We are very proud of our veterans, and rightly so. Thousands of individuals have given precious years to serve our country and help make the world a better place.
However, there are so many stories untold; brave and heroic events of which, sometimes, even close family are unaware. Every life is a story – and we have found each one to be entirely unique and fascinating.
If you know of a life rich with events and just waiting to be heard and shared among those who would love to read it, please just give us a call as we would genuinely be delighted to talk to you.
Many military personnel are injured during conflict or exercise, and experience both physical and psychological challenges in their recovery, either returning to Service duty or making the transition to civilian life.
The courage demonstrated is quite remarkable, and we are very often astounded to learn about a person’s journey as they face and overcome each challenge on the road to recovery. Family members and friends are justifiably proud of each achievement and have welcomed the opportunity to have a bespoke book, written and created to accurately record the difficult times and to celebrate every triumph.
If you know anyone who would benefit from a Treasured Memory Book we would love to hear from you.
Making the decision to get in touch can sometimes feel a little daunting, but we promise to always have your interest at heart. We have built our reputation on compassion and understanding and we aim to keep it that way.
Working as closely as we have with Forces Support Charity, we have an understanding of the trauma and life-changing events that can happen to military families and we have written a number of books for parents and children who have lost a loved one.
“I will treasure my book because it’s Robbie’s life story, everyone who reads it and knows Robbie will connect with it, the people who never met Robbie will know him through your book.”
John Foster, who lost his son Private Robert Foster in Afghanistan 2007
“It has arrived!! Jenny I absolutely love it, I can’t thank you enough. I am sat crying reading it, it’s written and presented with so much thought it’s 100% so much better than I was expecting…thank you, thank you, thank you xxx”
Tiffany Lound who lost her fiancé Trooper James Leverett in Afghanistan 2010