Monday, July 26, 2010

I write like Stephen King

I've been sitting in front of the computer for sometime now. My mind was blank though, I couldn't think of anything to write about today. I want some time-out on my Supplier Ratings. I still have few suppliers left to rate. I decided to stalked on some bloggers and chance upon Clarice, a n@wie (Hi Clarice, I hope you won't mind me reposting this). I read her latest piece and can't help but be nosy.

I write like will analyze which famous writer you write like. You just have to choose your latest blog post, journal entry, comment, chapter of your unfinished book, etc, then in just a few second, you'll get the result.

I posted my latest post and cannot help but be surprised to find out that,

I write like
Stephen King
I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!

Stephen King is one of the bestselling authors of all time. He is an American author who is known for his horror, suspense, science fiction and fantasy fiction works. One of his famous novel is Carrie.

I am actually careful on how I write, I know I am not perfect on my grammar and wish to improve the style of writing as time goes by. One of thing that I have doubts about are the use of past, present and future tenses so I am on my trial and error when it comes to using this words.

I took up Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication - Journalism major course in college, not only because I hate Math, but because I can express myself more in writing. Its the thoughts that count anyway.

Also, during our 5 years in a relationship, Far-ouT have experience the venom of how I deal with our conflicts. I don't nag, I hate comfrontation and cat fights. I am quiet when I'm angry. Far-ouT doesn't like it. He said he would prefer me to shout at him, ask him questions, anything to make me talk. But I just couldn't. I refuse to say anything to him for days if I am really pissed. I ignore him like he doesn't exist until my emotion subsided. Then it is as if nothing happens. I don't bring up the topic anymore. I guess that's how I solve it. If I talk when I'm mad, I know I can say things that I would regret. And writing my thoughts keeps me sane. I type it, I write it, I even use my mobile phone to express my feelings.

I tried to speak up now that we have our own family. But I still have my moments of weakness and that's when Far-ouT set his "patience mode."

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