I've seen a lot of you have questions for me regarding fragrances, my own tastes, what I'd recommend that you try, etc.. Although I can't claim to be any expert in perfume - I'm an enthusiast - I'll do my best to answer your questions. The questions I'm best qualified to answer of course are the ones about my own personal tastes, but I'll take a stab at anything else you may want to ask me, just as long as the subject matter stays on fragrances.
I'm creating a separate section in this blog, entitled "Questions?" (see at the top of the page under the "Pages" index) as a place where you can post any questions you might have for me, for the sake of keeping the blog organized. Just post your questions in the "Comment" section, and I'll do my best to answer them. The reason I'm doing this is because I've noticed that sometimes you have questions that don't quite fit into the subject matters of the reviews I post (e.g., asking me, "Shamu, what are your favorite leather fragrances?" in the comments section of my Lapidus Pour Homme review), but you want a place to post them. This is where you can do that.
The only thing I have to insist on that particular page is that I be the one to answer the questions. I'm not saying that I don't value others' input, but if everyone pipes in there trying to answer someone's question, it's going to turn into a chaotic free-for-all, and we won't be able to keep track of who's asking the questions or what the questions are. Again, I'm only putting this rule in place for this particular page, since I created this specifically as a question & answer page; on all my other posts' "Comments" sections, please feel free to pipe in and give your input. I value your input, and I learn a lot in the process.
Please remember that if you want to comment or post questions specific to my reviews or articles, by all means keep posting in the comments sections of those reviews or articles. I'm just trying to maintain some order here.