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“Three Left Turns to Nowhere” from Bold Strokes Books. Jeff Baker, March 16, 2022.

Just got my autographed (thanks, Jeff!) copy of “Three Left Turns to Nowhere” from Bold Strokes Books. The anthology features three interconnected Gay romantic novellas set in the same little town. Three groups of strangers on their way to a … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Draw Challenge March 2022—The Results! (The Stories!) —–Jeff Baker, March 15, 2022.

First, a recap: The draws for the March 2022 Flash Fiction Draw Challenge were A Horror or Dark Fantasy Set at the Bottom of the Ocean Including a Broadsword. Participants had a week (or more, I posted the draws way … Continue reading

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“Swords Beneath the Ocean.” Flash Fiction Draw Challenge story for March 2022 from Jeff Baker. March 14, 2022

Swords Beneath the Ocean by Jeff Baker AUTHOR’S NOTE: The draws for the March Flash Fiction Draw Challenge were a Horror or Dark Fantasy, set at the Bottom of the Ocean, involving a Broadsword. So I drew my sword and … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets Night Thoughts from Jeff Baker for March 12, 2022

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/user/100000260251127/ Another picture-prompt story this week. Among my … Continue reading

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Every Dog Has His Day, a Friday Flash Fiction Romp by Jeff Baker (March 11, 2022)

Every Dog Has His Day by Jeff Baker Snow flurries were skittering through the air as the huge black dog jumped in the snow. He hadn’t been in snow in a long time. “Cerberus!” came the voice. His master kept … Continue reading

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“Nereus.” New Story by Mike Mayak (a.k.a. Jeff Baker) in Orion’s Beau Quarterly’s Inaugural Issue!

My (as Mike Mayak) latest story “Nereus” appears in the new online magazine “Orion’s Beau, Quarterly,” alongside work by Stephen Mead and Sarah Butkovic in the premiere issue; Spring 2022. My special thanks to editor Solomon Robert for making the … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Draws for March, 2022. Jeff Baker, March 7, 2022.

First the results: The draws for the March 2022 Flash Fiction Draw Challenge were a Four of Hearts, a Four of Clubs and a Five of Diamonds (low cards again!) Meaning the story prompts for March are: A Horror of … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets for March 5th, 2022 from Jeff Baker: New Year’s in March.

A touch of New Year’s in March, now; another of my weekly Friday Flash Fiction stories, this one from December 31, 2017. I hadn’t expected my Bi private eye Andrew Navarro to become a series character but I did another … Continue reading

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“Cager,” by Jeff Baker. Friday Flash Fics for March 4th, 2022.

Cager by Jeff Baker D’Andre walked through the back corridor of the gym. Fast. He checked his smartphone. It had been an hour-and-a-half. Place wasn’t busy but it was the middle of the week and everyone who lived on campus … Continue reading

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Mr. Strang Gets a Second Collection. A review by Jeff Baker.

Mr. Strang Gets a (Second) Collection a review by Jeff Baker Publisher Crippen and Landru’s second collection of William Brittain’s fine mystery stories “The Man Who Solved Mysteries” is wonderful, perfect and long, long overdue. Brittain, who later wrote Y. … Continue reading

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