- Much of my work resembles that of Dan Brown or Chuck Palahniuk (according to I Write Like), despite the fact that I've never read either person's work.
- I've only written one story between 578 and 854 words. I'm not finished cataloguing, but I expect a similar situation to remain. The reason for such eludes me. Perhaps I should try writing some 700-word stories to test those waters.
- The quality of my prose drops off drastically below 270 words. I am not surprised by that. Anything shorter than 270 words has to be extremely simple to work, even with my brevity.
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Things I've Noticed About My Fiction
I've written my fair share of flash fiction pieces. Some have been good, many have been passable, and a few have been near terrible. A while ago I started an Excel document listed things I've written along with (in its current form): genre, word count, personal rating/percentage, and I Write Like result. I've noticed a few things from looking at a list of forty-nine pieces.