Sophie Langridge

Creative Writing

One’s Perspective

Leila He seems so different. Almost peculiar. Yet, for some reason my eyes continue to flicker into his direction. He’s branded as the “odd one” from the upper sixth, but really, he appears to be quite sane. Delicately he weaves his hands from his coffee to his pen; he is writing rather a lot. Nobody…

Creative Writing

The Norwitch

“On a simply dark and dingy night a cackle could be heard from across the lake. It was wicked, screeched and ghastly. The Norwitch was back for its revenge. Nobody would be left unhurt,” whispered Andrew, the torch that illuminated his face. Ghost stories were the most typical Halloween tradition ever. The young, eager faced…

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