It seems my busy real-life schedule is catching up with me again, so I’ll have to leave you all with some “What If?” Writing Prompts for now. This week’s set returns to the first theme I ever featured in this segment: fairy tales. Enjoy putting your own spin on some favorite fairy tales with these ideas, and by all means, please feel free to add more of your own! Have fun!

What If - Parchment and QuillWhat if… princesses never needed a man to rescue them, but instead could get themselves out of trouble?

What if… Snow White hadn’t reacted as expected to the poison apple?

What if… the “evil witch” were the real heroine of the story all along?

What if… another young lady had fit into Cinderella’s glass slipper first?

What if… for once, a prince had to be rescued by a brave woman?

Good luck writing your own reimagined fairy tales!

If you have any “What If?” writing prompt suggestions (for any theme), please feel free to share them in the comments below. Ideas I like may be featured in future “What If?” posts, with full credit and a link to your blog (if you have one)! Also, if you’ve written a piece based on an idea you’ve found here, be sure to link back to the respective “What If?” post. I would love to see what you’ve done with the prompt! Thank you!

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