Welcome to BiographyMasters
Home of Award-Winning Writing, Editing and Publishing!
You are an eyewitness to history as it unfolded. If you lived through the Great Depression, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, 9/11, Iraq, Afghanistan, the Great Recession, or events in the Middle-East, your written account will promote greater understanding of your era and place you as a credible source of information. Above all, your own life and lessons matter to those you love, and to those who will know you after they read your story.
Do you need a professional biography writer, ghost writer, or need help writing your memoir? If so, BiographyMasters is here to help you record your life and work for posterity.
It was an absolute pleasure to work with you on our book. You knew all the right questions to ask us in order to prompt our memories and provide you with the information you needed. We are pleased and delighted to have this wonderful history of my life and our company. You were thorough, thoughtful, patient, genuine and kind. I would highly recommend you to anyone thinking of having their own life story written. Paula and I feel as if you are now our friend. By all means, if anyone wants to talk with us further about it, you have my permission to have them call me.
Sincerely, H. L. (Buddy) Eidel
BiographyMasters will write your history, thoughts, ideas, dreams, and inspirations in an attractive, professional book you will be proud of. Whether a traditional “ink-on-paper” book, soft cover, hard cover, or an E-book, we’ll provide the best presentation to suit your needs.
Why write your autobiography? Because the story of your life matters more than you know. Your children, extended family, associates, and others want to know more about how you lived. A biography can establish the true account of events that took place in your lifetime. It can also be an opportunity to set the record straight, and inform or instruct those beyond your immediate circles. You can record lessons learned and best practices, and set the tone for future generations. It is true after all: written accounts of lives and events can shape the opinions of those who read it.