Monthly Archives: March 2017

Monday Flash Fiction for March 27, 2017

                                                Determined                                                 By Jeff Baker               One. Two. One. Two. Right. Left. Right. Left.             One foot. In front of the other. One foot. In front of the other.             Mileage sign. Sixteen miles. Into town.             Maybe … Continue reading

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Monday Flash Fiction for March 20, 2017

Train Station                                                 By Jeff Baker               It wasn’t until they noticed the writing on top of the train car that they realized they’d climbed into the Russian zone by mistake.             “Aw, Hell!” J.D. spat out.             “Let’s … Continue reading

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Uncork Monday Flash Fic. for March 13, 2017

                                          The Inaugural Wine                                                 By Jeff Baker               “First off, I’m not a private detective, I’m a lawyer.” Musselman said.             “Then why don’t you have a bigger office?” Mr. Wilford asked. “Honest-to God, when I first came … Continue reading

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Mike, the Wolfman and Me

              The past couple of weeks have been eventful writing-wise. February 25, 2017 (a week or so ago) I received an acceptance of one of my stories that I sent off to an anthology about three months ago, (and … Continue reading

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Butterflies swoop in for Monday Flash Fics, March 6, 2017

                                           Butterflies are Forever                                                 By Jeff Baker                                                          They kept asking for a story, so he told them about the field.             It had been late summer, the time of year when butterflies and bees … Continue reading

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