According to the site I Write Like, I write like:
- Cory Doctorow, when I’m writing about finding user manuals;
- James Joyce, when reflecting on a sermon I’d heard;
- Edgar Allan Poe when musing on a Dickens novel;
- Jane Austen when remembering my missing pet;
- Dan Brown when going over what I’ve learned from the Bible.
Of all those, the only comparison that flatters me is the one to Jane Austen, who also happens to be the only author above whose work I’ve read.
The lesson I take away from this is that I should write more about cats if I want to be famous a couple of centuries from now!
Oh, and just for fun, I ran this post through the analyser. Result: (drumroll)…
Extra: Read how the algorithm works.