Category Archives: Charles Dickens

“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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Words for our time:

Here are some words for our current surreal times:   “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”   Franklin D. Roosevelt said this during the Great Depression of the 1930s. Fear and panic are running rampant these … Continue reading

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Short-Story Month, Day #14, Sharing the World.

By Jeff Baker This one’s going to be short—This post is supposed to be about my favorite shared-world anthologies. I really haven’t read many of these! I’ve written a story for one but that was three years and three jobs … Continue reading

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