We Hear Your Voice.
Let Us Tell Your Story!
Civin Media Relations and Publishing Services believes that words can change the world. We offer a full range of creative and technical services to help you share your story. Our team of writers, editors, illustrators and photographers can help to take your book from idea to reality.
Todd Civin's life changed immeasurably following an interview with world-renowned father/son assisted running team Dick and Rick Hoyt in 2008. Though Rick is non-verbal, he and Todd collaborated on his biography, appropriately entitled, One Letter at a Time, As a result of their meeting and the success of the book, Todd launched Civin Media Relations to write, publish, and promote books that encourage and build awareness, acceptance, and inclusion of individuals with disabilities.
In 2017, a mutual friend introduced Todd to Tammi Croteau Keen. Their shared vision led to additional opportunities to help great people tell great stories. In August 2017, they officially became business partners, launching Civin Publishing Services, a creative team fully staffed with friends of friends who believe just as strongly in the power of positive words of encouragement.
Todd has since created six full length books and has twice reached number one on the Amazon best seller list for his books Line Change with Matt Brown and Beyond the Finish with Brent and Kyle Pease. He has also created and published nearly two dozen children's books, most dealing with disabilities and disability awareness.
Tammi is a former music teacher who currently serves as a public affairs officer in the Army National Guard and a personal and professional development coach for the federal government. Her passion for working with children led to the creation of numerous projects with young writers, and drew many talented student artists to lend a hand in bringing these books to life.
Todd, Tammi, and the entire Civin Publishing Services team feel strongly that everyone has a story to tell, and have found their calling in helping others express themselves in writing.