I write like
I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!
Apparently. I ran umpteen selections from Hot Sinatra, a whole raft of short stories and a few articles and reviews through this magic box of theirs… Gibson and Cory Doctorow came up over and over and over, although a few Pahlaniuks, Joyces and Vonneguts littered the results. I also ended up with one result each for Agatha Christie, Rudyard Kipling and Robert Louis Stevenson. Go figure.
I’m just not sure whether that puts me in good company, or suggests rampant Multiple Personality Disorder.
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Of course – and it only occurs to me now – Doctorow and Gibson probably just implies some shared inherent Canadian sentence structure; or possibly the fact that we all spell ‘colour’ or ‘aboot’ the same way, eh?