Monday, April 10, 2006

Falmouth Company Getting National Exposure
A local company that preserves personal and family histories in custom-made books has caught the attention of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS).

The lifestyle program “Real Simple,” will feature Ten Moons Books of Falmouth in an upcoming episode. The show interviews Catherine Fisher about her work with business partner Patti Urban to capture people’s life stories. The segment emphasizes the importance of preserving stories for the future and the benefits of the process itself, and profiles one family’s experience in having such a project done.
Fisher conducts interviews and writes the books, while Urban designs them and oversees production.

Ten Moons Books creates full-length life stories and shorter, specially-focused memoirs. The company also offers unique “little story” books, volumes that detail the unfolding of one particular story or event. Fisher said these lend themselves to special treatments that “stretch the boundaries of what we might think of as a traditional book.” All projects begin with personal interviews and result in custom books.
For more information about Ten Moons Books, contact Catherine Fisher, Ten Moons Books, 207-774-0727 or visit the company on the web at:


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