Category Archives: Bryce Going

“Sojourn In Brooklyn” with Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker. May 7, 2020

Sojourn In Brooklyn By Jeff Baker (A Bryce Going Story)   I hadn’t ever expected to see the Brooklyn Bridge again, let alone be back East but the job I had didn’t question my fake I.D. and they were paying … Continue reading

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Mystery Progress Report, May6, 2020 by Jeff Baker.

Worked on the mystery story tonight/this morning. Actually fixed a couple of little plot points. Progress! And, I finished the Flash Fiction story for Friday, titled “Sojourn in Brooklyn,” in which the wandering Bryce Going goes East and we find … Continue reading

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Progress Report, April 23/24, 2020 by Jeff Baker.

Did some plotting on the full-length Bryce Going story and then wrote about two pages. Also re-titled it as “Rest on the Flight Into Egypt.” the other title didn’t have anything to do with the story and I couldn’t work … Continue reading

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Progress Report, April 21-22, 2020 by Jeff Baker

Got started earlier in the evening (before midnight!) and plotted out and wrote up some of a story I’ve been meaning to do for about twenty years; I think I even have part of the beginning plotted out/written out in … Continue reading

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More Progress Reports, Jeff Baker, April 20, 2020.

The planned daily (or near-daily) writing progress report has good news tonight (or early this morning—I keep odd hours!) I finished this week’s Friday Flash Fics story, and it looks good! I also worked on the major story I started … Continue reading

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The Cat Came Back; Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker for March 27, 2020.

The Cat Came Back By Jeff Baker   I’d never slept in a church before, especially not a deserted one, but it beat spending another night on the street. Anyway it was cold in the city and I didn’t want … Continue reading

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Wandering Into Dangerous Waters with Friday Flash Fics for November 16,2019 by Jeff Baker

One Foot On Sea and One Foot On Shore By Jeff Baker I’d been walking along the beach for quite a while, since before the sun set. I’d seen the Atlantic, but I’d taken it for granted. The Pacific was … Continue reading

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The New Moon rises (ominously) on Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker for July 21, 2019 (way late again!)

  Yesterday, I Saw the New Moon By Jeff Baker   I was between jobs but I was seriously considering staying in town when things went all fuzzy. I was walking down the sidewalk in a crowd of people when … Continue reading

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“The Milk Grotto.” Walk into the dark in Friday Flash Fics, by Jeff Baker.

The Milk Grotto By Jeff Baker   The police were after me. I’d been in the city three weeks and I was pretty sure I was innocent of anything, but if they really checked they’d find out that my name … Continue reading

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“Riding the Rails.” Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker, April 13, 2019.

Riding the Rails By Jeff Baker   I’d ducked into the freight car thinking the train was headed west. By the time I realized we were heading north there was no way to jump off. But I was seventeen that … Continue reading

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