Faux-Pas is an interesting title, and I am not sure what it means. So thus, when entering the weblog, I had no clue what to expect. Anything that you might expect will more than likely be wrong, as this site has a lot to offer.
First thing that I noticed was an interesting 3 column layout which was done in frames. While I am not an avid supporter of frames, it works and Eric, thankfully knows how to use them. We are greeted with an interesting picture of him in one column which will not go away until you click on a link on the far right column that actually loads something over there.
The blog itself is extremely well written. You may not agree with his thoughts, but you have to give him credit that he can write well. A fair number of his posts are somewhat of a rambling state, with others having more definition. Of course, there are even some poetic posts which adds a nice little mix to the weblog. To try to classify his writing style would be somewhat of a hard thing to do so I will leave it with one word: original.
Other nice parts about his site include his poetry and his texts. This is where his ability to write really shines. It has taken me a long time to write this review as I keep reading more of his texts as he calls them. I strongly suggest reading this area of this site, even if you do not like the weblog. This section alone is worth visiting.
Over all we have a very well done weblog. It is definitely not for everyone. Eric says it best on his page by saying This is a place for those of you who think. I know that, in time, like all of my other projects, this will also be a place for the lower functioning to scapegoat me. The purpose of literature is to stimulate the mind, and if it angers a person it still serves to stimulate him. So if you are interested, you might want to check it out.
Faux-Pas: Literary Accounts…