The Seagull Catcher

Despite the fact she forever has her head in an alternate place, and she never dresses in a normal manner, with her hair in a mess, and her shoes all scuffed, Anneatte Tamora is considered to be more normal then anything else. Because she and her family live on 'Quartsa Island' where practically anything goes . . .
Except from things that people don't understand.
'The Seagull Catcher' is a mysterious old lady who hides herself in a small, ugly cottage to the north of Quartza Island, where nobody ever goes. They are scared, no one ever dares to confront her, ask her ' who are you behind the mask?'. Until Anneatte was thrown into this bewildering characters exciting, thrilling dangerous world . . .




This is a story with a moral, magic and goodness can be found in everything, for the 'picture prompt competition.'

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5. 15.11.2012- Her.

She was astounding very, very pretty; her silver hair fell just to her ears- which were tall and elfish- her nose was small and pointed in a way that  suited her, and she had big, bright, turquoisey coloured eyes that I could easily have lost myself in. Her skin had a olivey tone, as if she had tanned in our dreary weather. After examining her wholy I decided I loved her style, her face, her hair, her nails (which were painted in a pretty shade of yellow), her clothes. I loved the apperance of a supposed witch, a conjurour . . .

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