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Sisters Grimm

The gnarled bare tree rotates slowly, emerging from the floor, and the room is transformed into a woodland version of my childhood jewellery box – the tree replacing the ballerina twirling in front of the miniature mirror. 172 more words

A Faerie in a Purple Dress: Chapter 2


Snow White Golem

A few tons of moving snow would normally activate that fight or flight response, especially when it is making a heading straight toward you. 1,612 more words


August 15th 2014 Story: "Red," M/M, R

Pairing: M/M.
Rating: R
Word count: Approx. 2,000
Notes/Warnings: None.
Summary: Written for the prompt(s): The many-colored leaves carpeted the trail This made it hard to determine which way to turn to reach the road before dark. 1,987 more words

la petit chaperon rouge

Bye bye Summer! Yesterday was the first day of Summer and suddenly the temperature dropped down, it’s time to take out all the coats from the storage. 8 more words


Chapter Nine: Research


The young woman turned away from the window, peeling her eyes from the fiery sky above the trees and mountains that surrounded her lands. She looked across the room at the older woman, who was seated at the carved mahogany desk and poring over a very large, very old book. 184 more words

Brothers Grimm

Red (18+)

Chapter 1: Murder at Grandma’s Bakery

Grandma’s dead. Red Riding Hood stood before the remains of her grandma’s corpse on the bed, all mangled up. Her guts and intestines appeared to be smashed, piled up in the open in a deliberate manner. 387 more words


The Company of Wolves

Neil Jordan’s surreal adaption of Red Riding Hood is one of my favourite movies and unfortunately quite unknown among the younger generations. It is based on the story “The Bloody Chamber” written by Angela Carter who co-wrote the screenplay as well.

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