Monthly Archives: July 2018

Sometimes We Do It For Fun—-July 11, 2018

Sometimes writers do it for money. They go where the market is. professionals and working writers and we wannabes. But sometimes we do it for fun. Case in point: I’ve been wrapping up my evening’s writing by writing a line … Continue reading

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July’s Flash Fiction Draw Challenge from Jeff Baker, July 9, 2018.

The Missing Disc Mystery By Jeff Baker     “Take this down,” Detective McNulty said.” “Yessir,” young officer, Cowell said, pulling out a metal box from the back of the squad car. “Tracked suspect through Benford, Missouri. Lost his trail … Continue reading

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Mystery in Missouri by Jeff Baker for Friday Flash Fics. July 6, 2018.

  Like a Thief in the Night By Jeff Baker Note: For purposes of this story, imagine the guy in the picture wearing something a lot less modern and urban. —–j.s.baker   The business at the bank had the whole … Continue reading

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