A Thread Through Time Is "Moving" in New Directions

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Life Story Store moves locations and adds inner community to growing community.

A Thread Through Time (T3), formerly located in Chandler, Arizona, has moved its operations to Temecula, California. T3 has not only changed its address from the land of cacti to the home of vineyards, but the company has created a new vision for its products and services--beginning with a focused effort in personal biography instructions and services.

In late November the company's founder and president, Jennifer Brady, began offering personal biography coaching and life instructional e-books. As stated by Ms. Brady, "We have found that the demand for e-books and instructional services is increasing, and we want to make sure that our customers are able to find everything they need to write their life stories." T3 now has two e-books available online: Writing Your Life Story - An Instructional Guide and the My Life question-and-answer book with 70 carefully documented questions for life story authors to answer. The e-books are available for a limited time for the promotional price of $9.95.

Relying on her experience and expertise in assisted personal biographies, Brady has helped dozens of people gather, organize, and preserve their life stories. Her assistance has helped to ensure that those who want to share their lives will have all of the tools and knowledge required to play their lives forward for generations to come.

Along with the added products and services, T3 now has a "Facebook-like" community in which site members can create profiles, share photos, and create friend and group networks similar to what is currently available in other public social media applications. The only difference is T3's community is not shared with the world. It is available only to those who register for the T3 community on the website at http://www.athreadthroughtime.com.

T3's changes are stirring up a positive response in the life story community, and many are wondering what's coming next. According to Ms. Brady, "We're really excited about the changes we've made, and we hope are customers are, too! We'll monitor our current product offering and make changes as necessary. After all, we're here for those who want to preserve their life stories. They deserve all of the attention and time we have."

Jennifer Brady
Founder/Owner, A Thread Through Time, LLC


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