Publish Your Story

bring your memoir or biography to life


Publishing a memoir or a biography with Orange Frazer Press affords you the highest attention to detail; we will help you build your story from the ground up, shaping it fluidly so that it is the best possible representation of your life and your legacy (or the life and legacy of a loved one). Whether you are publishing a family history, a personal history, a collection of anecdotes, or a journal of reflections, Orange Frazer will deliver a product that you will always be proud of (and that's a promise).

Who do we work with?

We've worked with grandfathers, pilots, farmers, veterans, doctors, schoolteachers, parents, children, athletes, and many (many) others. It is our privilege to work with such a diverse group of clients, and we are honored to have been trusted with their stories.

Where to start

Our stories beg to be told. We know, we're writers, too. If you have a story to tell—for yourself, your grandchildren, your students, patients, customers, or athletes—now is the time. We can help you create the beautiful and enduring book that your story deserves.

Memoirs and biographies require varying degrees of research and writing. If you know you have a story to tell, but need a writer to help you do so, don't hesitate to contact us—we can help you find the right voice for your story. 

we will work with you

Wherever you are, let us know. We are happy to answer your questions and will work with you to publish the book of your dreams. Learn more about our services here.

how much will it cost?

Learn more about pricing here.


Out of Habit

To view more of our books, please visit our samples page. 

“Once we walked into the Orange Frazer offices, we knew we were in the right place. The entire staff is personable, knowledgeable, and extremely professional while projecting a relaxed atmosphere. Our initial impression that we’d found a perfect match proved to be true. The experience was all that we’d hoped for and more. We look forward to an ongoing relationship with this talented group of people.”
— Wendell Cultice, Slaughterhouse Kid