It was so fun to see this in the Salt Lake Tribune. Margarete (Maggie) Hicken, at 104, has a sharper memory than most of our middle-aged friends! She is a delightful lady with a positive attitude, and it was an honor for us to work with her on her book. "I May Be Old...Someday" was such a hit with her friends and family (and apparently, Governor Herbert) that it's now in a second printing. "It's not so easy to be famous," she says with a wink. You can see some pages from the book on our "Samples" page.
Margarete Hicken, who was born in Pforzheim, Germany in 1906, looks over her book "I May be Old Some Day" with Utah Gov. Herbert at the 25th Annual Centenarians Day celebration. Margarete wrote the book with the help of Pictures and Stories, who edited and designed the book. Photo Steve Griffin | The Salt Lake Tribune