About submitting your documents

Using Gmail

Compatibility using Google and Gmail

For our purposes here, when sharing and editing documents, it will be most advantageous for you to use your gmail account. If you do not have gmail,

  • the system will ask you to create an account within 14 days in order to see a shared document, and
  • this must be by invitation only, from me (it’s the system, not my doing),
  • OR, I must send you an individual link to view the document.

Please use your gmail account. It will save us both the steps above.

A note about editing

The grammar police (are on vacation)

When you send me your documents, I will make every attempt to post as it was presented to me. In other words, we are not a journalism school here, and the last thing I want to do is focus on grammatical errors, or prevent someone from sharing, when we are talking about historical documents that, in some views, should be preserved “as is.”

That said, with any document or story currently written, I will reserve the right to correct spelling and grammatical errors. We want all presentations readable and enjoyable, but not to the point of obsession. My work motto used to be to “strive for excellence, not perfection,” and I believe, if together we work towards this, our collective goals will be met.


Let me know

If you’d like your name attached to your document, I’ll add it with your preference. Example: Presented by S. Smith, or Shared by Evelyn Davis. Anonymity is also an option.

Here is a link back to the CONTACT PAGE.

Thank you for reading and sharing!


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