Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Fiction Wise Who I Write Like

I decided to try the Who I write like again.  The first time I used some writing from a blog post.  This time I figured I would use something from some fiction I've done.  I used a few paragraphs from "Last Fair Deal" and this time I got someone that I am more than just familiar with, but someone that I am a big fan of.  I could only wish I write like him.

I write like
Neil Gaiman
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holly wynne said...

Ah, jealous!

Travis Cody said...

I did this twice. The first time I used my "Hang On Toby" story, about the boy who slips over a cliff while chasing a baseball. That one came up like Margaret Atwood.

The second one I tried was one of my vampire vignettes. That one came up like Dan Brown.

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