Tell A Fairy Tale Day

iStock photo of cartoon gingerbread house with candy toppings.

Over the years, oral histories, myths, and legends have evolved to become known the world over as “fairy tales.” The origins of most fairy tales are rough around the edges, and would not
be considered appropriate for children by today’s standards. Most of these stories would be more at home as ghost stories around a campfire.

If you enjoyed fairy tales as a child, then exploring the source material as an adult can make for a fun and interesting afternoon.

Alternatively, there are lots of new fantasy short stories for adults that are feature fantasy characters and fun magic. Make a cup of your favorite drink, curl up in a chair and immerse yourself in the world of romantic royalty, tricky fairies, hard lessons and fierce dragons.

Looking for a different way to celebrate Tell a Fairy Tale Day on February 26? Share your own original fairy tale from your imagination!

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