Monthly Archives: February 2022

Greek Salad; Served Up for Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker, February 25, 2022.

Greek Salad by Jeff Baker Dinner with a handsome, muscular Greek man had long been one of my fantasies. Sitting across the table, watching his smile across a sumptuous Greek meal prepared by the finest available chefs. But the table … Continue reading

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Much-Delayed Progress Report from Jeff Baker February 21, 2022

Fittingly the typewriter page is blank in the picture because I haven’t done much writing the last couple of months. I’ve done the usual weekly and monthly flash fictions but not much else. Not a matter of taking a needed … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets with “Atmosphere.” February 19, 2022 from Jeff Baker.

Every week we post six lines from a work of ours, a work-in-progress or published, or a recommendation of someone else’s work with at least one LGBT character. Posted at Rainbow Snippets here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/963484217054974 These snippets are from another of … Continue reading

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When All the World Dissolves. Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker

When All the World Dissolves by Jeff Baker Danny stood and stared at the ocean, the sand under his sneakers the old wooden school desk a few feet away. Where am I now, he wondered. He shook his head. He’d … Continue reading

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Remembering the Snow of ’83, as told in the Vantage by Jeff Baker (February 18, 2022)

The Snow of 1983 a Tale of Three Days by Jeff Baker Note: This was originally published in The Vantage following a campus-closing snowstorm in January 1983. I present it here with only slight alteration for clarity nearly forty years … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Draw Challenge for February 2022—The Results!

The draws for this month’s Flash Fiction Draw Challenge were Fan Fiction, set in a Pizza Parlor including a Sack of Potatoes. I’ll post the results here as they come in (No rush!) Here’s mine “Three Hours at Nocomis” (See … Continue reading

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“Three Hours at Nocomis.” A Fannish Flash Fiction Draw Challenge Story for February 2022 by Jeff Baker.

Three Hours at Nocomis’ by Jeff Baker AUTHOR’S NOTE: The draws for the February Flash Fiction Draw Challenge were A Fan Fiction, set in a Pizza Parlor, including a sack of potatoes. Enjoy this and see if you recognize the … Continue reading

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An Out-Of-Sight Rainbow Snippets Post for Valentine’s Day Week from Jeff Baker (February 12, 2022)

Staying home with the hubby for Valentine’s Day. So, I have a couple of snippets from a romantic story today. Every week we post six lines from a work of ours, a work-in-progress or published, or a recommendation of someone … Continue reading

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“Our Life Exempt from Public Haunt,” a Special Friday Flash Fics by Jeff and William Baker, February 11, 2022.

Our Life Exempt From Public Haunt By Jeff Baker & Wm. R. Baker I was there late that evening in the old Lopresti Library because the books I needed weren’t online and I couldn’t check them out. Somehow the guard … Continue reading

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Fanfic With a Sack of Potatoes and a Side Order of Pizza: Flash Fiction Draw Challenge for February 2022—-Jeff Baker

Don’t I look demonic? First things first: The cards drawn for February, 2022 were a Three of Hearts, a Four of Diamonds and a Two of Clubs corresponding to a Fan Fiction, set in a Pizza Parlor including a Sack … Continue reading

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