Fairy Tales with a twist!

I am announcing a brand new category of posts on My Random Ramblings – Fairy Tales with a Twist! Why? You may ask. Well, it’s because classic fairy tales are way too mainstream. Also, I love breaking stereotypes. So I have decided to re-tell many classic fairy tales with a twist/twists of my own. Fair warning, they are nothing like their original versions. I hope you will like it! The first chapter in this series will be published on 29th June at 12AM IST. Stay tuned, folks! πŸ™‚

I was inspired to start this series by my fellow blogger Akshita. She has written many re-tellings of classic fairy tales like Cinderella, The Frog Prince, and Snow White. Click on the links to read her versions of these fairy tales. Do check out her blog!

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46 thoughts on “Fairy Tales with a twist!

      1. Hey I had already read your post that day itself and shared my comment..Looking forward to more..πŸ˜ƒActually, I have been trying to reply to your comment since yesterday, except for the emoji nothing was getting posted here, must be some technical issue.

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      2. Hey, Reshmi. I’ve replied to your email too. Sometimes, comments have to be manually approved and they might take a while to appear. That’s why your comments were disappearing. Thanks for keeping on trying and for letting me know about it. Thank you so much for your support ❀️

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  1. Are you doing the masterclass by Neil Gaiman? I did the aftermath of Jack and the Beanstalk when I read he is making the familiar unfamiliar lesson. If you are not doing it then you think like him! That can only be a good thing πŸ™‚

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    1. Oh. No, I was not aware of such a masterclass. Haha. We might be thinking along the same lines. Thank you for the suggestion. I’ll definitely check it out. This has been a pet project of mine for a long time. This is the first time I’m improvising a classic. πŸ˜ƒ
      Can you post a link to that post? I’d love to read it.

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      1. Oh, expensive, you say? I probably won’t end up taking it πŸ˜‚ It’s great that you have so many of them lined up. Do keep writing.
        Oh that sounds interesting. I think I have already read it on your blog. I’ll check it out again.
        Thanks a lot, Angie. That’s very kind of you. πŸ˜ƒ

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      2. It was annual subscription, so I have a year to get through them! (The lockdown made everybody look for something to do!)
        Yes, I am still writing and I am concentrating on trying to outline my novel and get back into it. This probably why I have been so quiet in my blogging, because I am happily working in scrivener!

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