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Shane Ward

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3 Grim Fairy Tales
« on: December 05, 2011, 03:11:39 pm »
Golidlocks and the Twisted Tale
RapHELLzel
The Three Little Experiments
Grim Fairy Tales Anthology

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Names: - Golidlocks and the Twisted Tale, RapHELLzel and The Three Little Experiments
Anthology: - Grim Fairy Tales
Author: - Shane Ward
Genre: - Horror
Word Count: - 5,513
Word Anthology Count: - Unknown
Direct Link: - http://www.pillhillpress.com/shoppe-static-movement.html


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Below you will find the links necessary to order this book. Please note that I do not receive any royalties or payment for this story being in this anthology. If you like the work I have done you are welcome to leave a donation below, thank you.
Amazon, USA:
Amazon, UK:
$15.99
£12.99
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Book Description:

We all grew up with fairy tales of one kind or another and they perpetuate themselves in phrases we use, 'the Cinderella sister' for example, in pantomimes, plays and - stories. Here are thirty two of the finest twists on fairy tales you would wish to find. Cinderella and Red Riding Hood were the most repeated subjects, with the authors giving a startling new twist to the old tale every time. Snow White is here, as are Hansel and Gretel, Rapunzel, The Three Little Pigs, The Emperor's New Clothes and Jack and the Beanstalk, among others. There are also new tales created by talented writers to entertain you. The most remarkable thing about this collection is the political undertone to many of the stories, where the writer has used it as a subtle - and in the case of Danica Green, a not so subtle - comment on our society today. It is a theme which I was pleased to see, it meant the writers seriously took on the challenge of writing Grim Fairy Tales to make their statements. Who knows how much of the original writing of the Brothers Grimm was equally political? We know nursery rhymes are, even if their meanings are long lost in obscurity. You will know that thought went into these stories, these tales from long ago given a new look and a new slant. Welcome to the fantastic dark world of grim fairy tales. Watch out for hidden dangers, witches and all.



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Authors Included: -
Gabriella by Brianna Stoddard
Endless by Cynthia D Witherspoon
The Pied Piper's Story by Dorothy Davies
Lighting The Way by Emma Kathryn
Fern of the Forest by Emma Ennis
Glass Slipper by Pixie J King
A Midsummer's Nightmare by Inanna Gabriel
A Flash of Red by Inanna Gabriel
Big Bad by Tucker Cummings,
Sugar Coated Dreams by Loralie Hall
The New Messengers of Death by William Wolford
The Wedding Gift by Gillian Hill
Cinderella Spin by Peggy Christie
The Emperor's New Rules by Danica Green
The Adamantine Wall by Robert W Shmigelsky
Lamb's Prey by Cate Enslin
Golidlocks and the Twisted Tale by Shane Ward
RapHELLzel by Shane Ward
The Three Little Experiments by Shane Ward
Match Girls by S MacLeod
The Sea Maid and the Pirate by Livia Finucci
Jack's Horn by Neil Leckman
Grandmother by Trina Jacobs
The Curse of Beauty by Jeff Gardiner
Once Upon A Name by Jeff Gardiner
What the Woodsman Saw by Helen Maryles Shankman
The Boy and the Wendigo by Bruce Priddy
Magic Beans by Aurelio Rico Lopez III
The Elves And The Cobbler by CA Kerr
The Witch's Curse by Tess Pfeifle
Jelly Beans by Tess Pfeifle
The Piper by Jason Brawn

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