Ian King, about of The Girl Who Was Buried in Her Ball Gown and graduate of New Zealand Institute’s Creative Writing course, shares his experience: This is a great team and there are some fantastic courses. Anyone wishing to learn something new needs to check out their courses. I thoroughly loved mine and when I was struggling to work through a previous course, young Brian Morris recognised my struggles and actually suggested I change it to something that would really be up my alley. This interjection from him made all the difference from me possibly failing the previous course, to passing the right one for me … with merit! Yay!

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Ian is qualified with an NZ Diploma of Drama and has performed on many stage productions. He loves to play multiple characters and now, brings those skills to the microphone. He can even sing (tenor) and is keen to explore new areas. He is a self-director, scriptwriter and can take direction from others. Ian also holds a Diploma in Creative Writing and is a published author, an experienced ghostwriter and father of six! How does he do it? See Ian’s website and Fiverr profile to find more information.

The Girl Who Was Buried in Her Ball Gown

The Girl Who Was Buried in Her Ball Gown

Ian King

After one of the best evenings of her life at the junior high school ball, a young girl experiences her first kiss. During the amazing and yet awkward moment, something goes horribly wrong and her life is turned upside down. She soon realises that her existence has been severed from the usual humdrum of a teenage girl, and she’s been hurled into the world of the supernatural.

Who can she trust, where can she turn? And what is it that she finds so uncomfortable, about another girl that has befriended her in this foreign realm? Why is this impostor leading her to places she does not want to go and pretending to be someone that she is not?

As the young girl drifts along unknown paths she begins to unravel the mysteries, learns of new threats that are unpredictable and finds herself in situations that cannot be controlled. She discovers that these erratic menaces are more than able, to cross both lines, creating havoc wherever they appear. Will she find all of the answers and be able to pick up the pieces, or will she be lost in this oblivion forever?