Dear Miss Plagiarist,
I regret to inform you that yes, I have foiled your plans and I'm sorry that it's come down to this. I'm not writing this open letter lightly, nor am I malicious person who would publicly name and shame you. I've seen what becomes of those caught stealing content, and I don't wish that upon anyone. But stealing is never a victimless crime and I'm afraid that you need to learn the consequences of that.
I chose to contact you privately, asking for the stolen content to be removed, and essentially for you to provide some form of explanation why you would choose to plagiarise not only myself but multiple bloggers and reviewers. Even if they are unaware. But you've removed your Goodreads account without explanation and chose to close any means of communication, hence this open letter.
Contrary to popular belief, I'm a nice person. I love puppies, rainbows and complimenting others on their new haircut, even if it looks awful. So you've not only stolen from me, but put me in a position where I need to decide whether to tell those involved that you've violated their intellectual rights. And yes, I will be showing them even if your details will be obscured. It's a moral dilemma that I won't be taking lightly as I'm not interested in turning this into a witch hunt. Even if you have now removed the stolen reviews from Goodreads, these same stolen reviews are still posted to your blog and Amazon. These reviews do not belong to you, and since you've shut down any communication we may have entered into, you've left me no choice but to publicly urge you to remove any last traces of your theft.
I'm not angry, but disappointed that you felt the need to claim my work among others as your own. There is no justification for stealing content. My message to you was in good faith, which most would agree that you probably didn't deserve such kindness. Perhaps another blogger wouldn't have been so lenient on you. But yet again, this is something you've brought upon yourself.
So remove what is not rightfully yours. Please. Or regretfully, I'll need to take the matter further.