So….This has been going on since June. The first time that I was notified that there was something “fishy” going on.
First off, I’m extremely sorry to everyone involved.
I wanted to apologize him personally, but I thought, since he directly posted a blog on it, I should apologize to him publicly. cristianmihai.net
This blog wasn’t a sole owner property. It was managed by 3 of us who regularly posted and even commented and/or liked otherwise. The name was mine, Aishwarya Shah at eclipsedwords.com, but maybe sometimes the person behind it wasn’t me all the time. This led to the so called “borrowed” and posts.
I have already had a conflict with my friends on this, and taking back what was mine has caused problems since 5 months now.
I know it must’ve led many of you to think which post was actually posted by me.
Noticing the comments and questions on that blog post, http://cristianmihai.net, I can understand what you might have thought. I don’t blame you and you have the entire right in the world if you think “reporting” or “lawsuit” is right. I’m just, sorry. I’ll credit each “borrowed” post and/or take it down completely after uploading this blogpost.
Before anyone else comments, try this crazy thing called asking first. Not everything seems like it is behind closed doors.
I’m leaving these Screenshots of me with the writer, Belinda Stotler, who first notified me in June about this. I have since then, either left a note at the bottom of the blog or removed it completely.
For her understanding I’m thankful. And to the only person who emailed me after reading his post about what was actually wrong and asked me to come forth with the truth, I’m gratefully in debt of your understanding. It took everything in me to come out and say this publicly.
These Screenshots that I’m posting were from something uploaded back in April. I was notified in June. And I didn’t even know till then what was going on over the last year. And the loop has been going on since a few months. To the people who have been following me from the start, thank you. And the only lesson in all of this was – trust is something invaluable to be just given to anyone, be it your friends or anyone.
I have been cleaning up a mess, not created by me in the first place.