The End

As the final deadline for A (f)ilosophy for the Art, Creative Writing needs to be met. It would take true grit, determination and discipline to finish the project.

In 2017, she wondered whether she was too random as a Writer and spreading herself too thin, she wanted to be a Tutor, share her stories with children, and families. Talk poetry, talk social sciences, talk health and wellbeing. She had to make a choice.

She continued to blog for the process of Creative Writing, yet chose to let go of TuitionJS4D. It was tough, and although she let go mentally, physically she still hung on because, she didn’t delete the webpage data until February 2018, and continued to pay for the domain name. Why couldn’t she let go?

Once she had mentally let go of focusing upon Tuition, she returned to the University of Hull, she had some questions to ask, and after some very meaningful talks with two very wonderful lecturers, she decided to return to her writing with a new heart, she was beginning to believe in herself, self-belief is very important if you choose to write.

It was 2017 that she chose to focus on the Creative Writing obsession as the Poet, where would it take her: writing journals and non-fiction investigations, once again reminding her of the poetic trails of many Writers past. She even re-discovered her own portfolio as a mature student and a number of voices.

She was now digitally savvy, it was time to upgrade, and rise to the challenge, for

A (f)ilosophy for the Art, Creative Writing

works were redrafted and up until today, there have been several re-releases and of her writing works, which she now offers as a collection under the name:


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The Porfolio of Works are still awaiting Volume 4 and 5, which will be released in 2018, and during 2018 the Writer intends to share her words for free within the eBooks, because she can, because she wants to, because she did this as a Professional Writer for the love of it, and certainly not for the money, and to date she has proved to herself that a woman can certainly be a poet, a woman can be many things – all you need is a little determination, self-belief and the right attitude.

While the Writer was writing Poetry she was also writing Prose, so what is next?


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