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“Perhaps the children should rest,” said the stepmother finally. They were standing in a gloomy clearing. “You two sit here, while your father and I… um… cut some wood.” “I’ll make you a fire first,” said the woodcutter.

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That night, Gretel had nightmares about monsters in the woods. “I’m scared,” she said, from under the covers. “What are we going to do?” “Don’t worry,” said Hansel, who was lying wide awake.

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Selling with Stories #1: Hansel and Gretel

OR: Why Stories Always Work On Us.

New blog baby! We couldn’t be more excited. For the rest of the year, we’re going to be showing you how to use the magnificent, transformative power of story to make your writing more compelling, and sell your stuff. 411 more words

Gretel Regrets

Looking back, perhaps we shouldn’t have done what we did. We were young, we were desperate, we were so hopped up on sugar we didn’t know what we were doing. 528 more words

William Stafford

Hansel and Gretel by Neil Gaiman

Hansel and Gretel by Neil Gaiman

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I really hoped to love this book but I just wasn’t blown away! 280 more words



specks of bread are an

inefficient method of navigating,

especially in this modern world

of Google Maps and

sat nav systems.



By Richy Swinford

The Pigeon Press (Portland, Oregon)

The plot of Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters seems to be written by a narcoleptic trying to blend a classic fairy tale with his own sexual fantasies, and the dialogue is so campy that the writers should consider renting out some cabins and hosting some kids over the summer. 572 more words