This was a bit before our time, but perhaps you heard of it while growing up? I think it is something that would strike your sense of humor.
The Bestseller Book That Didn’t Exist: how the author of a beloved Christmas classic pulled off the Hoax of the Century
By Dan Granot
I chose the Shorter Whitman because of his work, "Song of Myself" and because of my self-deprecating sense of humor. I am under no illusion that I can write successful essays or poetry, but I have been known to write them anyway.
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“Gadzooks, quoth I, but there’s a saucy bawd!”
Um, yes. Ted Sturgeon wrote it in a weekend long after it was a best seller. Jean Shepherd had a bit of fun.
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Lois Bujold points me to
You write like H. P. Lovecraft.
I got H.P. Lovecraft and Dan Brown. I didn’t feel so good about that. Then I put in some of my favorite Roger Zelazny and found that he wrote like Dan Brown. Now I feel better.
I put a few different pieces and primarily classified as H.P. Lovecraft.