Fairy Food: There're No Such Things As Fairytales

By Pamela Benjamin

Thriller, Fantasy, General fiction, Horror | eBook


It was all fun, glory and gain for several young entertainers when they embarked on a booking to perform where there exists a different kind of fan base. Upon arrival, the band needn’t sing for their supper as much as avoid becoming the main course. It's a thriller that makes you wary of covered bridges, forks in the road and social events held in clandestine counties. This story holds a classic conspiracy between man and that which isn't man. Riveting and colorful are the characters of this high-spirited venture. Fairy Food, a soul stirring tribute to its time, gives an alternative solution to the human condition.




Student of Visual, Creative and Spiritually inspired art, Pamela is extremely thankful to God for granting her the privilege to be a creator and say that it is good. Everybody's got his own style of something; that's a blessing. One might take offense but Pam considers it a compliment if she’s told, "You don't sound or do things like anyone I've ever known." Pamela has been writing fictional stories, since she was 11 years old. It's a welcomed catharsis. She'd often wow her English/Creative Writing teachers with distinguishing characters and unheard of destinations. She’s a graduate of Art & Design High School. After 16 years as a typist and performing clerical administrative duties, she pursued and expanded her career as a freelance artist in painting, fabric pattern design and general illustration. Craft hobbies include doll-making, knitting and sewing. Additionally, composing music has been a fulfilling expression of her creativity. She hopes to expand her creativity and business vision through a workshop on the grounds of her own farmland in the northern mountains, where she could cultivate various ideas from God as well as natural sources.


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Student of Visual, Creative and Spiritually inspired art, Pamela is extremely thankful to God for granting her the privilege to be a creator and say that it is good. Everybody's got his own style of something; that's a blessing. One might take offense but Pam considers it a compliment if she’s told, "You don't sound or do things like anyone I've ever known." Pamela has been writing fiction...


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