Flash fiction challenge: which Disney princess was a writer?

  
This is one of the display items when you go to meet the princesses at Disneyworld. (It has a cool banner over it which I wish I’d have gotten in the shot.) Not sure which princess was a writer but I know which was a big time reader. Do you?
And without Googling, tell me who was the writer. (Or make it up.) 
You have 100 words to convince me. No cheating. 

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8 thoughts on “Flash fiction challenge: which Disney princess was a writer?

  1. Belle was the reader, however, Rapunzel was the writer. With nowhere to go except to take another lap around the tower and minimal friends outside those in her head, Rapunzel had no choice, but to get creative. Sure, she preferred to memorialize her writing in the form of song lyrics, but when restocking ye ole journal collection means extra weight pulling on one’s hair, you make due with what you have.

  2. Hmm. I’m voting for Princess Jasmine. She was bored.to.tears as a princess and craved adventure – remember, she’d visit the kingdom undercover. So she had time, money, creativity, and bravado. And a pet tiger.

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