Red Riding HoodChapter One:Red Riding Hood by RoX-Ann
„Once upon a time there was a young girl, who was generally liked by people around her, but especially by her beloved grandmother, and there was nothing the old lady would not have given or done for the child "
it was a chilly morning in a town called Marybay; small drops from the nightly rain slid down the leaves all the way to the wet ground, covered by a thin coat of mist.
The waves crashed hard onto the stony shore that surrounded the town, protecting it from the occasional raging ocean.
In the woods, birds started their songs as the sun rose gracefully from her sleep.
There was an old timbered house in a hill nearby the forest. It's appearance reminded people of a that of a baker's home. The old water wheel still rotated slowly with the flow of the small stream, which led into a lake deep within the forest.
Most of the house's facade was covered in vines of ivy, and the small windows of the cottage had cord curtains to keep overly curious eyes fr
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