Category Archives: Friday Flash Fics

“Mysteries Men Can Only Guess At.” An Encounter for Halloween Night. Friday Flash Fics for October 29, 2021, by Jeff Baker

Mysteries Men Can Only Guess At by Jeff Baker The Moon was rising and the three black-garbed women at the table sipped their drinks. “I’ll tell you, Maila,” Cassie said. “I don’t know how you put up with him for … Continue reading

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“Trick and/or Treat” Friday Flash Fics (and Fiction) by Jeff Baker for October 22, 2021. (or is that 1975…)

Trick and Or Treat by Jeff Baker I turned fifteen years old the week before Halloween, Nineteen-Seventy-Five. I felt like an adult. I wasn’t, but you couldn’t tell fifteen-year old me anything. Trick-or-treating was for little kids, I had done … Continue reading

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“Your Silvery Beams” Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker for October 15th, 2021. (Play this one loud!)

Your Silvery Beams by Jeff Baker The Moon was a pretty good place to hold a concert, no sound outside the auditorium, so they could play as loud as they wanted. I grinned at Duke seated right next to me. … Continue reading

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“Orange Is the Color…” Friday Flash Fics Up a Tree by Jeff Baker. October 8, 2021.

Orange is the Color of My True Love’s… by Jeff Baker Years afterward I went and looked for the tree. It was early October and the leaves had hit that point where they changed overnight. In this case, the tree … Continue reading

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“And It’s One, Two, Three Strikes You’re Out.” Friday Flash Fics for October 1, 2021 by Jeff Baker.

And It’s One, Two, Three Strikes You’re Out… By Jeff Baker “Hey! Get a load of the fence!” Rodriguez said. “Just like the yard where we came from.” “Naaaah, no barbed wire,” I said. “Okay, you guys aren’t here to … Continue reading

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“A Mischief That Is Past and Gone” for Friday Flash Fics, September 24, 2021 by Jeff Baker.

(Picture by Jeff Baker) A Mischief That is Past and Gone by Jeff Baker “You got your phone?” I asked. “Nope, something better,” Kip said. “Where did you get that?” Chad asked. “My birthday when I was about twelve,” Kip … Continue reading

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Listen For “The Harps of Lameggishire” for Friday Flash Fics, September 17, 2021 by Jeff Baker

Again, thanks to Anthony Cardno for this week’s picture! The Harps of Lameggishire by Jeff Baker The field was green, the bright green of Summer. The grass was tall and the chattering of the daybugs was in the Summer air. … Continue reading

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“Monmouth” for Friday Flash Fics, by Jeff Baker. September 10, 2021

Monmouth by Jeff Baker When I was ten years old we moved into the big old house just outside of town where my Aunt and Uncle had lived. It was a blast for a little kid; Made of big timbers, … Continue reading

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“McGuffin’s Big Deal.” Friday Flash Fics for September 3, 2021 by Jeff Baker

McGuffin’s Big Deal by Jeff Baker It was late Spring when Delmar and I walked into the Billiards Room at the club, talking softly about some big land deal he had just made. Doubtless so he could stare at the … Continue reading

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Quintus Takes On “The Mystery of the Roman Fountain.” Intrigue in Ancient Rome for Friday Flash Fics (August 27, 2021) by Jeff Baker.

Mystery of the Roman Fountain by Jeff Baker (A Quintus Mystery) “Quintus! Look at this.” My master Cato’s voice echoed through the empty halls of the old villa we had come across on an overgrown road outside of one of … Continue reading

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