Stylistically, that is.
I write like is a fun little tool. Like Wordle, you input at least a few paragraphs of text...from a paper, your blog, whatever, hit the button, and it "analyzes" your writing style to tell you who you write like.
Ex-English teacher that I am, how could I not?? The first time I only put in two paragraphs, and it came up James Fenimore Cooper. EXCUSE ME!!?? If that were true, I would stop blogging immediately, consdering it a cruel and unusual punishment to perpetrate upon my audience.
So I tried it again with a longer post, and it decided I write like David Foster Wallace. Still not a fave, but better!
Give it a try.