What Type of Writer Are You?
Take the Test and find out!
Which Great Writer are you most like?
What are your Strengths and how can you better use them?
What are your Weaknesses and how can you overcome them?
You are the free spirit of all writers. It isn’t just that the muses have kissed you – you probably are a muse for others, too. Creativity is the driving force in your life, what defines you.
Of all the writers, you have the strongest, most comprehensive grasp of the writing craft. Consequently, others don’t appreciate how hard you work at it. You make it look easy!
Logical thinking comes naturally to you, so when others don’t quite follow your logic, it’s befuddling. You know what you need to do, so plan for that and do it. This is your strength.
You are a writer with a strong business sense and a tack for creative pragmatism. It’s easy to you and what’s more, it’s FUN – and this is what helps you achieve success where others fail.
Famous Inspired Writers:
Famous Eternal Writers:
Laurie R. King
Famous Logical Writers:
Famous Savvy Writers:
Theodor Seuss Geisel (a.k.a. Dr. Seuss)
Chip and Dan Heath
You’ve probably been writing all your life, but have the tendency or desire to keep it a secret. When you’re ready to reveal this to others, you’ll find you have a lot to share. It will dazzle.
Of all writers, you are the most well read, The Wisdom Seeker. Your vast wealth of reading experience influences everything you do, and this intent is what you give to others as well.
Your greatest strength is your ability to observe and perceive what most people do not. This gives you incredible insight in your writing. Your hesitance is about being careful, mindful.
You are an eternal student of life, always looking for things to learn. You revel in the creative spirit required to try new things and this is your greatest strength. Always new, and renew!
Famous Closet Writers:
Famous Literate Writers:
Famous Hesitant Writer:
Famous Innovative Writers:
George R. R. Martin
Find out more about yourself and gain a new perspective on your approach to writing.
Strengths and Weaknesses
Learn about your strengths so that you can intentionally use that to your fullest advantage. Know your personal hurdles to help you figure-out what you need to do to overcome them.
Have Fun and Share it!
Have fun exploring your Writer’s Type and share your results with your friends!