Author has written 3 stories for Professor Layton, and Sherlock.
My name is Louisa, and I love the night. Everything seems possible at night, when the rest of the world has gone to sleep.
Me and my 'sisters' are the main characters in a couple of my stories. My stories are often littered with facts about things that have happened to us, with my awesome 'reality warp' twisting them into the daring adventures of The Secret Army. I love my overactive imagination. It's both betwazzling and distrafolic at the same time!
this link shows a picture of Passer, the main character in two of my stories. She's baisically an older version of me.
Did you know stars are just the souls of the deceased in glass jars. There's a very pretty, bright star I can see from my window at night. They must have been a very special person... I like sitting on my window sill and looking at the stars. My mum's told me not to, because I might fall out. I decided against reminding her I've jumped out countless times. You should've seen the look on her face the first time I appeared at the front door saying that I really needed a key! Tormenting parents is fun. Tormenting brothers is funner. Is that even a word? FUNNER. It doesn't look like one. Doesn't even sound like one... Oh well, just another question to ask the english teacher.
I love the way the night scares me. I can look out the window and freak out at dancing shadows. Then I tell myself they're something nice and magical. Like faeries. I'm obsessed with faeries. Their delicate wings, their spiteful curses, and Margeret Tarrant's poems of them. They really are magical. My favourite's What the Moon Didn't See. It involves a fight betwixt faeries and goblins. Faeries are my favourite obsession, apart from reading fanfiction until the early morning. I do not want anyone saying I've spelt faeries wrong. People who spell it fairies are the wrong ones.
I love green. Forest green. Like Summer fields, and childhood innocence. Like warm hugs, and afternoon tea, from the days when danger meant nothing to me. Like days filled with adventure's, and puzzles, and fun, with friends I'd no longer have, in the years to come. I love green. Bright green. And all that it means to me.
I like the colour of when you close your eyes. It's ever shifting, ever changing. Unpredictable. Just like me. Go on. Just close your eyes. press your fingers into your eyelids. Tell me what you see.
In one of my english lessons, we had to choose a word, a colour, and an image that describes us. Here's mine:
Unpredictable - because that's exactly what my actions and moods are.
My name is Passer, and I love the night. Everything seems possible at night, when the rest of the world has gone to sleep...