Do you like to write? Do you write long emails that perturb your friends and upset your family. Do people cringe when your emails arrive because it means they have to buy a liter a vodka or make a pot of coffee because it means they’re in for a long night of reading? (You can tell if people are not anxious to read your long emails if, after say a year, no one ever writes you back.)
Do you like to write anything? Essays, short stories, novels, op-ed pieces, letters to the editor, and so forth? Yes, I know that was a sentence fragment, EB, but I did it for a reason. No, I’m not going to tell you the reason!
Anyway, if you like to write, you’ll probably want to know what famous author you write most like. Right? I put some of EB’s emails in this site’s analyzer and it says she writes like Squibb Pharmaceutical – whoever she is. It says I write like Cory Doctorow, whoever she/he is.
So who do you write like? Squibb Pharmaceutical or Cory Doctorow? Missy Blakenick or Stella Amaramdas? Herbert Holliwig or Hermen Seville? Do you know? Do you want to? You do?
All you need to do is go to our site of the week “I Write Like” and paste in a nice example of your literary masterpiece and click “Analyze”. In seconds, you’ll know who you write like. Let’s just hope it’s not Squibb Pharmaceutical.