Does your writing style remind you of another author's. Not in anyway, implying plagerism, just asking.
Here on HP my hubs are my own style, but with my fiction and screenplays I try to emulate Clive Cussler, especially the way he writes his Dirk Pitt novels. Being a history major, the element of "what if" and "what's being left out" has always appealed to me.
I am afraid my style of writing is so outdated one could guess my age by knowing my favorite authors: Ernest Hemingway, Pearl S. Buck and John Steinbeck. I probably write somewhat like those.
When I first started writing fiction, my writing voice mimicked that of Lemony Snicket. Quirky, involved, and self-imposing. But it has changed over time, due to the different things that I write. Now my writing voice is a mish mosh of Lemony Snicket, as well as certain online personalities that I have come across.
Well, my nic name back in school was longfellow
..... But im not sure that had anything to do with writing
The guy that writes those long-winded technical manuals. My writing is boring as heck.
no earthly idea really,... i found myself trying to do it like others and it was harder than just doing what i wanted,.. and besides,.. no one published stephen king because he wrote like sinclair lewis,... i know btw, i he didnt,.. get it?
my humerous verse often gets me compared to punk poet John Cooper Clark, which I consider a great honour
In my case, my writing style does not mirror any one particular author or writer. It is entirely unique to me. Simply because my brain is wired differently than everyone else's. So there you have it. My writing style mirrors me.
by Gracie Sophia 4 years ago
My word would be 'tangie'.
by Eugene Brennan 12 days ago
I'm "attempting" to write an educational article for children. As I introduce new keywords, should I highlight them in italics and also possibly make them bold the first time they appear but use non-formatted text for subsequent appearances?
by Sally Gulbrandsen 5 years ago
What does your writing style say about you and is it something which just developed quite naturally?
by optimus grimlock 8 years ago
Aer your serious,funny a mixture of both or what?
by Ken R. Abell 8 years ago
Can you identify & name the writers who have influenced your writing style?
by Tatara 7 years ago
Mine is Ann Beattie's.
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