I write like Leo Tolstoy 2

She settled down on the chair, he could see she was in the mood! She started talking after a brief pause, enough to gather her arguments together.

“He is too good for her!” she said. “She is downright ugly.”

“Our son can’t see, in case you have forgotten, physical charm will hardly matter to him!” he said with a little sarcasm. Their son was in love with a colleague, mustered up the courage to bring her home, his wife was downright cold.

Of course the girl was not perfect, she was not good looking, maybe not pretty as his wife but certainly not good looking, but she was gentle, kind and most of all, she was in love with their son.

“He will get better than her!” she said defiantly.

“He is already thirty eight… clock is ticking!” he muttered before getting up for a walk, there was no chance of watching the game, not tonight.

He wondered he had two eyes with perfect eyesight, why did he choose her?

The author blushingly says:

I stumbled upon this site, through a post of someone else, I have forgotten whose I am sorry! But I had some really cool critiques for my writing style there check them out:

THE OPINION OF “I WRITE LIKE” : Leo Tolstoy!
http://iwl.me/b/698342ba

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Here is the whole packet from I write like if you are curious:

http://iwl.me/s/b3a26720 4xstephen king 12, 10, 6, 1
http://iwl.me/b/698342ba 3xtolstoy 13, 3, 2
http://iwl.me/b/ce65a7ad 3xmargaret mitchell- 14, 11, 4
5 http://iwl.me/b/8724194c 1xoscar wilde
7 http://iwl.me/b/d760c1b4 1xjames joyce
8 http://iwl.me/b/df5a2d46 1xbram stoker
9 http://iwl.me/b/faf229ca 1xRay Bradbury
15 http://iwl.me/b/cfe99843 1xDan Brown
16 http://iwl.me/b/69fb153c 1xGeorge Orwell
17 http://iwl.me/b/9a04347d 1xmariopuzo

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