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Angela Atkinson
To My Readers:
I apologize for this deviation from this blog’s purpose. Thank you for your understanding.

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7 Responses to To the Content Thieves

  1. You go gyrl!!!

  2. Proof of the power of social networking: I blasted FB, Twitter and my blogs about this person who stole my work, and the site is now empty. Thank you Facebook, Twitter, David Scorca, and everyone else who helped me get the word out. Thanks especially to Alyssa Ast for finding the stolen work in the first place. Vindicated!

    And thank you Jerome for removing the content.

  3. Your Welcome! I did not know that you “blasted” FB, Twitter, David Scorca or whoever. The only thing I ever got was your comment on my blog. Tbe next time that someone tries to copy your good work without permission you will probably get pretty far with a simple email request.

    Sorry you went through all of that.
    Good Luck with your blog and keep up the good work.


  4. Why should she have just sent an email? The writing indusrty needs to be aware of thieves and scams. Trust me, facebook and twitter aren’t the only place you will find your illegal actions reported.

  5. You’re right Alyssa.
    Just pointing out that all she had to do is ask.
    I removed all content as soon as I saw the first mention of it and apologized. I’m not sure what else i can do. I’m certainly not trying to start a war.
    You wrote an extensive article requesting people not judge you. Seems like turnabout would be fair.
    Have a nice day.

  6. It is very difficult not to judge a person when I have been victimized by a thief. Yet I do appreciate the apology and thank you for promptly removing the content.

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