What kind of a writer are you?
Do you struggle with & against word selection? Perhaps the world of words flows steadily and smoothly through from your heart, mind & soul through your finger tips and into the world beyond.
The good folks at Oxford Dictionary have come with a quick quiz to assess your word selection.
Writing styles are as distinct as personality traits—and debates about which way of writing is “best” can often be just as volatile. Where one writer might luxuriate in the complexities and varieties of the lexicon, another might prefer to tell it like it is in the most familiar way possible.
I came out surprisingly as Ernest Hemingway which is good. Although I wonder about his plainer style v my occasional tendency for ruffles, flourishes, and fascination with syncopated alliterations. Then I also have an equal fascination with creative blended words, i.e. First time becomes firstime. There is probably some technical grammatical term for that, I call them 241s, but I consider it to be part of my personal distinctive style—my own moment of grammatical anarchy.
Try the test for yourself. I am interested in reading about your style & thoughts.
Here is a closing 241 logicaliteralinear. (okay, that’s a 341.