Dear Readers - I'm sorry the blog has been quiet lately, and installments of Kysharok have stopped temporarily. I've been quite preoccupied with my new book plan - I'm almost at the point where I can begin writing the book itself, and I'm really quite excited! Sadly, though, the blog has been suffering the most from this, but I have been working a little more on Peaches and Pebbles.
Dear Literary Agencies - I know you agents are busy, and I know you must receive an awful lotof manuscripts, but 10 weeks to respond seems to be taking a little longer than most. Have you even received my manuscript? I begin to wonder.
Dear Etsy Seller with a Tasty Looking Avatar - Please stop posting in the same forums as me, I'm failing with my diet as it is, and your slutty brownies are killing me. To top it all off, you don't ship to the UK.
Dear August - I hate you, you smell. My shop has made no sales all month because of school holidays, but hopefully September will get back to normal.
Dear World of Warcraft Players - Please stop complaining about MoP, the concept of the Pandarens have been about at least since 2003, when one such creature appeared in the Frozen Throne expansion of Warcraft 3, while Kung Fu Panda was released in 2008. Also, stop taking the game so seriously and go outdoors. No one is forcing you to play.
Dear Neighbours - Put a bell on your bloody cat, it's sneaking up on poor birds and chasing squirrels now, let alone the fact that it's managed to sneak into our house already and try to catch our bird. Some people might get funny about people telling them to keep a bell on their cat, but it's your responsibility, especially in such a wildlife-rich area.
Dear Giveaway Sponsors - Please don't fake giveaways, when individuals "win" it can really be upsetting to find out you had no intention of delivering your "promise" of the item in question, and reflects very badly on your business, and yourself. Be warned that some people have very influential blogs and won't hesitate to call out liars.
Dear Christmas - Do hurry up.