Category Archives: Short-Stories

Yet More Progress! (Amazingly!) Progress Report From Jeff Baker, May 26, 2020.

Didn’t think I was going to get to it, but I wrote a few lines on the mystery, even more importantly I tightened up a few things. The MS has at least a page-and-a-half of notes written IN CAPITAL LETTERS, … 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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Caught a Goof! Progress Report May 10, 2020 by Jeff Baker.

Making serious progress on the historical mystery, just by plowing through it and not bothering to check through the MS for continuity, but I did tonight and I’m glad: I have our introduction to the suspects (soon-to-be-suspects) slipped in by … Continue reading

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Progress Report by Jeff Baker, May 9, 2020

Worked on the historical mystery short story tonight (okay, early morning.) Making a lot of progress with plot and the actual writing. Will need to do a major factcheck for historical accuracy as well as plot holes and the like. … 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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