What famous writers do you write like?

I stumbled upon this blog post by author Shannon A. Thompson who also had the same fortune as I had and found a link that I am about to share with you all.

I Write Like.

This site can analyze the way you write to reveal  what famous writer you write like? I’m sure everyone is dying to know how he or she can write like, it’s a really good boost actually, I know it gave me some great pleasure to find out who I write like, I used words from this post for the analysis.

That's the result of my writing analysis

That’s the result of my writing analysis

Try to see who do you share your writing persona with?

Happy writing everyone,

~ A. H. Amin

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9 thoughts on “What famous writers do you write like?

  1. My writing is along the lines of Joyce Carol Oates but I know this because I am drawn to her writing and I also write about women surviving obstacles in a very raw (realistic) way.

  2. Great post and thanks for showing us this great link. I entered in my text and like you, I also write like Dan Brown – which is weird as I’ve only read the Da Vinci code. I’m going to try again with a different article.

  3. Lol, I got Dan Brown too, which is scary considering I’m not a big fan of his writing. Uh oh 😛 I’ve heard that once before, though, so I guess there’s some truth to it. Fun! Thanks for the share.

  4. Agh! So, jealous! I love Dan Brown’s books! 🙂
    I put in my book review for Eve and Adam and got that I write like Margaret Atwood. Then I decided, since I don’t write my books the same way I write a blog post, to put in part of my synopsis for Daughter of Isis and got that I write like H. P. Lovecraft. I don’t know either author or what it all means, but it was fun! 😀

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