If you read the Red Riding Hood by Sarah Blakley-Cartwright, you may have found the end to be slightly lacking. After the final pages of the story, there is a message to the reader: "Is this truly the end of Valerie's story?"
A website is provided to "find out" if it was truly the end, but was unavailable until yesterday. The site has launched with the message "Still believe in happy endings? Check back soon for the final chapter."
UPDATE: According to an article from Publisher's Weekly, the final "bonus chapter" will be available after the film's release.
"Readers will also have access to what Stein calls “an extra bonus”: a final chapter to Red Riding Hood that will be available free online (at http://redridinghoodbook.com/) after the film’s release. “The story is a whodunit, with lots of wonderful red herrings, and with every chapter readers are led to think someone else is the werewolf,” she says. “The novel has a great ending as it is, but there’s an extra surprise in the online bonus chapter.”"