Which Font Should You Use To Write A Book About Yourself?

Which will fit your story best?

Question 1/10
Do you have neat handwriting?

Question 2/10
Are you proud of your quirks?
Yes, I like my quirks
They are okay
No, I try to hide them

Question 3/10
Do you have a tough exterior?

Question 4/10
Are you friendly?
All of the time
Some of the time

Question 5/10
Do you like to keep things simple?
Yes, simple is best
When I'm in the right mood
No, simple is boring

Question 6/10
Would people describe you as pleasant?
Yes, I am the most pleasant person ever
It depends on who you ask
I doubt it

Question 7/10
Are you a serious person?
Yes, very serious
It depends on the situation
Not usually
I'm never serious

Question 8/10
Are you concise?
Yes, I always get my point across with ease
I get my point across, but it takes some time

Question 9/10
Are you stern?
I love being stern
Yes, but I try not to be
No, I don't like being stern

Question 10/10
Are you eccentric?
Nobody is more eccentric than me
The font you should use is one that looks rather neat at first glance but actually has quite the personality behind it. It's very quirky yet simple.

This is the font you should use for your book. It has a bold and stern look about it but it also seems quite friendly and inviting.

GT Walsheim
This is the font you should use! It had quite a simple but pleasant look about it. It definitely won't distract from the story of your book.

Brandon Grotesque
This is definitely a font that fits your book well. It has a friendly look about it while also getting the point across. It doesn't feel too harsh or serious at all.

This is a font that has quite a stern look about it. It gets it point across without seeming too bold or eccentric. This is definitely a font for you.