Category Archives: Christmas

A Christmas Ghost Story by Jeff Baker. For Friday Flash Fics., December 29, 2017

                         Dusk at Marsden Towers                                     (A Christmas Ghost Story)                           … Continue reading

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A Tale for Christmas, in Monday Flash Fics. by Jeff Baker, December 25, 2017

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Something for the End of December in Friday Flash Fics, by Jeff Baker

    WRUD New Year’s Eve? By Jeff Baker   I hadn’t planned on working New Year’s Eve when I got the text message. Enough cash to pay off my post-Christmas credit card balance, so I packed a toothbrush and … Continue reading

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Pre-Christmas Poem by Jeff Baker

(Because sometimes milk and cookies aren’t enough.)                                        Beer For Christmas                                                 By Jeff Baker               We left Santa beer for … Continue reading

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“Handmade Holidays,” ‘Nathan Burgoine’s new Christmas story. Review by Jeff Baker.

                     ‘Nathan Burgoine’s new Christmas story “Handmade Holidays” may well be an instant classic. Drawing on some of Burgoine’s own personal experiences as well as a tradition involving Christmas ornaments, it … Continue reading

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“The Mystery of Pere Noel,” Monday Flash Fics for Christmas, 2016

(For my Christmas story, I decided to give myself a present—I’d always wanted to write a story about Edgar Allan Poe’s great precursor to Sherlock Holmes, C. Auguste Dupin. While there have been many Holmes pastiches, those of Dupin are few and … Continue reading

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