Category Archives: Christmas

“The Prancing and Pawing of Each Little Hoof,” by Jeff Baker, December 22, 2020. (For Friday Flash Fics.)

                              The Prancing and Pawing of Each Little Hoof                                              By Jeff Baker                                                     I wasn’t going home for Christmas that year, and I was working so I didn’t mind. I had decorated my room with a few Christmas … Continue reading

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Progress Report, from Jeff Baker. December 21, 2020.

Not a lot of actual progress to report for the last week or so. I wrote down the opening to a story whose idea I dreamed up almost forty years ago when I got my first car (Has it been … Continue reading

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“Beer For Christmas.” by Jeff Baker. (An oldie.)

NOTE: I wrote this quite a while back and posted this here a few years ago. It seems like time to post it again! Merry Christmas! —–jsb          Beer For Christmas                                                 By Jeff Baker             We left Santa beer … Continue reading

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Luminarias shine for Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker. December 18, 2020.

Luminarias                                                  By Jeff Baker             “How much further?” I asked.             “Not much. This way, just watch your step,” Eric said.             I was watching. There were rocks all over these foothills and it was getting dark fast. I … Continue reading

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“Show Me The Way To Go Home,” Christmas fiction by Jeff Baker. December 25, 2019.

Show Me The Way To Go Home  By Jeff Baker   “I really appreciate this,” I said as we sped down the city street. “I didn’t expect to get a cab this time of night, especially so near Christmas, but … Continue reading

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Snowfall and Schnapps for Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker, November 24, 2019.

Snowfall and Schnapps By Jeff Baker   The three of them trudged down the road in the snow toward the lights of town. “Hey! Let’s go in here!” Snooker said. “Never gone in here before!” “Yeah! Look at the sign, … Continue reading

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Two Stories Read by Angel Martinez

Angel Martinez reads a weekly story (or part of one) on her blog on Fridays. She’s read one of mine before, and this past Friday she read two! Sure as my name is Jeff Baker, this is a thriller: https://angelmartinezauthor.weebly.com/from-angels-cave/friday-reading-day-marsden-tower-camera-obscura

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Holiday Stories, Short-Story Month, Day # 15

By Jeff Baker I have a tradition involving reading short stories around Christmas. I re-read two stories by the great British author Margery Allingham. The first, “On Christmas Day In The Morning,” involves her detective Albert Campion (a man who … Continue reading

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“Tales of the Glories.” Friday Flash Fiction (on Saturday) for Christmas, by Jeff Baker. December 22, 2018.

                                                         Tales Of The Glories                 … Continue reading

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Christmas in…March???!! Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker for March 16, 2018.

                                                                       Green Not Alone in Summertime  … Continue reading

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