The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe and 13 Other Weird Tales

Adult
Rated 4.83/5 based on 6 reviews
Sexbots threaten to destroy a marriage.

A half-alien embryo remains the only hope for the human race.

Tempting cupcakes that aren't just bad for your waistline, but may result in permanent injury.

Welcome to the realm of April Grey.

Steampunk Zombies, The HG Avenger, Nefarious Chihuahuas, Lothario Dolphins, and many other bizarre characters lurk in these short stories. More

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About April Grey

April Grey lives in NYC with her husband and son. The first part of her adult life was spent working in the theatre as a director, literary manager and asso. artistic producer. She supported her theatre habit with work in law firms as a paralegal. The later part of her life was spent being a wife, mother, educator and writer.

Her collection of short stories, The Fairy Cake Bake Shop and 13 Other Weird Tales can be found on Amazon. Her novel, Chasing the Trickster, by Eternal Press can be found there as well.

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Reviews

Review by: Audrey Shaffer on May 05, 2014 :
April Grey has been a semi-regular in the chatroom for quite a while. She self-published this book, then offered it as a free download. Well, you know how I like the word free! I wasn’t expecting much. Most of the self-pubbed books I see are self-pubbed because they’re not good enough for a publisher to put their money behind. I know, there are some good ones out there. But they’re hard to find.

I found one!

April wasn’t kidding when she titled this book “13 other weird tales”. These stories are strange. Not everyone resonated with me, but they were all well-written. And well-edited, a rare thing in a self-pubbed book.

My favorite was the title story, Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe. I may never be able to eat a cupcake again. Oh heck, that’s not true. But I will think of this story every time I do.

“When Alexander Died” is a post-apocalyptic tale. What happens if you are left alone, carrying an alien’s child?

“Lace, Lavender Salts and Revenants” is the story of a strong woman who does what she has to do to survive.

If you enjoy weird stories, go ahead and buy this book. You won’t be sorry.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Larisa Walk on July 01, 2012 :
Richly detailed stories that evoke a sense of magical wonder. My most favorite was The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe: Who would've suspected that fairies do exist and that we mortals are their favorite snacks? Highly recommended.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Larisa Walk on July 01, 2012 :
Richly detailed stories that evoke a sense of magical wonder. My most favorite was The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe: Who would've suspected that fairies do exist and that we mortals are their favorite snacks? Highly recommended.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Larisa Walk on July 01, 2012 :
Richly detailed stories that evoke a sense of magical wonder. My most favorite was The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe: Who would've suspected that fairies do exist and that we mortals are their favorite snacks? Highly recommended.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Larisa Walk on July 01, 2012 :
Richly detailed stories that evoke a sense of magical wonder. My most favorite was The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe: Who would've suspected that fairies do exist and that we mortals are their favorite snacks? Highly recommended.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Larisa Walk on July 01, 2012 :
I really enjoyed reading these stories, because their magical imagery reminded me of the sense of wonder I had when reading my favorite fairy tales as a child. My most favorite tale was The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe. Who would've thought that fairies exist and are cannibalistic toward us tasty mortals?
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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