Category Archives: LGBT

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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“The Further Adventures of Compost Boy,” by Jeff Baker. Flash Fiction Draw Challenge for May, 2020.

(Note: The three prompts drawn by Cait Gordon this month were an Action/Adventure involving a silk garment at a Fandom Gathering. I actually had a sequel made to order for an earlier story. Here it is!)   The Further Adventures … Continue reading

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“Sojourn In Brooklyn” with Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker. May 7, 2020

Sojourn In Brooklyn By Jeff Baker (A Bryce Going Story)   I hadn’t ever expected to see the Brooklyn Bridge again, let alone be back East but the job I had didn’t question my fake I.D. and they were paying … Continue reading

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“Double Date,” a reading by Angel Martinez.

Angel Martinez, herself a fine author, does a weekly reading on Fridays on a podcast on her website. While you’re there, check out some of her other features; loads of fun and information! Here, she gives a reading of one … Continue reading

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More Progress Reports, Jeff Baker, April 20, 2020.

The planned daily (or near-daily) writing progress report has good news tonight (or early this morning—I keep odd hours!) I finished this week’s Friday Flash Fics story, and it looks good! I also worked on the major story I started … Continue reading

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Along Comes a Steampunk Spider. April 2020’s Flash Fiction Draw Challenge Story by Jeff Baker

Note: The prompts for the April Flash Fiction Draw Challenge (thanks Cait Gordon!) were a steampunk story involving a spider set at an apothecary. I send my thanks to Jan Grape for her input and suggestions which made the story … Continue reading

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Futuristic High-Rise for Friday Flash Fics, April 2, 2020, by Jeff Baker.

  Exeunt From A Silver High Rise: A Gentlewoman Steps Forward By Jeff Baker   Author’s Note: This week’s picture, a futuristic tower, made me think of a corporate high-rise and The Jetsons. And I’d been thinking of Shakespeare and … Continue reading

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The Cat Came Back; Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker for March 27, 2020.

The Cat Came Back By Jeff Baker   I’d never slept in a church before, especially not a deserted one, but it beat spending another night on the street. Anyway it was cold in the city and I didn’t want … Continue reading

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“Third Gramaltioff from the Outer Side” by Jeff Baker. Racing into Friday Flash Fics for March 6, 2020.

             Third Gramaltioff From the Other Side By Jeff Baker   Prince Almazotz stood on top of the ridge and wiped the dust from his eyes. The road was dry and dusty but the hills … Continue reading

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Day Of the Dark Earth; Friday Flash Fics by Jeff Baker (February 21, 2020)

The Day of the Dark Earth By Jeff Baker I had my first kiss when I was sixteen years old under the Greek columns in the middle of summer. I remember the place; there aren’t a lot of Greek columns … Continue reading

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