Yet another instant analyzer with a pastable badge.
I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!
I got David Foster Wallace twice, Cory Doctorow once, H.P. Lovecraft once … so, perhaps it isn’t a scientific result.
I got Lovecraft from my sample. I wonder what defines it! I call shenanigans, because this snippet was identified as Dan Brown!
If only I had known, before arriving at the palatial estate in the foothills of rural Connecticut, the horrors that awaited me within, I may have contented myself with remaining in my modest city apartment in Boston. My grandfather’s passing, while sad, was an event not unexpected by my family, and as my father and uncles are inextricably occupied with their businesses across the Old World, it fell to me as the eldest to assume responsibility for the family seat of power in the Americas. Alas, the richness of the estate was matched only by the evil and insanity lurking beneath the deepest roots of the wine cellar.
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I get Cory Doctorow for everything I submit. I can’t comment on the tool’s accuracy since I’ve never read anything by him, but at least it’s consistent.
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