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Regarding novels, which English authors have the most complicated writing style?

I love answering questions on Quora. I wish I had more time for this to write answers about creative writing, poetry, literature, cultural events, SEO, writer’s block, and ways to boost our creativity.

I would say that Virginia Woolf‘s style is intricately beautiful.

“I can only note that the past is beautiful because one never realizes an emotion at the time. It expands later, and thus we don’t have complete emotions about the present, only about the past.”

“The eyes of others our prisons; their thoughts our cages.”

“Nothing thicker than a knife’s blade separates happiness from melancholy.”

“Women have served all these centuries as looking glasses possessing the magic and delicious power of reflecting the figure of man at twice its natural size.”

“There was a star riding through clouds one night, & I said to the star, ‘Consume me’.”

Just Write

I started writing by chance. I started writing poems for quieting my sorrows and burns caused by difficult waves of life.

Writing is
quieting the burns
from people’s thoughts and deeds
And dissolving
all knowledge
that this will
ever happen…
Writing (an old poem)

One of the most cherished moments in my life is when I bring pen and paper to the beach and watch the waves incessantly, as my mind becomes a canvas for ideas to gallop freely.

In a more prosaic approach, everybody must make a habit of writing, whether is:

Writing can clear your mind, refine your ideas, develop your thoughts, and help you see things clearly.
It has been demonstrated that a written goal is half-fulfilled. 

Why don’t you try?
Just write!
Start Now!

Our creative writing courses are open to you:
Personalized one-on-one lessons or group classes are available.

Art – George Clausen


February bursts onto the scene with an undeniable force of fresh changes.

February is shaping up to be one of my most action-packed months ever. I am thrilled to be embarking on the creation of two exciting new one-of-a-kind English courses. At present, I am fully engrossed in crafting the syllabuses while also eagerly delving into the realm of marketing strategies.
I do not mind, as I like new things, new opportunities, and new paths, and these two projects are like that.
A few hints: you will learn how to use new tools in your activity as a business owner, CEO, CFO, or corporate employee.
Both courses will be launched in March 2024.

Additionally, I am joyfully penning some delightful pieces for Fragrantica. I like the creative process of writing, as it envelops me in a comforting embrace, shielding me within the narrative. I find myself among a flurry of activity, yet I am eager to capture the invigorating mountain air in my words and the delightful love cloud permeating everything.

Photo by the author (taken in the mountains).

Unleashing Growth: The Art and Science of Business Development

In the heart of Silicon Valley, where innovation thrives and dreams take flight, a small startup once dared to dream big. The year was 2007, and a visionary entrepreneur named Steve Jobs stood on a stage, unveiling a device that would revolutionize the way we live, work, and connect – the iPhone. Little did he know that this iconic moment would not only mark the birth of a technological marvel but also underscore the significance of strategic business development.

Business development is more than just a buzzword; it’s the lifeblood of any thriving organization. It involves the creation of long-term value for an enterprise from customers, markets, and relationships. In this blog post, we’ll explore the art and science of business development, leveraging insightful statistics and data to unveil the strategies that drive success. Let’s embark on a journey through the realm of business development, backed by real-world numbers and industry trends.

The Growth Imperative
To understand the importance of business development, one must first recognize the growth imperative faced by companies in today’s dynamic market. According to a report by McKinsey, 85% of executives consider organic growth through business development activities as crucial for their organizations.
Source: McKinsey & Company – “Growth Excellence: The Secret to Sustainable Value Creation”

Building Strategic Partnerships
Successful business development often hinges on forging strategic partnerships. Research by Deloitte reveals that companies with strong collaborative networks are twice as likely to outgrow their competitors and experience higher profit margins.
Source: Deloitte – “The Collaboration Imperative”

Data-Driven Decision Making
In the age of information, data is a powerful ally in business development. A study by MIT Sloan Management Review found that organizations using data-driven decision-making processes are 5% more productive and 6% more profitable than their counterparts.
Source: MIT Sloan Management Review – “The Age of Analytics: Competing in a Data-Driven World”

Customer-Centric Approach
Understanding customer needs and preferences is at the core of successful business development. According to a Salesforce survey, 84% of customers say the experience a company provides is as important as its products and services.
Source: Salesforce – “State of the Connected Customer”

Digital Transformation
In an era dominated by digital advancements, embracing technology is pivotal for business development. IDC predicts that by 2024, over 50% of all global GDP will be driven by digitally transformed enterprises.
Source: International Data Corporation (IDC) – “IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Digital Transformation 2020 Predictions”

As we navigate the ever-changing environment of business development, it becomes clear that it is more than just a strategic function; it is a dynamic force that shapes the future of enterprises. From the visionary leaps of IT titans to the collaborative networks that drive success, the data-backed tactics listed above are the foundations of effective business development.

In the spirit of Steve Jobs’ debut of the iPhone, let us be motivated to dream large, create courageously, and embrace the art and science of business development to drive our businesses into a future of limitless growth.

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How much would you pay to go to the moon?

WordPress writing prompt

How much would you pay to go to the moon?

I have written once
We are the masters
of two small islands:
One of carton trees
and hollowed plastic flowers
and One
where the moon lives.
Trapeze artist of the Moon

Humanity has long been captivated by the concept of journeying to the Moon. From the early days of the space race to today’s conversations about commercial space flight, the Moon has remained an enticing destination. But how much are you prepared to spend for a trip to the Moon? This subject is becoming more significant than ever as technology progresses and the space travel business expands.

Key takeaways
The distance between the Moon and Earth is approximately 238,855 miles. The price of a lunar excursion is influenced by the duration of the journey and the amount of energy needed for the trip.
Spacecraft for lunar missions must be equipped with life support systems, food, and other necessary supplies for the journey. The price of these accommodations can be quite high.


“It was the worst of times; it was the best of times.” – Charles Dickens

It is the worst of times because winter is coming, and it is the best of times as underneath decaying dreams and leaves, spring and joyous days await.
Waiting for spring has glorious snow perfume dissipating into windy mists and cosy thoughts behind blurred windows.

Nevertheless, for Halloween, I light a green candle, preferably in a pumpkin, and I light many, many candles for my departed loved ones and loving people to find traces of my love. Undying…

This is an old text of mine first published on iuliahalatz.blogspot.ro.

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