Sometimes, writing may feel like tumbling down a rabbit hole—you’re chasing an elusive grammar rule, or an idea that appeared great now seems mad as a…well, you know. Since inspiration may grow or shrink on a whim, it can be helpful to know your writing style strengths. Come with Writer’s Relief and venture through the looking glass to take this fun quiz and find out which Lewis Carroll Alice in Wonderland character matches your writing style! After all, you can’t go back to yesterday, because you were a different person then.
Writing Quiz: Which Wonderland Character Matches Your Writing Style?
How would you affect the way your reader feels?
- A. Building an atmosphere surrounding the events unfolding
- B. Adding layers and twists to the story line
- C. Deepening the character growth as the plot occurs
What is your favorite part of the story to write?
- A. The scenes and imagery
- B. The events happening
- C. The character descriptions
Which best describes your writing?
- A. Building tension, evoking grief, or stirring excitement
- B. Creating conflict or introducing new adventures
- C. Challenging my characters as they experience their life
What book would you want to read (or reread)?
- A. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
- B. The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
- C. The Final Revival of Opal & Nev by Dawnie Walton
Which of these sentences seems most intriguing?
- A. “There was an electricity buzzing in the air.”
- B. “The old key scraped loudly as she turned it in the keyhole.”
- C. “He looked at his father in a new light, understanding him better than he had before.”
Which word appeals most to your inner writer?
- A. Urgency
- B. Action
- C. Growth
Which would you rather do?
- A. Listen to the Mock Turtle sing
- B. Play croquet with a flamingo mallet
- C. Sip from a bottle labeled “Drink Me”
You’re a Cheshire Cat!
You know how to set the mood! Your word choices help manipulate the mood, atmosphere, and tone of your writing, whether it’s happy, sad, playful, or more. Like the captivating smile of the Cheshire Cat, you continue to influence your readers’ emotions long after they’ve finished reading your work.
You’re a Mad Hatter!
You’re a plot-style writer! The Hatter is mad about planning an unforgettable tea party, right down to the intriguing details. Just like the Hatter, you enjoy plotting out the major details that drive your story forward.
You’re an Alice!
You focus on character development! Alice meets all sorts of interesting characters in Wonderland: Tweedledum and Tweedledee, the Queen of Hearts, Absolem the Caterpillar, the Mock Turtle, and others. She grows and learns from her enchanting experiences, and your writing reflects the changes your characters experience throughout the story.
Question: Which Lewis Carroll Wonderland character matches your writing style? Tell us in the comment section!