Kimberly A. Bibbs
Leave a Written Legacy of Your Life
Every single one of us has a story to tell. Whether we want to publish or just have a record of our lives, we should have a written account of memories and family information to pass down to generations.
Sometimes, it's hard to recall from memory the lives of our parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents to pass on to generations after us.
Take time to write down facts, events, or information that give an account of your life and that of your family.
It can be very simple as writing the information in a journal that you don't mind people reading or writing in manuscript form for book publication for your family.
This would be a great gift for your family at family reunions or anytime you want to share your family's story.
Download a sample Legacy Journal.
Wherever You Go, So Does Your Writing
I was born to write. I say this because for as long as I can remember, I always had paper and pencil in hand. My first attempt at writing was when I was five years old. I would copy stories from my favorite book of stories that my parents bought me- The Book of Fairy Tales and with excitement would tell my family to listen to me read my story I wrote.
As I got older, I learned that copying a story out of a book is not writing a story.
Now that I know better, I have written my own stories.
Helping You Build a Legacy Book by Book
We are committed to helping you every step of the way to assist you in your writing process-from manuscript preparation to publishing.
Leave an estate of books. We all have the tools to tell our story, whether we write it ourselves or hire a ghostwriter. Leave a trail of your own books for future generations to enjoy.
If you want to write, but think you can't, contact us so we can work together to turn you into a published author or assist you as a ghostwriter for your story.
One of the great things about being an author, is your can write anywhere.
Writing about your travels can be a great way to inform readers about different places.
These pictures are from Hawaii. I visited Honolulu in May of 2022. Waikiki Beach was like Fantasy Island to me. The powdered sand and blue, clear ocean was a tranquil respite for me. Even the beaming sun on my skin was a relaxing, tranquil experience.