The Doctrines of Grace as seen and needed by a nuclear physicist
I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!
Aaaagh! It says I write like Dan Brown. Not blaming you or anything....
Tom,Which of your posts encodes the location of the secret documents revealing the true identity of Abishag (and the fact they she was the first pope)?
Renowned physicist and novelist David Heddle stood in the darkened room, examining the brittle, ink-laden document under the glaring rows of 52-watt Phillips fluorescent lights suspended from the dirty gray Armstrong acoustic ceiling, muttering loudly to himself, careless of the fact that no one else could hear him, "where did fellow blogger Tom Gilson post that location?" The tall figure looming silhouetted above his chair gazed down at him and answered pendulously from between mustachioed and bearded lips, "click here for the answer." Renowned physicist David Heddle looked pensively for a mouse—any mouse!—to click....
Tom,Heh--you nailed it. That is exactly how a Dan Brown chapter ends. Only mistake--the first world should be Uknown not Renowned. At least until I reveal the truth...
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And I write like William Shakespeare. It must be so because iwl.me says so. Yeah, right.Henry IX
That's the style that I got as well.
Shouldn't that be "I must write my tale as a warning before the creeping doom reaches me, even now its foul stench rides the breeze..." I write like H.P. Lovecraft?