Not convinced about accuracy - my results vary. But it’s interesting and fun.
I matched with Bram Stoker, and I'd find this a bit more interesting and fun if it told me why I matched with him rather than just telling me about him.
I submitted a parody to be analyzed, and it said I matched with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I haven't read anything of his in so long that I don't know whether or not I do. In one of my writing classes in journalism school, our professor gave us several examples to try to mimic: H.L. Mencken, Dave Barry, the NY Times, the Washington Post, etc. One of the examples was so dull that I had to get out a Thesaurus to be able to match the style and words. In fact, I may have overdone it a little. His comment was that "it was the most boring article he'd ever read. He said I did a great job of mimicking them and gave me an A.
by optimus grimlock 12 years ago
Aer your serious,funny a mixture of both or what?
by Matt Leo 10 years ago
What writer inspired your writing style the most and how?Steven Brust, Piers Anthony, Orson Wells, Douglas Adams, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, are among many of my influences.
by Ken R. Abell 12 years ago
Can you identify & name the writers who have influenced your writing style?
by Gracie Sophia 8 years ago
My word would be 'tangie'.
by Sally Gulbrandsen 9 years ago
What does your writing style say about you and is it something which just developed quite naturally?
by Samantha Cubbison 3 years ago
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