For a long time, Judy Abualhassan has been a part of the creative community. She first realised she wanted to be a writer when she had a piece of paper and a pencil in her hands. She started painting and kept drawing till she felt ready to advance in her creative abilities. She began writing because she was inspired by the works of Virgil, Dante, Shakespeare, and Edgar Allan Poe. She began writing short stories and unfinished novels when she was ten years old to satisfy her desire for motivation, but when she was twelve, her first poetry stanzas fully captivated her attention. The strength she observed while repairing the letters was something she cherished in order to fulfil her fundamental hunger. It also whispered the souls of Oscar, William, and Keats.