Category Archives: Friday Flash Fics

Chasing the Vampire for Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker, July 10, 2020.

  Mystery at Castle Dracula By Jeff Baker   The cloud-enshrouded mountains parted like curtains as our carriage proceeded towards the dark castle. “They never hole up in a convenient motel near a pool, do they?” Jessie said sarcastically. “Sometimes … Continue reading

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Uncovering an Ancient Mystery for Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker, July 3, 2020.

Through the Ancient Desert of the Stars By Jeff Baker Arikos stared up at the window, as the sunlight streamed down through it. Late afternoon and he remembered when he had been a young boy in here, taking instruction and … Continue reading

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Encounter on a Moonless Night: Friday Flash Fics, June 26, 2020 by Jeff Baker

On a Night When the Moons Were Not In the Sky By Jeff Baker   The night was dark; racing clouds blotting out the stars. Zoras was grateful for the shifting starlight and for the fact that he knew the … Continue reading

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“Bees” are Buzzing for Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker. June 19, 2020.

Bees By Jeff Baker The ground was getting very warm, the sum was very bright and the young man in the red shorts was laying on his back, spread-eagled. He wasn’t restrained, but there was an acre of bees quietly … Continue reading

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Masque: Friday Flash Fics for June 12, 2020 by Jeff Baker

The Masquers of Clouds By Jeff Baker   The clouds were here before we were. They have soared over the Midwestern prairie, over its highways, over its furrowed ground waving wheat, over the processions of tribes, over the masses of … Continue reading

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House on Benatau Hill, Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker for May 5, 2020.

The House on Benatau Hill By Jeff Baker   “I loved this place since I first saw it years ago.” Alejandro said, turning around to look out the big windows on either side of the living room. “And you can’t … Continue reading

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Progress Report, June 3/4, 2020 by Jeff Baker.

A quickie. Finished both the Friday Flash story and the Flash Fiction Draw Challenge story for June. That’s all for now.

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Subway Series Played on Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker (May 29, 2020)

Subway Series by Jeff Baker   Where U @ ? Just Past March Street Station. Find it yet? Nope. L Where U looking? Under all the seats in the station. U on the tracks? Hell No! Not stupid! Hey! There’s … Continue reading

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Wings On His Feet for Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker: An anniversary post, May 22, 2020.

With Wings on His Feet By Jeff Baker   The rain had stopped and the air was humid. Andre bounced on one foot, then the other and looked up and down the city street. He shook himself, feeling himself loosen. … Continue reading

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The Parliament of Gulls. Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker for May 15, 2020.

The Parliament of Gulls By Jeff Baker   Since time immemorial, the seagulls have swarmed over the beaches, particularly near people, awaiting their food scraps or offerings of tidbits. But also, since seagulls took flight, there has been the Parliament … Continue reading

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