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So, [personal profile] evilmaniclaugh posted this meme on her journal, and I thought it seemed amusing enough, so I tried it out. I mean, it's kind of neat, though obviously flawed, so why not find out what famous writer I seem like from a small piece of work.

I dug out my favorite piece of fanfic I have ever written. I don't write very often, but I really was proud of how this one had come out, so yeah. I even posted it.

This was my result:

I write like
Stephen King

I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!




Awk. Well, whatever. It is just one analysis, and from one piece of writing. Not even a serious piece of writing. A piece of humory/fluffiness.

So, I tried it again with a piece that I had actually written for a course a few years back. I am definitely not as proud of that one, mostly because, while the teacher was awesome, she had the easiest time making me feel like a moron for taking her class without trying.

This was my result:

I write like
Stephen King

I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!





The minor boost to my ego in this all? A piece of writing that I desperately attempted to make sound like a stream of consciousness from a character apparently was likened to James Joyce.
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