Jill That wordage would catch my attention also. While Tracy is right in what she says, the way it is phrased alligns my thinking, in this instance, with Prat. There are a couple of things I would do in this instance. I would begin by considering who submitted the book. If you don't know, release the book, go back immediately to Step 1 and check and then, of course, lay claim to the book again. If it is a known submitter of good past submissions, then relax. Another test is text quality. If errors exist, it's not likely an electronic text submitted to BookShare. If you have access to Web Braille, see if the book is available there. Tell us the name of the book in the event the submitter reads this list or to see if any one is aware of this book being available somewhere else already in electronic text form. BTW, what caught my attention in that wordage was the mention of the word blind; and I am guessing it is that word which caught your radar screen.