Dear Mr. Iger,
It might be forward, it might be narcissistic and it might be unheard of to say such things. I have one dream in my life; and that is to be the next Walt Disney. No I am not after your job. I believe there are people within history whose names are synonymous with fairytales: Hans Christian Anderson, Wilhelm and Jakob Grimm, Walt Disney, and K. A. Petentler.
I have written to you several times. Though I have never heard back. But now I have something important to share with you. I am the next 'Disney'. I know that there have been numerous articles that say such a person will never exist again because many of our generation lack an imagination. I am here to tell you that this is not the case. If I have to publish all of my own children's books, young adult fairytales and all of my other stories through my own publishing company, I will do that. And the world will, eventually come to recognize that a girl from Kansas City Mo, with the imagination that expands daily, can bring about a new era in the magical kingdom. Even if it is her own that she had to conjure up herself.
I don't really want to be your competition. I have new stories, stories that will touch the soul and ignite the fire in children to imagine once again. It is, It has been, time to stop remaking stories that have been told and retold for almost three hundred years, or longer. It is time for new stories to rise up and change our generation, and those to come.
This year alone I will be releasing three children's books and three long short fairy-tales. Last year I released Polarbe's Hibernation, which I plan to make into an animated short. This Year I have released the first new fairytale, Unmasked. My next children's book is in the works with my Illustrator and high school friend, Andrea Badger, whom I have other projects in the work to come out this year. I also have a prom story called Kingdom of Jade, and a beauty and the beast tale that very likely will rival the live action that you are working on (probably because I have a new take that no one has ever done).
I might just be a nobody writer in Kansas City, Missouri with a large dream, but then again so was Walt Disney. I am just the girl version of him, reborn and better then ever, because I write fairy-tales that are true to our times. On subjects from woman's issues, to economy, global warming (Unmasked), and many more. I am telling you all of this, because imagination is not dead, reinvention and new stories exist, all you have to do is search beyond your walls and back to the place where it all began.
I am here. I am Walt Disney. I am Hans Christian Anderson. I am Wilhelm Grimm. I am Jakob Grimm. I am K. A. Petentler.