Have your biography written: Your life in a book
Publishing biographies is not just for those with famous names. Everyone’s life is worth recording in written form, each and every life lived can reveal something about history.
Every life story is different. Your own individual biography is unique – as will be the book of your life, written and designed by Rohnstock Biografien.
We will accompany you every step of the way in producing your autobiography. We aim to record your life in a book which is not only for you but also for future generations.
How we work
Rigour is part of our philosophy. Developing ideas, suggesting things you should consider, guiding you personally – a whole year of painstaking work by different experts is needed to commit your memories to paper. This results in a product of outstanding quality. As well as autobiographers and editors, a team of graphic artists, bookbinders, printers and secretarial staff all contribute to the creation of your book.
We want your memories to be enjoyable to read. We want the story of your life to be a pleasure to leaf through. Your memories are the most important part of the heritage you leave for others. Whether you want to tell us your stories or already have them on paper, your book of life is created according to your individual ideas and wishes.
From the idea to the finished work – we specialise in writing biographies and autobiographies.
With the professional support of Rohnstock Biografien, you can embark on your personal journey through time – pick up on what is already there and discover what has long been forgotten. Preserve your life story as a work of art. It allows you to share your memories with your children and grandchildren, relatives, friends and colleagues. The next generation will be thankful. Only when we know where we come from do we know where we are going.
Ingar Brueggemann: »From Nordhorn into the World« & »Straight Ahead towards the Sun«
About the two-part autobiography of Inga Brueggemann:
Ingar Brueggemann quickly gives up her dream to become a medical doctor. She studies German and English language and literature to become a teacher. She begins to doubt her decision and goes to Bonn, where she works for the German Foundation for Developing Countries.
Through a research assignment for the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, she finally meets Dr Victor Zammit-Tabona, who works for the World Health Organization (WHO) and offers her a job. Ingar Brueggemann was one of the first women and Germans ever to take up a managerial position there. She arrives at WHO at a moment when the world is in a state of upheaval.
Actually, I enjoy telling stories, but I lack the perseverance or patience to write down what I have experienced. In order to compensate this weakness, I found the right counterpart in the Rohnstock employees, and I am very satisfied with the result.”