A (F)ilosophy for Creative Writing, Poetry

The Irony

Throw the die and choose, the irony of I-Ching - it is in the poetic inactivity, activity and commotion.

A (F)ilosophy for Creative Writing, Progress

True Calling

Do I need to ask for H.R.H. for permission to follow my true calling?

A (F)ilosophy for Creative Writing, Creative Writing, Progress

Little Notes

Learning curves can take you around the bend, or around the world, just remember to take note!

A (F)ilosophy for Creative Writing

Subjective Words

Thanks to Dr David Kennedy, he was the spark in my Writing Career who told me, "Just do it, anyway!" At the time he said this. I didn't believe him. Today, I do. Set your story free!

A (F)ilosophy for Creative Writing

A (F)ilosophy Emerges

When Writing for a living, I needed to be clear. What was the aim?

A (F)ilosophy for Creative Writing

The Beauty of the East Coast.

Hornsea... On the first of January my family and I did something that we have grown to traditionalise. Like many living within the surroundings of the East Coast of Yorkshire we choose to blow each and every cobweb into the air of salt and visit Hornsea on New Year’s Day. To the beach! Hornsea is a… Continue reading The Beauty of the East Coast.

A (F)ilosophy for Creative Writing

Thanks to CBBC

Being kind to others is something that should be given without expectation.