So once upon a time, there was a brave Hero.
And like all heroes, he had someone he wanted to protect.
But it wasn’t just any someone.
This was an Angel. A very special Angel.
Special to the Hero anyway.
And what was the Angel’s name?
The Hero had sworn to protect his Angel no matter what, because he had helplessly fallen for all of the lying Angel’s stories.
So when Sherlylocks lied to the face of death, even the Hero believed it.
Needless to say, the Hero was very very sad.
So he made a wish.
He wished for a miracle.
He wished and wished and wished so much, that other people begin to make wishes too!
But the Big Bad Wolf could hear all the wishes as well.
And he wanted Sherlylocks too.
So the Big Bad Wolf would get Singing Beauty to lure in the Hero with her song.
Because of all the lying Angel’s tales, the one that stuck with the Hero the very most, was how Sherlylocks had loved him.
…the lying Angel told a single truth.
Anonymous asked: When will the next installment in your stories of the Big Bad Wolf come out?
There’s actually one in the making now! :D
askkatethemaid asked: Please stop writing such nasty stories. Please. -Kate
But they’re only fairy tales :)
One night, The Hunter crept into Singing Beauty’s house and they suddenly vanished without a trace!
But there was no need for fret.
Because the big Bad Wolf knew precisely where Singing Beauty was.
The Hunter had brought the woman to him.
She had such a lovely voice and the big Bad Wolf intended to use it.
He would make the beauty sing his song loud enough for all to hear.
More importantly, he wanted her to sing to the Ice King.
If her song could reach him, the the tune would spread throughout all the land and everyone would have no choice but to listen to it’s melody.
And should Singing Beauty refuse to share her voice…
..well, the Big Bad Wolf might have himself a pretty little snack.
amberarmedheart asked: Oh, how I love your stories! They are so full of good messages for children and adults alike, they help us all remember all the important things we often forget. Keep up the good job <3 (And yes, I agree that a secret is almost as bad as a lie)
Aw! Thank you!
I’m actually going to be called in to do a recording for a few audio books. I’ve never done that before! So I’m a little excited. These new stories will be on it, so look out for them! :)
Anonymous asked: Oh my god you are so creepy go away :(
Well now that’s not very nice.
You know what’s almost just as bad as a lie?
A secret could be anything though really.
But to whoever holds the secret, is greedy and selfish as to not let anyone else know what it is that they now.
The Little Witch has a secret.
But she refuses to tell.
She refuses because that’s what Sherlylocks told her to do.
Because the Little Witch was no stranger to death.
It was part of her job after all.
And Sherlylocks knew that if he was going to lie to death, he would need some help.
Because death might be able to see through his lies.
And death might be the one to break his fall.
So he went to the Little Witch and she helped Sherlylocks lie.
And that is how death believed Sherlylocks.
But what she didn’t expect, was that The Hunter was also a friend of death.
So the White Knight to her away to his fortress to keep the Little Witch safe.
Though even that may not be enough to protect her.
The Big Bad Wolf is always watching.
With The Hunter tracking down the Lost Boys and already having taken out the Seven Dwarfs, the lies of Sherlylocks were slowly coming to an end and were steadily clearing the way towards a whole new beginning!
The less people believed in Sherlylocks, the more real the Big Bad Wolf became.
People would finally be able to see him and they would be able to hear his voice.
But there was someone out there.
Someone who had known Sherlylocks for a very long time.
The White Knight.
The White Knight worked for the Ice King and always made sure that Sherlylocks didn’t get himself into too much trouble.
Because unlike some people, the White Knight was a firm believer in all of Sherlylocks lies.
So the White Knight sent his men out to find The Hunter.
If only the White Knight knew, that if were to keep believing in all of Sherlylock’s lies… that he would lose something he cherished most.
…the Little Witch.