Fairytale & Other Retellings I Want to Read About

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As a lover of the fantasy genre, I wanted to discuss some fairytales and mythological/historical stories that I think would make amazing retellings. A lot of the times we see authors write about the same ones so these are ones that are not as popular when it comes to retellings.

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Fairytale Retellings I want to read

1- Beowulf

2- Hansel and Gretl

3- Rumpelstiltskin

4- The Princess and the Pea

5- The Emperor’s New Suit

6- Rapunzel

7- The Frog Prince

8- Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves

9- The Hunchback of Notre Dame

10- King Arthur

Mythology Retellings I want to read

1- Persephone and Hades

2- Medusa

3- The Sirens

4- Bajirao Mastani

5- The legend of Guanina

6- The Princess of Bekhten

7- The Doomed Prince

8- Story on Anubis

9- Story on Seth

10- Story on Nefertiti

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What are some fairytales and mythologies you would like to read about?lovekathryn-02

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Kathryn Calderon l Avid Reader l Art Director | Artist | Blogger | Film Maker

26 thoughts on “Fairytale & Other Retellings I Want to Read About

  1. I’ve been working on a sort of retelling of the myth of Icarus and Daedalus. Sort of, Icarus survived the fall and he helped create a league of bird people. I’ve been slowly chipping out the story for a few years now, just need a bit more to work on. Also a retelling of the Labyrinth and the Minotaur, but I need to think a bit more about that.

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      1. It will be sort of historical fiction with YA in it. So far where I start out it’s a young girl in this time period who learns of her powers and learns that she is actually in the line of the first family that Icarus created, but I really haven’t looked at the story in a while because of school and other things.

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  2. The Wish Granter by CJ Redwine was Rumpelstiltskin. She also had Hansel and Gretel as characters if I’m remembering right. I ended up really liking that one.

    I would definitely love a Medusa retelling. I love your picks and hope we see quite a few of those soon. I love retellings.

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              1. Well, in order to do so, you should probably be asked by a writer. I already have two Betas. One of them, my friend Christine, has already read the 2/3 of my current WIP and the other one will read it when the first draft is complete. If you’re interested, I could send you the file of the first draft when it’s ready.

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