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Millions of people regret not knowing more about their parents lives - you don't have to be one of them.

autodotbiography makes it easy for anyone to create a beautiful book of their life story for their family. It's a perfect present.

Esther Rantzen gives her opinion.

Have a look at her video.

Esther Rantzen
 

This is how it works View a demo

Would you like a free trial? See how easy it is to create a beautiful book.

Retired police inspector Robert G from Norfolk sees his autodotbiography for the first time (see his reaction.)

See how beautiful your book will be.

Royal Approval

We were thrilled to win the PRIME Award (Prince of Wales Initiative for Mature Enterprise) for Best New Digital Business 2012. And we were equally delighted to be given a Grannynet Gold Award

We were also nominated for this year's '50+ Best Website' prize but were pipped at the post.

This is a review in Saga Magazine:

"So, that's two books on my shelves I'll treasure above all others. First our family bible with names going back to the 1810s and My Life written by my Brilliant Dad." See full feature.

 

Thrilled with the results.

98% of people who buy an autodotbiography are so delighted with the result that they buy additional copies.

Retired marketing director from London, Mike C's reaction to his book (see it here.)

 

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