At Memoir Masterworks, we ghostwrite exceptional memoirs for busy people – sharing their memories and exploring their legacies through award-winning storytelling.
Working with you, we will craft a remembrance that captures your wit and wisdom. Your setbacks and celebrations. Your golden memories and love of family.
Completed, your memoir will be a success on three levels: It will tell your story with remarkable flair. It will delight and inspire your audience. And it will provide you a well-defined legacy.
Remarkable. Inspiring. Enduring.
Greetings, I’m Matthew Robb
Founder and head storyteller at Memoir Masterworks.
There’s no question about it: Your life has been a remarkable journey.
If you are thinking about hiring a ghostwriter to author your life story, there are many candidates to choose from. Why select us?
- Our storytellers have a craftman’s passion for excellence
- Our designers produce books of exceptional quality
- We work hard to ensure that your memoir intrigues, inspires, and delights readers.
Telling great stories isn’t our mission. It’s our life’s passion. To learn more (and to obtain writing samples), contact us today.
Wishing you a beautiful journey,
Matthew M. Robb, Storyteller-in-chief
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