Who do you write like?

Nothing like a bit of self-analysis to distract one from replying to very important emails. This little gem made itself known to me on Twitter (source of many time-wasting titbits). Simply insert your latest blog, chapter of your unfinished book or whatever sample of writing you have to hand, and discover which famous author’s style you emulate…

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I’ve taken the liberty of analysing the A&B staff based on recent blogs and these are my findings:

GeorginaRudyard Kipling

ChiaraH.P. Lovecraft

Lesley Neil Gaiman

SusieCharles Dickens

ChristinaDavid Foster Wallace

And meChuck Palahniuk

Who’d have thought?

Lara Crisp, Managing Editor

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One thought on “Who do you write like?”

  1. Great. I tested this three times and it’s still H P Lovecraft, whose works were apparently “deeply pessimistic and cynical”. What does that say about me…? I desperately tried a fourth test – Kurt Vonnegut (“one of the most influential American writers of the 20th century”). I’ll be using the second comparison, thank you…

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