Friday, July 30, 2010

Funtastic Friday

Apparently, I write The Second Cellar in the style of James Joyce (left), but Up the Rutted Road like Stephen King (right). At least, those are the results of "I Write Like" analysis. Click on over there and try it out. I wouldn't take it too seriously, if I were you--I'm certainly not--but it's a fun diversion for a Friday.

Note to my critique partners: One of you also writes like James Joyce, while another favors Stephen King.

Fellow writers, what does the analysis reveal about your style? Do you agree with the results? Why or why not? How accurate do you think this tool is? Please respond by clicking "Comments."


  1. Ha! I got James Joyce on The Peacock Throne and Magistrate's Folly. L. Frank Baum on Chasing Lady Liberty, William Shakespeare on Eureka, and Chuck Palahnuik on Sing, Sweet Nightingale.

    I'm thinking I can't make up my mind.

  2. Hilarious fun! Yes, not to be taken seriously, but oh what a fun way to take a break!

  3. Yes, Linda. So? Who do you write like?

    Write on!

    Because of Christ,

  4. I wasn't surprised that Zombie Rabbit got me a Steven King. Very funny.

  5. I'm curious. Which am I? heehee. Neat test. Going to take it now.

  6. sweet! I got Leo Tolstoy. HA! What a laugh. That was fun.