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Progress Report and a List from Jeff Baker (March 10, 2021)

Over the last week or so I worked on a column that’s due this weekend, did three flash fiction stories (the two weekly ones and the monthly one for the Flash Fiction Draw Challenge) worked on a couple of other … Continue reading

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“The Calm, Quiet Whisper of Graves.” The March 2021 Flash Fiction Draw Story by Jeff Baker. (March 5, 2021.)

                            The Calm, Quiet Whisper of Graves                                               By Jeff Baker AUTHOR’S NOTE: The draws for this month’s Flash Fiction Draw Challenge were a ghost story set in a tulip field involving a key.             The field was quiet, green … Continue reading

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“Underneath the Moon” on Friday Flash Fics for March 5th, 2021 by Jeff Baker.

            Underneath the Moon                                        By Jeff Baker             Greg Toliver stepped off his front porch into the light from the rising full Moon.             “Here, boy! Bryan! Come on, boy!” he said whistling. “Dammit!”             They’d loved the … Continue reading

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Progress Report from Jeff Baker, March 3rd, 2021.

Last couple of weeks I wrote bits and pieces on a few stories and did the Friday Flash fictions and started on the monthly one and just wrote up another flash story that’s going out next month. (This month, I … Continue reading

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“Long Time No See.” Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker, February 26, 2021.

                   Long Time No See                                      By Jeff Baker                      I looked around the decorated gym; streamers and banners proclaiming “Welcome Class of 84!” And “Thirty Years Since College.” Dancing couples, loud music from a band and three girls I … Continue reading

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Chasing the Daughters of the Sun for Friday Flash Fics, February 19, 2021 by Jeff Baker.

                               The Sun Dogs                                  By Jeff Baker             Grandfather was sitting in his chair under the tree a ways from the house when the kids ran up to him excitedly.             “Gran’pa! We saw it! We saw three Suns … Continue reading

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Progress Report (Which I’m doing so not to look lazy!) February 18, 2021 from Jeff Baker

Wrote two of the weekly flash fiction stories over the last two weeks. Wrote up a few ideas for columns and stories, but that’s all. That’s about it for now.

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No Pain, No Gain with Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker for February 12, 2021.

                                        No Pain, No Gain                                                   By Jeff Baker             It was never a good thing when someone called your name in this place.             Jim had been sitting on the weight bench after his morning workout, rubbing his … Continue reading

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Progress Report; January 16 through February 5, 2021, from Jeff Baker.

Only did a little writing in the last few weeks. Wrote up three of the Friday Flash Fiction stories (may have covered one in the last progress report) also wrote the monthly Flash Fiction Draw Challenge story. Did all of … Continue reading

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“Down By the River,” Flash Fiction Draw Challenge story for February 2021, by Jeff Baker (February 6, 2021.)

                    Down By the River                                                  By Jeff Baker AUTHOR’S NOTE: The prompts for this month’s Flash Fiction Draw Challenge were a thriller set in a sewer involving a suitcase. For my two other stories about my husband-and-wife detectives … Continue reading

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