I like these internet toys. Apparently:
Wow. I am proud of that, a fine writer. So how about something else, a bit of academic writing:
Never read anything by him so I wouldn't know. So let's try another piece:
Shit! Quick, delete it this instant. The shame, the shame. Slap another passage in to take the taste away.
Who? Well what about trying something else.
There, that is more respectable, even if some of his politics were a bit dodgy.
Consistently male I suppose, but then I did a bit of cheating and found that Emily Bronte writes like James Fenimore Cooper, George Eliot writes like Charles Dickens as does Thomas Hardy, Thackeray and, I suspect, most 19th Century English novelists. Let's go earlier. Mary Shelly writes like Mary Shelly, but Laurence Sterne writes like Robert Louis Stevenson. Daniel Defoe has the style of Jane Austen. A little more populist perhaps, Agatha Christie writes like Arthur Conan Doyle. Oh well, so it goes ...
Thanks to Shuggy for helping me waste an odd half hour.