The Girl Who Was Buried In Her Ball Gown

The Girl Who Was Buried In Her Ball Gown

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Ian King By dotandtittle Completed

After one of the best evenings of her life, at the junior high school ball, a young girl experiences her first and only kiss. During the awkward moment, something goes terribly wrong and her life is turned upside down, severing her from the usual humdrum of a teenage girl and hurling her into the world of the paranormal.
Who can she trust, where can she turn? And what is it with this 'other girl' that has befriended her in this foreign place? 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 unknown paths, she begins to unravel the mysteries, learns of new threats she could not predict and finds herself in situations that cannot be controlled. She discovers these unpredictable threats can cross both lines, creating havoc wherever they appear. Will she find all the answers and pick up the pieces, or will she be lost in this oblivion forever?
  **N.B. This will be published very soon so, if you want to be one of my honoured Pre-Published review team members, then message me and I will send you the fully re-edited manuscript, prior to it being published, so you can do a fantastical review on the live, published version for me (on amazon, goodreads etc,). That would be so cool. :)   
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  • angel
  • ball
  • cheerleading
  • demon
  • ghost
  • heaven
  • hell
  • junior
  • murder
  • newzealand
  • paranormal
  • spirit
  • suicide
  • supernatural
  • teenager
  • tween
dotandtittle dotandtittle Mar 21, 2015
@Anniemena constructive critisism though is ALWAYS received gladly. How else do we learn and improve our art?
Anniemena Anniemena Mar 16, 2015
I don't notice any grammar mistakes I just get lost in the story,nobody's books I read will get me correcting them on anything,I just enjoy the story,the plot and the great writing
dotandtittle dotandtittle Mar 15, 2015
@Anniemena Weheeww!  I'm stoked, might have another fan! Oh and by the way, welcome to wattpad :)
Anniemena Anniemena Mar 15, 2015
I absolutely love it so far,I just knew I would,fantastic and definitely makes me want to read more
BekahEva BekahEva Sep 12, 2014
This, in some ways reminds me of my thirteen year old self. 
                              
                              You are such a professional writer and really have captured the essence of a young teenager. It is really wonderful to behold. Very well done!
Free__Palestine Free__Palestine Oct 13, 2013
I love the descriptive techniques- 'menacing roar'. This is so sophisticated :)