the fancy tales

The Fancy Tales are modern day versions of the classic fairy tales we all grew up with that take place in New York City and contain a wholesomely presented and slightly sophisticated gay twist. These LGBTQ+ books are for kids, teens, and adults (gay or straight!) to enjoy. Most boys and girls grow up reading fairy tales where the prince finds his princess. But what about those boys who dream of meeting the boy of their dreams? Or those girls who dream of finding the girl of their dreams? For them, there are The Fancy Tales.
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she'safella

A Modern Day Cinderella with a gay twist

She'safella is the story of Fella, a young women living on the Upper East Side of Manhattan with her father, a horrible stepmother, and two mean stepbrothers. Fella is happiest when she’s playing softball in Central Park, but her stepbrothers find a way to ruin that by coming to her games and shouting, “She’safella!” since she’s the only girl on the team. When the newspapers announce that the mayor is hosting a gala at Tavern on the Green for his daughter, She’safella couldn’t care less. At this point, enter She’safella’s “Don’t call me fairy” Godmother, some magic Freedom rings, the stroke of 2 a.m. (midnight is way too early in The Big Apple), and a missing Dr. Martens shoe.

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peter pan zee

A Modern Day Peter Pan with a gay twist

Peter Pan Zee is the story of the great-great-great-great grandson of a great Indian chief who runs the School for Lost Boys, a group of boys whose families disowned them because they’re gay. Peter Pan Zee helps the boys channel their grief through rowing, however they’re plagued by their rival, the Pirates, led by a one-handed captain. But that’s not their only hardship. Living in Never Sleep Land takes its toll on the boys who are exhausted. When Peter Pan Zee overhears a teenage girl reading a book and it makes him drowsy, he recruits her to read to his Lost Boys. Unfortunately a certain captain foils their plan.

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jack and the bad stock

A Modern Day Jack and the Bean Stalk with a gay twist

Jack and the Bad Stock is the story of Jack, a typical teenager who lives with his two mommies in Manhattan. When his mothers lose their life savings in a Ponzi scheme, Jack is told to sell Bessie, the family’s most valuable piece of art. Instead, Jack gambles away the sculpture in a street game, for a magic bean. His mommies are over the roof and one throws away the bean. When an enormous green stalk grows outside Jack’s bedroom window, he climbs it only to find a giant and his wife hiding out. Is this the same giant responsible for stealing his mothers’ life savings? Jack is determined to find out.

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