Hey there! I do love questions, it's true, lol. I'm glad that you like Seeing Double - it's kinda my baby at the moment What motivates you to write?
Most of the time, it's music. It can be anything - a song I haven't heard in years and just hear randomly one day, a song I play nearly every day, a song I know all the words too, anything. Films help a lot as well, particularly with shaping characters and storylines. Often, when I get an idea I just have to sit down and write it, or start planning it - most of those ideas end up in the recycle bin on my computer sooner or later, but it's just getting them out of my system otherwise I won't stop thinking about them.What's your favourite colour?
This is actually a tricky question... er... emerald green. It's just so pretty What was the very first story you remember writing?
Oh gosh, it was a little - about three pages long - one-shot kinda thing about Tudor England when I was really young. It was absolutely terrible, of course, but I think I enjoyed it a lot.What do you love best about being a Ravenclaw?
The Corvarium is amazing. Everyone in there is so nice and friendly - if someone makes a mistake in the Review Battle or forgets their turn in Hangman it's not a problem, someone will step in and solve it - and everyone gets on so well. Also, there's always things going on and things to get involved with, so it's always pretty active. I feel a bit bad because I haven't been as active in it as I used to be... gah *embarrassed face*If you had a Patronus, what would it be?
I honestly have no idea. I'd like to think it would be something cool, like a cat or a swan or a bird or something like that, but it probably wouldn't.
Ideally, of course, it would be a dragon What does your ideal wand look like?
Like Voldemort's. lol, no, not really. Probably fairly simple and a light brown colour, I think. That's a pretty useless answer, since most woods are some sort of brown colour, but I don't really know. I'd like to think it would be a pretty wand - like Fleur's, you know, with all the carving on it - but it's hard to tell. Besides, the wand chooses the wizard, after all Your favourite moment from the books/movies?
I have too many! I love pretty much everything with Lockhart in (because he's just comedy gold), and the Weasley twins and then Snape has a load of brilliant one-liners in both the books and the movies.
My favourite Snape line, though, is probably: "Clearly, Mr Potter, fame isn't everything." Alan Rickman just delivers it in such a brilliantly icy tone - it's just perfect. I still giggle every time I watch the first film and he says it.Who was the first person you remember meeting on the forums?
Ooh, gosh, this is difficult. Probably long_live_luna_bellatrix. She first gave me the password to the Ravenclaw Common Room, and sort of introduced me to how everything worked here. I don't really remember when I met people - I'm terrible at remembering things like this.If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go to?
To live or just to visit? If it's to visit, I'd go on a cruise to Antartica. It would be so beautiful - miles and miles and miles of beautiful, undisturbed, glittering ice and snow... I'd just love it. The cold would be totally worth the views.
To live... Paris. I've always wanted to live in Paris. I can't really explain it - I just love everything about the city. The people, the shopping, the culture, the food... everything.If you went to Hogwarts, which character would be your best friend?
Probably Hermione or Lily Evans, depending on the era. I don't think I would get on particularly well with Lavender, just because our interests are completely different. Like Hermione (and people often presume about Lily too) I like reading and I do actually do my homework, although I'm not quite so obsessed with studying (I could do a university degree in procrastination and get a first easily), but I think we'd get on well. We're both quite logical, so it seems like it could work out.
Thank you for stopping by! I really enjoyed answering all your questions! I'm so so glad you like my stories - it really does mean a lot to me!