We create books, which is to say we tell stories via corporate histories and commemorative books. More specifically, Bookhouse Group, Inc. tells your story. As a full-service, turnkey book-development company, we create the book you want and how you want it. Since 1989, we have been honored—humbled, really—by fabulous clients (local and worldwide) who have entrusted us to bring their stories to life.
Whatever your institution, our job remains the same: to learn your story and turn it into a great book so others can enjoy it. So if you’re looking for a boring book, you’ve taken a wrong turn on the Internet. But if your goal is a story vibrating with personality and energy, then we’re here to serve.
One more thought: Developing a book is intentionally inducing a collision of left brain/right brain worlds—creative inventiveness butting against real-world parameters of budgets and deadlines. There’s no trick to it—just the talent and experience of people dedicated to off-the-charts client service and wonderful books.
As it happens, we’re pretty good at this. And that’s the beginning of a great story for you. Give me a call at (404) 885-9515, ext. 2, or e-mail me. A conversation is a good way to start a great story.
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Bookhouse archivist, Renee Peyton, will be in Southern California to provide archival research for University of La Verne's 125th commemorative anniversary book.13 Nov 2015
Excitement continued to build throughout this academic community as Bookhouse applied final touches to LSU Laboratory School's 100th anniversary commemorative book.06 Nov 2015
Waitsfield and Champlain Valley Telecom began in 1904 as a family-owned phone company in a rural corner of Vermont. By the early 2000’s, it had grown into a telecommunications force to be reckoned with in New England. It did so by offering the latest in technology, the best in customer service, and an impressive array of products. The book includes a foreword by U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy.