My WIP is told from alternating points of view, two male, and one female. Sometimes I wonder how believable my males are. Okay it seems, according to the “Gender Guesser.”
Based on research done in 2003, this program analyzes your writing, and using an algorithm determines whether it was written by a male or a female. I plugged in several samples, and while some were given a weak score, the male POV sections were all identified as written by a male author. Likewise for the female sections. Yay me!
If you want to try the program, here’s the link:
The idea for the search came from Chapter three in Writing Characters Who’ll Keep Readers Captivated: Nail Your Novel by Roz Morris.
How I keep track of ideas while skiing.
What is the lie the therapist believes?
His worth as a human lies in his ability to save others.
But how many souls does he have to rescue in order to atone for the mistakes of the past?
Waiting for the clouds to part and inspiration to shine forth…
From The Alliance of Independent Authors.
Definitely worth watching when you can’t meet other authors in person to share in the feel of the process. Final words from each are ‘be true to yourself, and write the book you were meant to write.’
I needed to hear that!
What’s a Frith?.
It’s wonderful place to immerse in writing with other like-minded souls. I am still processing all I learned last year!
Just discovered this site today: Writers Helping Writers
Using this to understand how the plot could be strengthened in my current novel.
I’m finally learning the fundamentals of writing! Wish I’d come across this eight years ago 😉