Bookworms dating loving

03 Dec

"They seem to orient themselves over one particular interest or type of person — athletics, religion. They're a means to an end to get the conversation going."Sherman thought up the idea a couple of years ago after breaking up with his girlfriend, wondering if he'd ever find a woman who has read Nassim Nicholas Taleb's "The Black Swan" or F. Hayek's 66-year-old "The Road to Serfdom." The site went live in mid-July and has about 1,500 users, split about evenly between genders. Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby." Among the most posted authors of the moment? Stieg Larsson, Chuck Palahniuk and Jane Austen also pop up often.The top subscription dating sites boast millions of users (Match counts 29 million), and the most popular free sites can have many thousands.Sherman and fellow founder Matt Masina aren't looking to compete by that measure.

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Company president Michael Carter wouldn't disclose how many users they have.

In the extreme niche department, there's a gathering place for admirers of Ayn Rand's "The Fountainhead and "Atlas Shrugged" that includes a dating area. C., thought he'd give it a try after two failed marriages and intensive study of Rand's work years later. They're still in touch and plan to take a cross-country trip together."I thought I could find somebody there who thinks like I do," Kelley said.

"You won't go onto our site and find guys with their shirts off."Other sites exist for bookish on the prowl.

The Passions Network, a less-than-flashy free social media and dating hangout, has separate areas for writers and lovers of comic books, manga and reading.