Once upon a time, in a world of Grimm and Disney Fairy Tales...
A long time ago
In a faraway land
Some things happened
That should never have happened
Funny Fairy Tales are a new twist on the old beloved Grimm and Disney Fairy Tales. They are fun short stories people can read in a couple of minutes when waiting for the bus or on a train ride. Works just like an app, with story plot changes, new adventurous characters, mysteries and danger.
The confused and sarcastic mirror Shraga, the new blue fairy godmother, the mysterious wild wolf, and a grandmother so evil, she could rewrite the history of sin, and much more...
How did Snow White get Started?
How about learning to be an indie author?
Well, I had some help. I started by looking for whom could I learn from? So I wrote 9 millionaires - 9 women who sold millions of copies of eBooks, and 4 of them replied. One of them sent me to a book she wrote that had all the instructions and all the names of the people to work with! That’s how I got my copyeditor and one of my formatters. I also learned that I have to have professional covers, and I love the beautiful designs. Now, I am in contact with Kindle - because they say they’ve never seen anything like it, which means I hire professional formatters.
Who is Charlie?
Charlie is Hansel and Gretel's little brother, who gets everyone in trouble, because he cannot stay away from chocolate. In every Funny Fairy Tale there is a special character that adds colour - that's Charlie. He's so loveable and so easy to relate to, because he has a big flaw... and everyone is trying to help him.
What inspired the witch in Hansel and Gretel
I first set out to think of a very disgusting wicked witch, but I realised that might not be good enough... so I decided to go for a more delicate option. Don't want to give any spoilers, but the interaction between the witch and the kids reveals her true nature.
Is Hansel and Gretel inspired by my own life and my love for hiking?
Absolutely. Hansel and Gretel are the kids of an army commander, who insists they are experts in navigation, but this is not what makes the story tick. Obviously. It's Hansel's leadership and Gretel's sense of responsibility, and their love and courage in saving their little brother that makes this story what it is.