Monthly Archives: October 2016

Topper Tricks or Treats–flash fiction for Halloween

I’ve posted mystery fiction, science fiction, horror fiction but this is Fan Fiction. The main characters , first in a 1920’s novel by Thorne Smith, were in a 1950’s T.V. series. The series, oddly enough, never did a Halloween episode, … Continue reading

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Unbreakable, Monday Flash Fics

                                        (Author’s note: This actually is an excerpt from something larger that I’m writing under my occasional pen name. More on all this later! —-J)                                             Unbreakable                             By Jeff Baker (As by Michael J. Mayak)               “He … Continue reading

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Interlude With Wolves–October 17, 2016.

                                    Interlude With Wolves                                            By Jeff Baker               The man had been sitting on the cliff overlooking the lake for some time when the wolves approached.             “See,” the younger wolf said. “He’s barely moved since … Continue reading

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Something About Sharks–Monday Flash Fiction

                                 Something About Sharks                                           By Jeff Baker             “Grrr! I’m a shark!”             “Yeah, right,” the man said.             “Benny Hill would have made a more convincing shark,” the woman said.             “Okay, what’s wrong with the way … Continue reading

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Company Man

                          Company Man                                                 By Jeff Baker               “One-two-three-kick! One-two-three-kick! Other-side, roll-over-and-one-two-three-kick!”             Scott sighed. If it wasn’t for the money he wouldn’t have taken the job. 175 light-years from Earth to sit behind a desk. He’d been … Continue reading

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