Well, Here I am trying to carve out an amazing future as a word-smith. With determination, creativity, your help and some spare time I am SURE I will get there.   
My name is Ian, I'm from the beautiful New Zealand. I only have six adorable kids - is that enough? I am also a Christian.
I love to read and support others with the same vein as I. Life is NOT a box of chocolates. It's true that you never know what you're goin'a get; but you can certainly work towards something that truly inspires you. Something you want to become.

My key secret is that you need to edit, and re-edit. It might take 100 times, but keep working it. A diamond was once just a drab rock, until a master jeweler saw its potential and worked on it.

I've already written a childrens' story that you can sample here at
http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/30854 . This version is in the first person, however I have re-editing and uploading the original version to wattpads. The original version was always in the third person. I'd love to have your votes and advice.

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Be Blessed! :)
  • Northland, New Zealand
  • JoinedSeptember 5, 2012

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Hi team, I have entered my cover of The Girl Who Was Buried in Her Ball Gown in a very prestigious contest run by allauthor.com and I could really do with your votes for it please. Vote for my cover...
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Stories by Ian King
The Girl Who Was Buried In Her Ball Gown by dotandtittle
The Girl Who Was Buried In Her Ball Gown Teen Fiction
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 d...
Graveyard Hill by dotandtittle
Graveyard Hill Short Story
Once on a camping adventure where something scary happened. What was it?
Where's Brown bear? by dotandtittle
Where's Brown bear? Short Story
One day Brown bear went down the path, past the white picket fence where he should never have gone. Just to see what he could see. Oh what a naughty brown bear he was. Lets hope he learns his lesson.
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