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I Write Like … Me?

Yesterday, I decided to fool around with the website I Write Like. Basically, you put in some of your writing and it tells you what author you’re like.

First, I put in a section from Aureole, my published novel. The result:

I write like
Mario Puzo
I Write Like. Analyze your writing!

Yup, apparently my writing style there is like the author of The Godfather.

Then, I decided to see what my writing style from the Short Story Sunday project is like. With that, I got:

I write like
Dan Brown
I Write Like. Analyze your writing!

Apparently, in that I write more like the author of The DaVinci Code.

The moral of the story is that what I’d really like is for someone to put in their writing and get “Kate Mitchell” as an answer. Is that so much to ask for? That I be a famous enough writer for other people to be compared to me instead of the other way around?

While I go ponder this, I’m also linking up with Chloe and Sara Elizabeth for GFC Lovin again this week. Head on over and link up with them, too!

GFC Lovin

Oh, and I’m participating in a giveaway with Chloe at Rainbows & Honeysuckle! Along with TONS of other prizes, if you win you will get the Blog Family ad space I advertise. This includes the largest ad space I offer (250×250), highest placement on the side bar, a weekly Twitter shoutout, and a weekly mention for the 30 days that it is up and running. This weekly mention includes a picture or ad/button, a description of you and your website or blog, links to you, and my recommendation to my followers. Good luck!

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  • Reply Emily Woodard

    This is so cool! I can't wait to see who I write like. Love your blog. It looks like you're living the life I'm striving for: English teacher and author.

    June 19, 2013 at 6:15 pm
  • Reply Jessi Francis

    Girl, keep shooting for your dreams! 🙂

    June 20, 2013 at 4:17 am
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