Category Archives: Monthly Flash Fiction Draw Challenge

Something Gothic for the Monthly Flash Fiction Draw Challenge, by Jeff Baker. February 10, 2020.

Winter Season at MacKaylor Castle By Jeff Baker   NOTE: The genre, location and object for this month’s Flash Fiction Draw Challenge were a Gothic Romance set in a mausoleum with a pair of goggles. And I’d been watching too … Continue reading

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Tea And Enmity by Jeff baker for Cait Gordon’s Flash Fiction Draw Challenge, January 14, 2020.

Tea And Enmity By Jeff Baker   I followed Luc down the narrow stone stairway into the dark interior of the ancient castle, lit by the flashlight beams generated by my revulator and by the greenish glow of the device … Continue reading

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“The Deadly Poppy Field,” by Jeff Baker. The last of ‘Nathan Burgoine’s monthly Flash Fiction Draw Challenges. December 10, 2018.

The Deadly Poppy Field By Jeff Baker (Author’s Note: The three prompts for this, the last of ‘Nathan Burgoine’s monthly Fiction Draw Challenges were a comedy, a broomstick and a field of poppies. It’s been fun to do these every … Continue reading

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“Incident on a Dirt Road” Flash Fiction Draw Story for November, 2018 by Jeff Baker.

                                                         Incident on a Dirt Road By Jeff Baker The genre, setting and … Continue reading

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“It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a frog!” Flash Fiction Draw Challenge story by Jeff Baker for October 8, 2018

Note: The way this works is ‘Nathan Burgoine draws three cards that correspond to a genre, a setting and an object. Then we write a story using all three. This month the draws resulted in a horror story set at … Continue reading

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“A Traffic In Dollars,” by Jeff Baker. September entry for the Monthly Flash Fiction Draw Challenge.

NOTE: This month’s Flash Fiction Draw results were a suspense story set at a border crossing involving a bag of money. This reminded me of the old radio show “Suspense,” which put me in mind of the old “Radio Mystery … Continue reading

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A Good Cigar. Story for August 13, 2018 Flash Fiction Draw Challenge by Jeff Baker.

NOTE: The three prompt ideas drawn a week ago for ‘Nathan Burgoine’s Monthly Flash Fiction Draw Challenge were  a ghost story, an earring and a tobacco shop. I’ve actually delivered to tobacco shops here in Wichita, and this is what … Continue reading

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