Here at Writer’s Relief, we’re celebrating Mother Goose Day! We’ve called upon our vast knowledge of fairy tales and nursery rhymes to create a (sort of) scientific quiz to help you, dear curious writer, discover which Mother Goose character best represents your writing style.
So be nimble, be quick, and take this fun quiz now to find out! (And be sure to tell us your results in the comment section below.)
WHILE WRITING, YOU LIKE TO:
YOUR WRITING DESK IS
YOUR WRITING STYLE COULD BE DESCRIBED AS:
YOU LIKE A BOOK THAT:
Which Mother Goose Character Best Represents Your Writing Style?
You like to write in a meticulous, carefully planned way. Don’t let interruptions (like a spider dropping in unannounced) throw you for a loop! Take a few deep breaths, sit back down on your tuffet or your ergonomic chair, and focus on writing.
Jack and/or Jill!
You have a plan to climb that writing and publishing hill, but sometimes you take an occasional tumble—rejection letters, anyone? But no matter how many times you might break your crown, you get back up, get back to submitting your work, and keep your eye on the prize.
One of the Three Blind Mice!
You don’t let anything stop you from running with an idea! Your writing is exciting and a little dangerous, and you’re not afraid to push the envelope on literary conventions. You could lose your tale (see what we did there?), but that’s half the thrill!
Perched on top of that metaphorical wall, your writing style has a certain scrambled edge—and you like it that way! You’re willing to shatter pre-existing ideas in order to put together something new and different. Rock on, Humpty!
Share your Results:
Question: Which Mother Goose character do you think best represents your style?