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Writing & Literary Doll


best writing jobs for digital nomads, entrepreneurial jobs that are creative, creative jobs for empaths



Goal: to create, communicate, and inspire through the written word


Find a writing & literary doll.


some fun facts

  • The longest novel ever written is "In Search of Lost Time" by Marcel Proust. In its original French, it contains approximately 1.2 million words. 

  • Agatha Christie holds the title of the most translated author in the world. Her works have been translated into at least 103 languages.

  • The first e-book was created by Michael S. Hart in 1971. He digitized the United States Declaration of Independence, which became the first document to be stored in digital format and distributed electronically.
  • Mark Twain was one of the first authors to use a typewriter and his book "Life on the Mississippi" is believed to be the first manuscript submitted to a publisher after being typed.
  • The Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., is the largest library in the world. It holds more than 170 million items, including books, recordings, photographs, maps, and manuscripts.
  • The longest sentence in literature is found in the novel 'Absalom, Absalom!' by William Faulkner. It contains a staggering 1,288 words, making it the longest sentence ever written in literature.
  • The letter "e" is the most commonly used letter in the English language, while the letter "q" is the least common due to its infrequent appearance and reliance on the letter "u."
  • One of the earliest known female novelists is Murasaki Shikibu, a Japanese writer who lived during the Heian period (794–1185 AD). Her novel "The Tale of Genji," written around the early 11th century, is considered one of the earliest works of long-form prose fiction in the world.
  • During the Victorian era, there was a surge in censorship and book banning. Many works, including classics like "Madame Bovary" by Gustave Flaubert and "The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde, faced censorship due to their supposed immoral content. 
  • John Milton, the author of "Paradise Lost," was known to have used a unique handwriting style called secretary hand.



some personality traits

creative | imaginative | articulate | expressive | introspective | passionate | observant

| insightful | eloquent | detail-oriented | analytical | empathetic | adaptable | original |




    some motivations 

    creativity | self-expression | storytelling | passion for language |

    desire to evoke emotions | love for literature | pursuit of mastery |

    connection with readers | exploration of ideas | leaving a legacy



    why do people need writing & literary dolls? 

    • to offer fresh perspectives and provoke critical thinking

    • to preserve cultural histories and stories

    • to provide escape and emotional release

    • to shed light on injustices and amplify marginalized voices

    • to craft persuasive arguments and shape opinions

    • to entertain and bring joy

    • to mentor aspiring writers

    • to combat misinformation and promote literacy

    • to explore human emotions and inspire creativity 



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