Monthly Archives: June 2016

“Life Is But A Dream” Monday Flash Fiction, 6/27/16

Life is But a Dream By Jeff Baker   “Yup. Boat’s in the tree all right,” Lars said. “At least the water went down,” I said. “May as well leave the boat up there, water will probably be rising again … Continue reading

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He Knows If You’ve Been Bad or Good

More Monday Flash Fiction (Amazed I got it done, I actually lost the original manuscript of this!) He Knows If You’ve Been Bad or Good By Jeff Baker   Eddie pulled the boat up to the dock. “About time!” Gene said, … Continue reading

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Monday Flash Fiction

  The Egg and We By Jeff Baker   The girl in the egg suit looked them. The two men stood and stared at her. The wall she was sitting on and the house behind her hadn’t been there a … Continue reading

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Monday Flash Fiction

Here’s something for Monday, June 6, 2016. Bus Ride to Somewhere By Jeff Baker   Dear Jake: Well, I’m on the bus, on my way home. Seems these three-day weekends never last long enough, do they?  I am so tempted … Continue reading

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