Fun London

Fun London

Tales from Fun London

About Fun

Alfundo “Fun” London was born in Florence, Italy. His mother was a beautiful blonde tarantella dancer with an adventurous spirit. Much less is known of his father, a sailor who was lost in the stormy seas off the coast of Ithaca shortly after Fun was conceived. After spending his youth on the island of Corsica learning the language and ways of the French, he found his way to America where he now resides. He spent summers working for a carnival where he met many interesting people who fueled his imagination.

“I have always loved life, and I find each person I meet to be of great interest. I believe in the basic goodness in us all and in the joy of creating. I write to bring some of my joy to others. Remember, if you’re not having fun, you’re not doing it right.” Fun London

Stories

The Dog Prince

This is the strange story of a dog who became the prince of an entire country. Some will say this never happened. Nevertheless, it did. Others will say that a dog has no business being a prince, but in this case, the dog had earned it. For without him there would have been no country left for anyone to rule at all.

Who am I, you ask? Well let’s just say I’m a storyteller. I do a lot of traveling, and I come across stories that have somehow been lost–lost in time. Time has a funny way of getting snarled up, tied up in knots, you might say. Then events that really happened can get lost in all the confusion. It takes a bit of work to sort it out, and sometimes I discover an amazing story that I feel must be told. But that’s enough of me, for now. You want to hear the story.

It all began about 5000 years ago in the tiny kingdom of Brink….

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The Dog Princess

The Dog Princess is the sequel to the popular book The Dog Prince. The story follows Ammed, a thirteen-year-old boy, his friend Celia and, of course, Paint, the Dog Prince, on another adventure in the land of Brink. This time they must leave Brink and travel through the dreaded Dark Forest to save a dear friend.

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Lost in the Woods

Recipe for Lost in the Woods:

1. Start with equal parts Jungle Book and Wizard of Oz.

2. Stir in some Alice in Wonderland.

3. Season with fun.

This is the tale of a boy whose tragic life desperately needs a little magic.
Find out what happens when he gets Lost in the Woods.

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The Wonderkind

Some stories are the kind that just shouldn’t be believed by a proper, rational person. Therefore, they are often disregarded right from the telling, and quickly discarded as mere fantasy or fiction. These stories become the fairy tales of children, or the mythology of men. Yet, some of these stories happen to be true.

What happened to a young 12-year-old boy named Robbie changed him profoundly forever. Whether it was real life experience or the incredible product of a fertile imagination, I’m afraid, I will have to leave for you to decide. Either way, as a story teller, I could not leave this story untold. Come with me now and prepare to meet the Wonderkind….

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The Last Magician

Aldena is a magical land with a history that stretches back to the dawn of time. But something is terribly wrong. A darkness grows that threatens the very fabric of goodness that defines Aldena. Magic has been outlawed, and one by one, the greatest magicians in the land have fallen to the dark force of one man. Is there no one who can stand against such evil?

The Last Magician tells the story of Jaden, a boy who finds himself alone and adrift in a land that slowly spirals down toward oblivion. How can one small boy hope to turn back the tide of destruction? Find out in The Last Magician.

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 Funtastic Bedtime Stories by Fun London
Get four Fun London stories in one funtastic book!

In this book you will find four of my favorite children’s stories suitable to be read to kids as bedtime stories or for kids to read by themselves: Lost in the Woods, The Dog Prince, The Wonderkind and The Last Magician.

“This is a collection of four tales to enthrall children and delight adults….valuable story of lessons to be learned and practiced by not just children, but perhaps many adults. I thoroughly enjoyed these stories written by a very talented author who promises to bring us more outstanding, creative tales.”

“Reading these stories, I was just as entertained as my children.”

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From Fun London’s Blog

Dr. Seuss Knows Best

Ted Geisel aka Dr. Seuss

Jean-Paul Sartre: But on the other hand, it helps people to understand that reality alone counts, and that dreams, expectations and hopes only serve to define a man as a broken dream, aborted hopes, and futile expectations.

Dr. Seuss: Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope.

Sigmund Freud: We are never so defenseless against suffering as when we love.

Dr. Seuss: You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.

Friedrich Nietzsche: What labels me, negates me.

Dr. Seuss: Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.

Werner Herzog: In the face of the obscene, explicit malice of the jungle, which lacks only dinosaurs as punctuation, I feel like a half-finished, poorly expressed sentence in a cheap novel.

Dr. Seuss: A person’s a person, no matter how small.

Albert Camus: The question is that of knowing whether two and two do make four.

Dr. Seuss: Oh, the THINKS you can think up if only you try!

Three cheers for the simplicity and wisdom of Dr. Seuss.

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