writing style

NOUN
  1. a style of expressing yourself in writing
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  • Is writing style related to readers' assessments of a story in terms of its interestingness, informativeness, dullness and other story characteristics?
  • My writing style was a lot more fluid and readable in the dream too, shame I don't remember any of the actual words.
  • The rather jarring songwriting style is noteworthy more for its ambience than its catchiness.
  • Yet even discounting the frequent abstractness and digressiveness of his writing style, he remains a somewhat elusive thinker.
  • The writing style is also very logical, sometimes humorous, and occasionally intriguing.
  • The writing style isn't particularly sparkling.
  • And they have that trademarked Ron Goulart writing style--who else would continually refer to Vampi as "high-breasted," or note that her the strrips of her costume made of satin in the books "thrums" tautly against her body? VAMPIRELLA 3: DEADWALK by Ron Goulart (Warner 1976)
  • His writing style strongly individualizes his work.
  • I felt the writing style was solid and the characters real.
  • It’s rather a useless exercise to try to compare the poet memoirist’s distinct writing styles, but interesting to note how his or her prose is influenced by his or her poetic sensibilities: Orr and Ríos wrote their memoirs in succinct imagistic vignettes, Rekdal and Mora in episodic event-driven chapters, and Doty and Hoffman weave multiple intricate and reflective threads into their complex storytelling. Poet Memoirists : Rigoberto González : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation
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