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Why I wrote
People have asked me how I can up with the idea to write Jack and the Magical Beanstalk. I had read a very good version of an adult version of The Little Mermaid by my very good friend and talented author Muffy Wilson. I was overwhelmed with the story Muffy created. And then I noticed other authors writing adult fairy tales. I originally submitted a very rough draft for an adult version of Jack and the Beanstalk for a call for submissions for an anthology. Well, my story was not accepted. But I had fresh new ideas on how to make my story better. When I read the original fairy tale as a child I identified with Jack more than with any other fairy tale heroes. So it was not difficult to write an adult version, creating a character, a young gay man, who more suited my fantasies.
Today, I'm going to share with you three shorts pieces from Pablo Michaels most recent title,
Bill’s son brought a sparkle to his eyes. When Jack was three, he began taking him along while doing the farm chores. Jack idolized his parents, drawing pictures of them. For such a young boy, he was quite talented. His parents encouraged him to pursue his art, allowing him to draw and paint whenever and wherever he desired.
So, having read Pablo's "Why I wrote" and the excerpts from his story above, do you see anything?
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