Category Archives: LGBT

A Rainbow Snippets Post, from Jeff Baker (October 25, 2021.)

I just joined Rainbow Snippets! I’m not sure exactly how this works or when the regular schedule is, but I’m supposed to post six sentences from either an LGBT WIP or another LGBT work of fiction. This is from a … 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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A Quickie Flash Fiction Draw Story for October 11, 2020 from Jeff Baker. Mooooooo!

Can’t This Cow Go Any Faster? By Jeff Baker As the cow trundled across the unused cornfield, Nick marked of a spot on the map. “Your Dad’s old fountain pen still working?” Alex said. “Best it can jostling around on … 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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“Mystery at Castle Dracula,” Conclusion. Friday Flash Fics, by Jeff Baker, July 16, 2021

Mystery at Castle Dracula, Conclusion by Jeff Baker The Story So Far: Vampire hunters Jessie Skedderis and Shawn Rodriguez have traveled to Transylvania, accepting a mysterious invitation at what may be Castle Dracula. But the servant Wilhelm is a real … Continue reading

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The Wind Blows Across the Prairie for Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker, June 18, 2021.

The Wind Across the Prairie Whistling In the Tall, Tall Grass By Jeff Baker (A Billy Gonzalez story) I hadn’t been to the trailer just outside Pending, Kansas in about five years but I’d lived there the summer after I’d … Continue reading

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“A Place Where the Sky Never Ends,” Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker for June 11, 2021.

A Place Where the Sky Never Ends by Jeff Baker When you’re sixteen the world can swirl around you. That happened to me literally at the Kansas State Fair in 1978, but I wasn’t planning on it. Mark Dundee and … Continue reading

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“What We Found In the Back Room of Viterbo’s Pawn and Loan.” Flash Fiction Draw Challenge Story for June 2021 by Jeff Baker.

What We Found in the Back Room at Viterbo’s Pawn and Loan by Jeff Baker When you work in essentially a large concrete box with a big window it gets hot, even in the winter. I’d worked at the old … Continue reading

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“Bus Stop,” My Fifth Anniversary Post on Monday/Friday Flash Fics. May 28th, 2021

                Bus Stop                                                 By Jeff Baker                                              (A Bryce Going Story)           At least the rain had stopped, I thought. And we were in a city, I wasn’t sure which one. I hoped it wasn’t Philly or New York; … Continue reading

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