I was just going with my intuition but whatevs; I guess I was wrong.I don't think you can tell anyone's type from the way they write creatively, quite frankly. It's creative, it's made up. And as much as authors may put a bit of themselves into their characters they also incorporate other sources, people, and inspirations. Attempting to sort through that mess would be a major psycho-analytical failure.
Thanks for suspecting me an INFJ! That was like one of the best compliments, I have ever recieved!A lot of us like to see ourselves sharing traits with the people we admire, and that collides with intuition.
That's why you'll see a lot of type-wars concerning popular or historical figures, each camp trying to claim the celebrity for their own. They're probably all right, in a sense.
He is typed as an XNFP on many many sites, and I agree with that.