Tuesday, August 17, 2010


I hand the first page of Omega Minor to the appropriate authorities, and out comes this:

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

Then I hand them the last page, and this is their wise pronouncement:

I write like
Anne Rice

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

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

wow! what a cool link! thank you.
I wish, I wrote in English, then I would test it!
...and what did it tell you?
What it tells me is: my impression might have been right - the style of OM changes - start and end are totally different (final-romantic big-bang: penetration-by-a-flaming-while-flying-golden-angel). Your OM is like a good wine. The slower you taste it the better it is (the longer you think about it the more it uncloak..(uncloak??). Oh shit that my English is that bad!
What the link should have told you is: you write like Paul Verhaeghen.
Since I'm a scientist, uuhhh, I had to find out who the hell is (a) Vonnegut, (b) Anne Rice, (c) David Foster Wallace (his fate is a pitty ...a self-reflective-ruminator-who-cant't-sing-the-blues-any-more). Yeah, and what my research told me was perhaps support for my own view: if anything, you are influenced by Thomas Pynchon (and Wallace, is – sorry, was -- obviously, too)
Hm. Recently I started to learn Sanskrit (Devanagari)...and wow! this again tells me something about OM! And therefore: Please, go on writing like Paul Verhaeghen. If you are a retired author, then I am a retired scientist (..I'm nearly, but – hey! Not yet!...Never!...)
All the best.