Review 1653

The author is on a “Search for Love in Manhattan” of which he describes a gay odyssey of neurosis. Said odyssey is entertaining, and very identifiable to those looking for Mr. or Mrs. Right.

I wanted to read SO much more from this author. I’m not kidding. Maybe it’s because I identified so well with his search for someone that uses punctuation correctly, pronounces all those fancy-schmancy words correctly like “cache” like they were meant to be said, and identifying the shape and proper name of a dessert, but I think it’s mainly because the guy behind the words at “Search for Love in Manhattan” is a personable writer – a VERY personable writer.

There aren’t very many entries to read through, and I was sorely disappointed. Of course, I don’t expect the author to put a slow down on his quest for love just to entertain the internet-viewing audience. The overused cliché that fits best here, though, is definitely quality rather than quantity, and I’d much rather have it that way. This month’s accounts do look promising, though, as there are already four entries and it’s only June 10.

The design doesn’t at all distract from the weblog itself, as it’s a standard Blogger template. Could it have had a better design? Sure, it could. But what site couldn’t use a better design?

The only thing that I would have liked to see on this site that I didn’t come across was an “about the author” section. Maybe the author’s intention is for readers to wonder about all the specifics that could be conjured up in one’s head just by reading about someone’s life. If that was the goal, then it was certainly achieved. I’d still like to know more, though.

And I’d like to apologize in advance to the author if any glaring grammatical or punctuation errors exist in my review!The Search for Love in Manhattan

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