There exists a site called I Write Like, which offers, in exchange for a brief commercial message about a software package, to read your text and compare its style, if any, to that of a Well-Known Author. I sent up three different chapters from three different stories and got three different results, which suggests, if nothing else, a general lack of stylistic consistency.
For the curious:
- Chapter 6 of The Sparkle Chronicles: Dan Brown.
- Chapter 1 of The way she used to be: Neil Gaiman.
- Entirety of Dead Pony Flying: Anne Rice.
Then again, there are likely only a dozen or so possible responses by the algorithm: it’s unlikely that anyone using the site will be told that she writes like E. L. James or Sinclair Lewis or Laurence Sterne.