October 21, 2006

Literary Personality Test

Posted in fiction, literature, poetry, psychology at 6:39 am by Jerry

Haven’t been around much, probably due to the amount of work I’ve been doing on my novel. Took a literary personality test a few days ago. I know people shouldn’t take these cheezy personality tests seriously, but I have to ask, “Are there any advantages for a novelist to BE “A coloring book” instead of a novel?”

You scored as A coloring book.

Children love you–and so do many adults. They find you approachable, simple and friendly, all of which perfectly describe you. Instead of throwing big words around, you communicate in the international language of pictures. In order to be as open as possible, you present yourself simply, allowing those around you to customize you to their liking. Sometimes this results in you turning into a primitive masterpiece, and other times you resemble a schizophrenic’s daydream. So long as the one talking to you understands you, you’re happy. Zen and the art of crayon-sharpening.

A coloring book
A paperback romance novel
A college textbook
An electronics user’s manual
The back of a froot loops box
A classic novel

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