Category Archives: crime

Mergen. Friday Flash Fics for June 10, 2022 by Jeff Baker (as Michael J. Mayak.)

Mergen by Michael J. Mayak Damn! Mergen spun around too late as the rings surrounded his head like fallen halos. They were screened somehow, still were. Even with Mergen’s advanced sensory powers he couldn’t make them out clearly. He tried … Continue reading

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April 2022 Flash Fiction Draw Challenge—The Results!!! (from Jeff Baker)

As you can see from the cards, I’m the current moderator for the Monthly Flash Fiction Draw Challenge, which was started by ‘Nathan Burgoine a few years ago and carried on by Cait Gordon and Jeffrey Ricker. It’s a monthly … Continue reading

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“Will I Be Rich?” The Bells of Shoredich Chime for April’s Flash Fiction Draw Challenge by Jeff Baker (April 11, 2022)

Will I Be Rich? Say The Bells of Shoredich by Jeff Baker AUTHOR’S NOTE: The draws for the April 2022 Flash Fiction Draw Challenge were A sports story, set in a piano factory involving a pair of handcuffs. I write … Continue reading

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Everyone is Writing a Book. Friday Flash Fiction from Jeff Baker, April 8th, 2022

Everyone Is Writing a Book by Jeff Baker It was the early spring of nineteen-seventy-five and I was trying to be a writer. I would park in Old Man Emmerdale’s lot in front of the store and then go into … Continue reading

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