What Famous Writer Are You?

MARK TWAIN

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Always paying attention to the nuances of those around you, your writing is probably less focused on the abstract and more tuned in to what goes on in your everyday life.  You are probably a gifted storyteller who keeps nearly everyone entertained with your wit and observation skills.  Making money is not as important to you, as your greatest reward is simply the joy of others enjoying what you’ve written.

This was a fun personality quiz that I did from one of my Follower’s/ Reader’s pages and I enjoyed it greatly. I found it pretty accurate, give it a try!

See what famous writer you are? 

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2 comments

  1. The Happy Healthy Kiwi · April 16, 2016

    Cool quiz! I got Ernest Hemingway. I haven’t really read much of Hus but I agreed with the blurb I got:

    Perhaps one of your peculiar hobbies is listening to people talk to each other.  In any case, it is apparent in your writing that the nuances of dialogue are important to you.  Surroundings are also paid special attention to in your stories, thus showing that for you setting is just as important as plot.  And you do have good plots.  While you may or may not be of a particular faith, there is an underlying theme of good overcoming evil that gives your work special meaning to you.  You are a normally introverted person, but your stories are the best way for you to express your thoughts to the world. 

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    • Lady CAS · April 16, 2016

      neato! I have read a bit of Mark Twain’s but I thought it was pretty cool that we are like-minded, lol. Now I feel like I should read a bit more by him in lieu of this, lol. Your’s seems pretty cool I would be down for a good ole story of this caliber from you!!!! 🙂

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