Ingrid Christensen


Ingrid was born and raised in the South Island of New Zealand on the outskirts of Christchurch. A passionate writer from an early age she recalls the exhilaration of writing her first story page after page it was so effortless. As she grew older despite her love of writing she allowed herself to be lead astray by her interest in fashion.
Ingrid worked in the fashion industry in New Zealand and later Australia before returning to study at the University of Canterbury and completing a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. While at university Ingrid pursued her interests in the French language and Arthurian Romance Novels from the era of King Arthur, Percival and Sir Thomas Moore.
Graduating in December 2000 she returned to Australia and found herself working in Occupational Rehabilitation and Injury Management. Unfulfilled she later left her this career and embarked on a life at sea working as a Stewardess and Chef on privately owned Super Yachts for some of the most wealthy and influential people in the world.
At present Ingrid is working on three novels in the Suspense/Thriller genre as well as completing short stories and poetry.


The Birthday
Price: Free! Words: 4,680. Language: English. Published: March 28, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary, Essay » Literature
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Harriet is in denial over her daughter turning sixteen. She does everything to avoid accepting the day finally arriving - including unwittingly casting a spell. Realising her mistake and in desperation she tries to fix what is no longer in her hands.

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birthday    incantation    invoke    magic    sixteen    spell