I'm so glad that someone else reads books :) I found The Master and Margarita in your profile, it is one of my favorite ones!
I just want to thank you for your wonderful blog asurfaceofinfiniteshallowness.blogspot.com.
I read the post "Daylight! Let's Just See What It Looks Like" and then I spent another hour on your blog by reading your posts with pleasure :) Every article is interesting and easy to read. I really like the "Tough Topics #25: The Occupation".
I work for XXXXXX company, we aggregate job adverts around the world.
My job is to persuade bloggers to link to our site.
I really love my job! We have a friendly team and good management, but unfortunately I have no idea how to convince a blogger to link to us, I'm afraid I might lose my job because of it :(
And that is why, instead of sending letters to thousands of different blogs, I am reading yours.
Honestly, I am not really sure if the link to our website in United States - xxxxxx-us.com, will be appropriate for your blog, but if you believe it will and it is possible to add it, I would be really grateful to you! Our site is really cool, it can greatly help hundreds of people to find a job.
I wish you to have a good day and excellent mood! Thanks again for your nice blog. Write more! Thanks!
Serge, I am glad that you are so sensitive to people and their sensitivities. It is a fact that the link to your website xxxxxx-us.com would not be appropriate for my blog, but maybe I can help this way! I'm sure you will be reading this post, and hopefully some of my readers can come up with some suggestions for you, as to what might be good ways to convince bloggers to add a link to their blogs so you don't lose your job!
Folks, I don't know Serge personally, but I can tell just from this one e-mail, he's dead-on correct about a number of things:
1. Every article is interesting and easy to read.
2. Someone else does indeed read books! And that's something to be glad about.
3. The Master and Margarita is a great book.
Serge, you are welcome from and welcome to my wonderful blog asurfaceofinfiniteshallowness.blogspot.com! I hope the readers can come up with some good ideas for you!
I now close with a beautiful little number called "Serge (Late In Rome)" by Mr. Neil Finn.