I Write Like Chuck Palahniuk

Paste some of your writing into this handy analyzer, and it spits out the name of a famous writer.

I write like
Chuck Palahniuk

I Write Like by Mémoires, journal software. Analyze your writing!

I’ve seen Fight Club the movie (and loved it, but who doesn’t?), but I’ve never read any of his novels. Maybe I should. Especially since I got this result four out of five times, using different parts of two of my books. My third try got Ian Fleming.

Thanks, Monica Lee, for posting this. Fun stuff.

8 thoughts on “I Write Like Chuck Palahniuk

  1. Well I tried paragraphs from a number of posts and got different authors for each one, including a Chuck Palahniuk. (I think I may be the only person in the world who hated Fight Club, but my partner wasn’t crazy about it either. It may have been the pressure…people kept saying it was life-changing.) Anyway, I wonder how they do this? Jeez, do I need to get a style and stick to it?

    • I’m not sure about “life-changing,” but it was definitely better than most. That does happen to me though, if a movie or book is too hyped by the media or my friends, my expectations will be too high and it will ruin it for me. I’d love to have a peek of the code behind that analyzer. I know we can’t take it seriously but it does take the edge off querying!

  2. That’s cool. When you get finished reading one of Chuck’s books, let me read it. I want to see.


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