Thursday, October 29, 2009

A History of Samhain

The other day, I received a email from an author asking me to remove "A History of Samhain" from this blog. Apparently I didn't give the author credit to her work, as I forgot where I had gotten the info. I emailed the author back apologizing and told her I knew who reported me, 'cause she likes to copy things from other blogs and passes it off as her own, even though I am noticing that she is now giving credit to those she "borrows" from. I'm not naming names because that only causes negative energy.

I can't say I'm not a I'm a little put off, that I had to remove a item from my blog. It had a lot of great information, but I have left a link to site and article.

Thanks, Lady Spring Wolf, as I did see my name on her list of infringements. At least I wasn't nasty like some who have copied her stuff without permission.

Here's the link:


greekwitch said...

It is obvious that you were n't trying to steal her stuff! I am sorry about this whole thing. You must have felt awful.

Rowan LeBoutillier said...

I did, the person who reported me, posted that I reported her, but her name's not on the link's copyright page. It's sad when a 40-something acts like a child.

Unknown said...

Wow. I kind of understand where people are coming from when they don't want their information passed off as someone else's but I also think the extent that she goes to is a little crazy. She has an entire page of people's names and web addresses! It's the internet for goodness sake, information is going to get passed around!

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