Notary Memphis News

For those who’ve been following the Notary Tips feature here on the Notary Memphis blog, I’m sure you’ve noticed that there haven’t been any new articles posted in a while. This was because the articles for that appear on the website of the American Association of Notaries, and the people in charge there have had other things to deal with of late. So, they have either used articles they had in their archive or skipped it.

I’m pleased to announce that this is about to change. I spoke with my client there earlier this week and we can expect to see new articles written by me on that site starting next week.

I’m excited about this, as the two top things a writer craves is to see his work published and to be paid for it. They’ve already paid me, so all that remains is to publish my work.

I’m especially happy that it appears likely the next of my articles to appear will be the one on Hospital Signings, as it is the best thing I’ve written so far, at least on notary topics.

So, please check back here next week for a link to that. In the meantime, please read and comment on the articles that are already here — or visit my other sites at and


About Tim Gatewood

55+, male, widowed. Mobile Notary Public and Signing Agent, Freelance Writer, and Ordained Minister. Willing servant to cats. Science fiction and fantasy fan, avid reader, Founder of the Darrell Awards. Author of _Getting Started As A Notary Signing Agent_ (available from Please be kind to one another.
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