Matthew J. Rogers

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Rules should be Heeded – A Review of Obsession: An Erotic Tale, by Gloria Vanderbilt

This review may be short, and full of spoilers. I have returned the book to the library already so while I won’t be directly quoting from it, I am still going to be giving a fair review here. Here’s the synopsis, taken from Goodreads, and I’ll see you after the break:


 


Talbot Bingham is a renowned architectural genius who, with his formidable wife, Priscilla, creates an architectural community....

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message 2: by Matthew (last edited Jun 29, 2010 10:55PM)

Matthew Rogers Ashley wrote: "Matthew wrote: "Ashley wrote: "It seems you and I share an uncanny resemblance in taste for books. :D
...I do abuse the compare books button."

Well thanks, I've added a lot of books to my list ..."


That's awesome and I don't mind the difference in stars really, as I always say: if everyone in the world liked one thing, no complaints, then you know something is wrong. ^_^ Still for me I want to try and read as many of the classics as I can as they were the ones who paved the way for us.

Well what kind of things do I write, that is a bit tricky to say. But basically I would write anything that comes to my mind. If it falls into Fantasy then it does, if it falls in just regular Fiction then it does; I don't mind as long as I can write something then I'm good. The problem is...I can't write, it's not the fact that I have no good ideas, but I just cannot seem to write at all. As for the book you are in well it sounds like an interesting collection, I hope to purchase it one day and read it! Though be glad you got published, I haven't even finished one story yet.

I have been going through your lists though, and I'm surprised at all the lists you have. I've found a few things that interest me so I'm happy. I hope you do too if you can make it through my giant list of books. =D


Matthew Rogers Ashley wrote: "It seems you and I share an uncanny resemblance in taste for books. :D
...I do abuse the compare books button."


Well thanks, I've added a lot of books to my list because since I want to be a writer it would be best to read a large variety of books instead of just a narrow selection. I have also used the compare books option awhile back with you and noticed the same thing, it's good to see someone who has read the book and found it interesting even though we may not have given the same amount of stars for it. :)


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