A bagel is the quintessential New York City nosh. And whether you’re from the city that never sleeps, a sleepy town in the Northwest, or somewhere in between, a bagel is a great snack while working on your latest writing project. Just like writers and their work, there are so many types of bagels to choose from! Which makes the foodies here at Writer’s Relief wonder—what type of bagel are you most like, writer? Take a break, scoop a schmear of cream cheese, and let’s find out with this fun quiz!
What Type Of Bagel Are You, Writer?
Which element is most important to your writing?
What type of character do you gravitate toward?
- A jack-of-all-trades
- Someone kind-hearted
- A deep thinker
- A vigilante
What do you want to be the major takeaway from your writing?
- Satisfying adventure
- Hope and inspiration
- New concepts to consider
- A story that sticks with the reader
Which phrase resonates most with your writing?
- Multiple plots and elements
- Uplifts the reader
- Allows for critical thinking
- Gray characters and in-depth storytelling
Which music genre do you listen to while writing?
- Easy listening
- Classical music
Which writing snack is best?
- Buttery popcorn
- Fresh-baked cookies
- A hearty sandwich
- Hot coffee
Which atmosphere does your writing embody?
- Shifting moods
- Observation and consideration
- A rabbit hole
Mostly 1: Everything Bagel
Your creative writing has something for everyone: imagination, romance, suspense, adventure. Your audience may even like a taste of something outside their favored genre sprinkled in. And your conclusions always wrap everything up in a deliciously satisfying way!
Mostly 2: Cinnamon Raisin Bagel
Your writer personality is comforting, uplifting, and inspiring. You write for an audience that craves something cozy, hopeful—and maybe even a little sweet. By warmly engaging all the senses, you draw your readers in and melt their hearts.
Mostly 3: Onion Bagel
You’re not afraid to come on strong and memorable! Whether you’re addressing politics, culture, sociology, current issues, or justice, you write for an intelligent audience of critical thinkers. You pull readers into your work and leave them thoughtfully chewing over your message.
Mostly 4: Pumpernickel Bagel
Your writing is solid, complex, and jam-packed. Twists and turns take the reader deeper into your work, and your audience is never satisfied with simple solutions or shallow narratives. You add flavor to your writing in ways that effectively connect with your audience.
Question: Which type of bagel are you? Tell us your results in the comments!