SUNDAY DINNER STORIES | THE LIFE STORY SCHOOL
My mission is to forever connect families one story at a time.
I help grateful, faithful grandparents save their life stories as books and playlists so all generations know they belong, have been heard, and will be remembered.
WORDS OF WISDOM LEGACY OF LOVE HEIRLOOMS™ & LEGACY LOVE LETTERS
"Michelle knows exactly what to ask to help you say what you need to say. This has been extremely helpful to Rich and me. She is amazing at what she does. You feel like you have known her forever. So very thankful to Michelle."
- Diane Landolfi, wife of storyteller Richie Mastroianni
YOUR FAMILY'S BESTSELLER LIST
I help you save your Legacy of Love for your family members.
In most cases, we do not publish your memoir or life story for sale or to rank on the NYT Bestseller List. I help you print your book or booklet for your family and close friends and . . .
make it to #1 on your Family's Bestseller List!
ARE YOU READY?
I believe that deeper family connections come from conversation and a true understanding of each other's lives.
That means we need to share our stories authentically and often.
Do you know why people don't tell their stories?
Sometimes, it's because they are too humble to believe their story matters or
they believe their stories are too painful to tell.
But most often, people don't tell their stories because no one asked.
Well, on behalf of your family, I'm asking for your story, and I want to help you tell it just like you would at Sunday dinner. Are you ready to tell yours?
1:1 MEMOIR (BOOK & PLAYLIST)
"I have remembered things that I had forgotten and learned to appreciate what has taken place in my life. I learned so much about myself. I have a calmness about me; it’s almost like a religious experience, a new understanding."
- Donna Carter, author of I Can Dog-Paddle, But I'd Rather Float: Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter Who Learned to Let Go
"This process is worth the money even if we never publish a book. My mom has a new confidence since she started working with you. I can’t imagine how much work you put into her book. "
- Donna Carter's daughter