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    Share Your Story With Us

    Brian Klein

    Share Your Story With Us Today

    The tale of one's journey can have profound and amazing changes in another's life, we often think our lives are meaningless, and boring - yet we look at others with amazement.

    At Humanastory we believe by sharing your story, your amazing journey, you could change another person's way of thinking for the better, perhaps, in doing this small act; you've already begun transforming yourself to a higher level of awareness - to see how you've overcome such odds in life does inspire people.

    Every single person has that one event in their life that shaped who they are today, we believe your life changing moment could help someone going through the same situation, the difference here is, you overcame yours and  they are learning from you. We'd love to know you.

    Submitting your story will be a two step process. You do not have to be a member of our community to submit your story!

    Step 1: There are 3 ways to submit your story;

    (Using Contact Us Form) Send through our Pre-Typed (Ready for Upload) Form:

    Simply click here to begin (Requires you to be logged in)

    • Be sure to  give us your First and Last Name so we know who to credit for this story.
      • If you wish to send anonymously, use our 'tipline@humanastory.com' E-mail. Be sure to title your e-mail (Anonymous Story Submission), and any contact information will be placed as 'Anonymous'.
    • Follow instructions for uploading your story
    • Accepted files types with the form are [ .DOC / .DOCX ] all others will be ignored.

    (Using Electronic Mail) Send through our E-Mail:

    • Send us an email with the title heading ' My Story Submission ' to submissions@humanastory.com
    • Be sure to  give us your First and Last Name so we know who to credit for this story. 
      • If you wish to send anonymously, use 'tipline@humanastory.com' any contact information will be placed as 'Anonymous'.
    • Type your story to us using your E-mail.

    (Through Snail Mail) Send through our P.O. Box (Postal Service):

    • Type that bad boy out on your device and print it on copy paper! or use good ol' pen and lined paper!
    • Send us a mail with the title heading ' My Story Submission ' to
      • Humanastory Submissions - P.O. Box 712151, Santee CA, 92072-2151 
    • Be sure to  give us your First and Last Name so we know who to credit for this story.
      • If you wish to send anonymously, place a note inside with the words 'Tip-Line' any contact information will be placed as 'Anonymous'.
    Small side-note:
    Before you submit your story, you will need to acknowledge a few understandings.
    Once you submit your story, you are giving us (Humanastory) 100% Legal rights to use the story for profit, gain, or whatever other manners we (Humanastory) see fit without gain to you. Furthermore, you are giving the story to us as is. There need be no continued permission when using this story for our gain in anyway. In other words, what you send us, we can use however we want having been granted permission period. Humanastory does not have to accept work under any circumstances, furthermore, humanastory does not have to respond with a denial acknowledgement at any time or in any way. If we accept it, it will be placed up in our Official Inspiration Section.
    Step 2: The Posting Process:
    Finally we post your story up on the site, we do this because we want to make it official as well as allow people the access to read your journey of life! Once reviewed, you are automatically entered into the random drawing of prizes for your story submission. There is no work required on your part for this.
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    Here are some helpful links we would like to share in helping you build your story.
    • This link will help guide the process as you move along in your story and forming your thoughts

    • All authors have a chance of being interviewed by our Radio Host.

    Edited by Brian Klein

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