Monthly Archives: September 2020

Progress Report; Sept. 23-25, 2020 by Jeff Baker.

Wrote a line or two on the big W.I.P. this week. Also did the weekly flash fiction story. Amazed I did that much. Maybe the plague, the general unrest and a lot of personal crap have been contributed to a … Continue reading

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Dave Danger Encounters, Uh, Danger! Friday Flash Fiction by Jeff Baker for September 25, 2020.

         Dave Danger in Yes Sir, Yes Sir, Three Bags Full    by Jeff Baker The building dated back to the sixteen-hundreds, but my boyfriend dated back to the nineteen-nineties so it was appropriate. It was a Hotellery now, what Andrew … Continue reading

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Rewriting is Progress Too! Progress Report from Jeff Baker for September 21, 2020.

Wrote about a half page on the W.I.P. Also re-wrote some of what I wrote yesterday. It fits now, at least! That’s it for now!

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Progress Report, September 18/19, 2020 from Jeff Baker.

Got about a page done on the work-in-progress that I should have done by the end of the month. Also did the Friday Flash Fiction story late Thursday night/early Friday morning. That’s about it for now.

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“A Light Across the Water,” Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker. September 18, 2020.

                                    A Light Across the Water                                       By Jeff Baker             The light of dusk was visible through the windows. The shadows seemed to creep up the stone walls of the cylinder of the great lighthouse on the coast as … Continue reading

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Not Too Much Progress to Report, from Jeff Baker, September 16, 2020.

Worked on the Queer Sci-Fi column (about Joanna Russ) last week. Right before deadline. But the last-minute additions only helped, and I got a nice comment on Facebook from a writer who had taken a class from Joanna Russ! Haven’t … Continue reading

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“The Demeter Diaries” by Marge Simon and Bryan Dietrich.

by Jeff Baker It’s always nice to have a famous author living in your hometown. Bryan Dietrich lives here in Wichita and teaches at my alma Mater, Newman University. He’s published several books of poetry and has been nominated for … Continue reading

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“Grandfather and the Star Bird.” Friday Flash Fics, September 11, 2020 by Jeff Baker.

Grandfather and the Star-Bird                                                     By Jeff Baker             I must have been about two or three when my Grandmother started telling me the story.             “I was a little girl, like you,” she said. “When the big ship came … Continue reading

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“There Was an Old Woman…” September’s Flash Fiction Draw Challenge story by Jeff Baker (for Sept. 14, 2020.)

Author’s Note: The draws for September’s Flash Fiction Draw story were a Young Adult story, set in a warehouse, involving a single shoe or boot. Here’s the result.                     There Was an Old Woman Who Lived In a Shoe                                    … Continue reading

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Brent Silveria, an artist to keep an eye on…

The photo is my husband Darryl with his birthday present; a drawing of three very recognizable figures by Brent Silveria, a longtime friend and a fine artist. I am adding a link (maybe in the comments) to his site where … Continue reading

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