TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN...
Write a letter to someone you have an issue with.
To Miss "Kum Ba Yah" spread the #BloggerLove blogger...
I would like to ask you why that day I was asking what a hashtag initialism you posted about meant, you let two other bloggers keep typing *wink wink* every time I asked anything in that thread and when I tagged you three times for an explanation you ignored me. I know those girls are part of your clique, even though you are a loud protester of cliques, but that is no reason to let them bully another blogger on a post of yours.
Did you know I found out it was a twitter party hashtag for a debut author I have been following and interacting with since she first put pen to paper? And if I am not mistaken the only reason you and your lackies knew anything about her was because I was retweeting her stuff and #FFing her on Fridays? When I apologized to her and told her the reason I missed her Twitter Q&A, she got irratated with me because you are such a "wonderful person" and would never "purposely" do anything like that. I was brokenhearted after that. I was the one who was treated poorly and now she thinks I am the awful one.
I know you did it purposefully because not once since the *wink wink* incident have you interacted with me on Twitter. I even tested the waters by answering questions you asked like, "What are you reading this weekend?" or "Do you have any weird pets?" and you would reply to everyone, but me. And when I went to DM you to ask you why you were doing this I couldn't because you had unfollowed me.
It doesn't bother me that you don't like me, and I am not going to say "anymore" because I have a feeling you never liked me, but only liked all the retweets I did for you and all the blog visits I did to comment when you were just starting out and no one else was bothering with you. But it does bother me that you didn't tell me why you felt the need to be passive aggressive.
Seeing all of your blogger love hashtags, "events", and tweets turns my stomach now. I even had you blocked for a while, but my curiosity got the better of me after the "Blogger Confessions" mob war on Twitter, when all the #BloggerLove and #BloggerCompliments hastags started showing up. I wanted to see how well you would use it to your advantage. I just shake my head when bloggers fall for your "you are special to me and an asset to the blogging community" line. Yes, those are great sentiments, but you have to genuinely mean them, not be using them to butter up people for follows and blog hits. You know, now that I think about it, you never repaid a blog visit or retweet once. I guess I always believe the best of people until they spit in my face.
You fit well with your buddy who told me my blog was never going to go anywhere because I post about books no one wants to know about. And who tells people how she's a big Taylor Swift fan when she hates her music, and tells people how much she loves cats and adores everyone's cat photos when she told me she wished they would all get a cat plague and die. Oh, and the bloggers who have the good giveaways that she talks smack about behind their backs, but kisses their behinds on social media. And all the teen bloggers she smooch emojis on Twitter and then calls dweebs and twerps in private messaging.
Bloggers have had problems with some unpopular comments I have made on Twitter, but at least I am honest and if I don't like you or your promotional practices I won't be sending you kissy emojis in public and talking about how I dislike you in private.
I just wanted to let you know, Miss Kum Ba Ya, that not everyone falls for your deceptions.
La La in the Library