Now You Can Publish Your Own Stories on Fairytalez

With our website, readers have been able to enjoy beloved fairy tales like Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Thumbelina and many more; now it’s time to take our love of stories to new heights. Fairytalez is proud to announce a new self-publishing feature where anyone can share their original fairy tale and folk lore stories with the world!

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Art by Mikalojus Konstantinos Ciurlionis (1909). "Fairy Tale Castle."

Art by Mikalojus Konstantinos Ciurlionis (1909). "Fairy Tale Castle."

With our website, readers have been able to enjoy beloved fairy tales like Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Thumbelina and many more; now it’s time to take our love of stories to new heights. Fairytalez is proud to announce a new self-publishing feature where anyone can share their original fairy tale and folk lore stories with the world!

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Publish Your Own Stories

With this new feature, writers can do the following at Fairytalez!

  • User Profiles – Create your own unique profile at Fairytalez. Display your published stories, as well as favorite tales, a biography, and social share buttons. 
  • Favorite Stories – Save favorite tales from the self-published story section or from the “classic” library of authors such as Grimm, Aesop, Perrault, Andersen, and more. Retrieve your favorites to read again and again. 
  • Feedback – Leave comments on other users’ stories, and get feedback on your own writing. Participate in the Fairytalez community and get to know your fellow writers. Enter upcoming writing competitions.
  • Social Share – Share stories from with friends and family on Facebook or Twitter.
  • Contests – Participate in upcoming writing competitions. Enter for a chance to win a digital badge and prizes, plus promotion across all of our social networks and the website.

Click here to create your profile on Fairytalez!

Win a Fairytalez Writing Competition!

To celebrate the new self-publishing feature, we held our first writing competition from June 13th to August 15, 2017! One winner and four finalists were chosen. You may find the results on our Best New Fairy Tale blog post.

We now hold writing competitions throughout the year. Visit the writing competition page for more information, to see past competitions, and to enter the Best Little Red Riding Hood Tale Competition, our new competition for Spring 2019!

Writers from all over the world are invited to submit their original stories for the competitions. Not only will you get to share your fairy tales and receive feedback on your work, you’ll also get to discover other writers just like you.

How to Get Started

There’s just a few things you need to do to enter upcoming Fairytalez writing competitions.

Register: First, create a profile at Don’t forget to customize it with images, website links and more. There are no fees associated with creating an account nor is there a fee to enter. 

Upload: Upload your story to Fairytalez’ self-publishing platform, putting it in the appropriate category.

Submit: Once a competition is live, submit your story (or stories) for consideration in the writing competition. Stories must be minimum 300 words and maximum of 5.000 words. 

We look forward to reading your stories!


10 Responses to Now You Can Publish Your Own Stories on Fairytalez

  1. Ellen September 18, 2017 at 12:59 pm #

    ohhhhhh how I can write tale

  2. Paul V Hunter November 15, 2017 at 6:44 pm #

    Hi, are you guys having another competition soon ?

    • Fairy Tales November 17, 2017 at 3:46 pm #

      Paul, we expect to launch the new competition very soon!

      • tales May 14, 2019 at 2:38 pm #

        some of these fairy tales have bad words like ass and booby.

        • Fairy Tales May 14, 2019 at 2:42 pm #

          The original fairy tales listed here in our Classic Library used those words for animals.

  3. Noah Gurule February 15, 2018 at 7:13 pm #

    one day there was a man named Jonah and another one named ark they were very good friends until this very good looking woman appeared out of the Ozark mountains she was very needy she really liked meat she was not very happy when berries appeared on the table. Jonah wanted to be her husband so he did everything she wanted he did the laundry, he did the dishes in the river and he went hunting for lots of meat so she would be happy. But ark was very mad at Jonah so he went to the nearest town and got her a very fancy dress that cost a fortune but after he bought the dress he realized that he was broke and didn’t have any money so he walked back down the mountain and went home. The next morning he wrapped the dress in bear fur so she could have the blanket too he walked over to her shack (that she built ) and put it on her doorstep and then left. A couple hours later she walked outside to do the dishes and she saw it she thought it was from Jonah because there was no name. She was very happy and wanted to move in with Jonah but a bad thing had happened Jonah had been mauled by a bear. It was very bad news she felt very bad and went to tell Ark but he wasn’t at his house he was fishing. Later that night he came home She was sitting on the doorstep and she was crying he asked whats wrong they talked for hours and hour till they were very tired. A couple years later they moved in and happily ever after.

  4. Jillian Murdoch March 30, 2018 at 1:31 pm #

    I love fairy tales.

  5. Ika/wattpady May 16, 2018 at 9:02 am #

    I like when the lilies return cause I need that for my home school

  6. Mehek May 17, 2018 at 6:10 am #

    I love fairytales from all around the world

  7. RJ October 22, 2018 at 1:04 pm #

    Am I right in assuming that these must be original in that they’re not published anywhere else on the web? I blog regularly so I have a few pieces up. If I posted them here, would I need to take them down elsewhere?

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