What Kind of Writer Lurks Within You?

 Have you ever wondered what kind of author you would have made? Take our latest personality test and answer all our questions honestly - and you may finally have the answer!
 
What kind of dreams do you have the most?
I dream about people I know and things I went through
I dream of great, epic and weird adventures
The ones I remember are mostly nightmares
Usually they are unsettling and weird
They are often romantic in nature
 
Other than books, what kind of things do you find yourself reading on a daily basis?
News articles
Scientific and technological discoveries
Communications from my significant other
Shocking stories happening around the world
How-To guides and tutorials
 
What do you fear the most?
Death
Being alone and unloved
Someone attacking me
A dystopian future
That something terrible may happen to someone I love
The dark and the unknown
 
Complete the sentence: "Life is..."
Complicated
Terrible
Beautiful
Short and bloody
A mystery
 
Pick a house to live in...
 
Pick your favorite fairy tale of these options:
Puss in Boots
Cinderella
Little Red Riding Hood
The Elves and the Shoemaker
Jack and the Beanstalk
 
Pick a style of music you like the most.
Classical
Pop
Classic Rock
Punk
Funk
Heavy Metal
Country Music
 
Choose an animal you find fascinating.
 
What do you feel was missing from your life so far?
A great romance
More excitement
A better quality of life
A life and death situation that would have made me appreciate life more
More learning and academics
 
What quality do you look for in a significant other?
Dependability
Intelligence
Being an exciting person
An aura of mystery
To be strong and scary when protecting me
Someone who is madly in love with me
Action Writer
You're an action writer! Your colleagues are writers such as Lee Child, Michael Crichton, and Dan Brown. <br><br>You focus on plots that involve high stakes, battles, war, spy games, police stories, and any other story that involves life and death situations and a lot of breathless, mind-exploding mayhem. Your books give people an adrenaline rush they just can't find anywhere else, and it's the perfect genre for having your books adapted into movies...
Sci Fi & Fantasy Writer
You're a Science fiction & Fantasy writer! Your colleagues are writers such Arthur C. Clark, J.K Rowling, Isaac Asimov, and George R.R. Martin! <br><br> Of all the writers in this quiz, you are by far the most imaginative. To become a successful Sci-Fi and/or Fantasy author, you must construct a completely new world, even if based on your own. Sometimes the world is our own with a twist, but most sci-fi and fantasy books create a completely new existence, with new kinds of creatures, characters, planets, universes, languages, and cultures. This requires an enormous amount of imagination; The kind of imagination that takes your readers away from their drab lives and into epic adventures that use magic, technology, myth, and imagination to create unforgettable worlds. Some of these worlds are very famous today, such as Star Wars, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, and many more.
Horror Writer
You're a Horror Novelist! Your colleagues are writers such as Stephen King, Bram Stoker, and Clive Barker. <br><br> Your books focus on plots that may start as a thriller or other kind of novel but quickly turn into nightmares from your own dark imagination. Thoughts about horrible things are easy for you, and they seem to melt right into your fingers as you type. Your imagination is wide and has room for horrors of all kinds, including the supernatural world, the biblical world, the pagan world, the fantasy world, the sci-fi world, and everything in between. A good horror writer knows many dark tales, mythologies, and histories and uses them all to construct a terrifying situation your readers will never forget.
Non-Fiction Writer
You're a nonfiction writer! Your colleagues are writers such as George Orwell, Elizabeth Kolbert and every major politician of the last decade! <br><br> Nonfiction writers come in many forms. They focus on our world and have no characters, no plot, and no mystery. What they do offer is a real look at our own lives, our technology, the events that have occurred, and every kind of guide imaginable. You tend towards this type of writing because you are more focused on this world, the problems we have now, and where they will lead us. You want to make a connection through your writing and the things you TEACH the reader. In that, you are part teacher, part writer - and all useful.
Romance Novelist
You're a Romance Novelist! Your colleagues are writers such as Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, and Nicholas Sparks. <br><br> Your books focus on relationships, falling in love, young love, mature love, and everything in between. The world of relationships is not always full of love. It also contains hate, passion, jealousy, envy, and many other strong emotions. To be a successful romance novelist, one must know how to use these emotions to invoke strong reactions from the reader. This is something you are perfectly suited for, and your books awaken the romantic feelings of all who read them.
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