Monthly Archives: August 2016

Monday Flash Fic for August 29, 2016: “Atmosphere.”

                                             Atmosphere                                               By Jeff Baker               The evening was cool and starry, the grass soft and the blanket spread on the ground was warm as Bryan kissed Nico under the lighted canopy.             “I could do this … Continue reading

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Monday Flash Fiction for August 22, 2016 (“Deliveries In The Rear”)

                                     Deliveries in the Rear                                               By Jeff Baker               There was a line outside Deliveries in the Rear that night. The bar was always crowded on the weekends and Chris was leaning all over me smoking … Continue reading

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Monday Flash Fic.:Cutesy Bears and Intrigue.

Here’s the latest for the Monday Flash Fiction page for August 15, 2016.                                          The Cutesy Bear Caper                                                 By Jeff Baker               “Faster!” Donna said. “He’s getting away!”             “I’m pushing as fast as I can!” Shawn said. … Continue reading

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Monday Flash Fiction for August 8, 2016: “Doctor Livingston, I Presume.”

(One note—I just glanced at the picture and saved it to my phone and wrote it on my lunch break. Somehow, I didn’t notice the buildings!)                            Doctor Livingston, I Presume                                            By Jeff Baker               “I … Continue reading

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The Princess and the Tree (Flash Fic. for Monday, Aug. 1, 2016)

Here’s the weekly story for the Monday Flash Fics page, August 1, 2016.                                     The Princess and the Tree                                             By Jeff Baker               “Gramma! Gramma! Tell us a story! Tell us a story!” The two little girls … Continue reading

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