Once upon a time...
TsTrystan Wall's fairy-tale books

Welcome to my world!

 After starting my career as a writer (and it was many years ago), writing for adults, thriller and horror novels (by fortune I still doing it,), suddenly and almost by chance, I started to write for children, discovering  this wonderful world at the same time.

And why fairy-tales?

Because I liked this genre?

Of course, the answer is yes.

But above and beyond my personal passion I found many other reasons.

On the one hand, I  think that the structure and intention of the fairy-tales serve to transmit emotions, and chiefly to educate in moral and ethical values. Moreover, through the meaning of the main message of the tale, we can educate in a funny way.

To  my view, every writer, creator, or communicator in general has a high social responsibility. We must help to build a better world, one in where human values can be more important that any others. I am sure you know what I mean.

And in the case of those who are in touch with  children, this responsibility  increases greatly.

And, on the other hand, I am seriously committed to literature quality and its genre, because it allows to develop a good language, to play with words, characters, description of feelings…

Following the points above related, the fairy-tale is full of imagination and magic. Both are necessary, always from my point of view, to keep the innocence of  children and make them dreaming.

In short, during the time I write for children, I try to develop activities and dramatized tales. And I have got so many rewards from them, as their brilliant eyes. That is the reason why I honestly think to starting to write this genre was one of my best choices.

A professional writer wants and needs to live on his job. But, besides, having personal reward and try to contribute in some way to enrich this young minds through the magic of a fairy-tale and,  following this way, you reach to build a better and more human world, is te reason why I can only be grateful to fate for letting me do it.

That’s all there is and there ain't no more.

Trystan Wall