheltenham Literature Festival Celebrates 60th Birthday
The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival is 60 this year. And as thousands gather to share memories of the town’s impressive literary heritage, memories of a different kind are being polished and published in the discreet Regency offices of biography specialists, This Lifetime of Mine Ltd.
This Lifetime of Mine helps people write, edit and publish their life story and the driving force behind this new venture is creative duo, Nigel Heath and Sam Cockerton. With over 40 years writing, publishing and design experience between them, the pair have high hopes for the success of their business.
They recognise that as well as the nation’s growing interest in genealogy, there is a real and urgent need to help people preserve those precious memories that risk being lost forever.
As Sam says, “The popularity of shows such as the BBC’s ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ and the increase in traffic to genealogy sites like Genes Reunited proves that people want to know where they have come from, who their ancestors were and what life was like forty, fifty or even sixty years ago.”
Thousands of people are currently researching and building their family trees and the professional service provided by This Lifetime of Mine means those findings can now be safely preserved and live on, in print, for future generations.
Full details of the biography options available from This Lifetime of Mine at thislifetimeofmine.co.uk/. Festival-goers are also being invited to enter a competition to win a professionally printed copy of their life story worth £995.
Newswire / Press Release: Biography Writing Initiative Launches As Cheltenham Literature Festival Celebrates 60th Birthday – Books/Publishing/Newspapers – This Lifetime of Mine Ltd | NewswireToday5 10 2009