Your story is worth saving

Stories To Tell provides oral history, documentary, and self-publishing services for families and organizations who want to save their stories for family, friends, and community. Our mission is to help our clients pass on well-told stories about their history – honest, heartfelt, universal stories that will stand the test of time and even entertain. 

I'm Meghan Vigeant, founder and oral historian at Stories To Tell, and I believe we each carry a story that deserves to be told and passed on to others. I bring over ten years of experience creating compelling written and audio narratives that are each, as one client described them, “a little work of art.” 

Stories To Tell provides oral history interviewing, editing, manuscript development, scanning and organization of photographs, audio recording, editing and production, transcription, copyediting, book design, memoir coaching, and a variety of printing and publishing options for every budget - basically everything you need to turn the personal stories of your family into a keepsake for the future. 

The end products include custom books, audio memoirs, family bonding, better understanding, and lasting legacies. 

Here are a few reasons why I love what I do.

The book is here. It looks fantastic. I started crying.
— Betty Schopmeyer
What a wonderful job! It is so much better than I expected with her voice and speech. It is her, so her! I love the laugh, the pauses, and sighs, and I think everyone will enjoy this for years to come! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
— Trina Underhill
Meghan captured the heart and soul of Swan’s Island’s elders through their stories.
— Chris Wolff

Here are some of the kinds of projects we can help you with:

  • Memoirs
  • Family Histories
  • Community Histories
  • Oral History Interviews
  • Company Histories
  • Audio Documentaries
  • Multimedia
  • Retirement Gift Books
  • Tributes
  • Photo Books
  • Ethical Wills
  • Wedding or Anniversary Books
  • Pet Tributes
You really have a talent for making a memoir unique and a little work of art.
— Charlie Crane

Meghan also provides talks, workshops, and programs for community groups and organizations