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Soup, a Barn and a Bouquet. And a Goose. Story by Jeff Baker from (yet another prompt!) March 30, 2022.

Is It Soup Yet? By Jeff Baker You should be careful when you pick wildflowers. I sat there on the bale of hay in the barn watching Charlie’s cousin mix up the broth in the pan on the little fire … Continue reading

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Rainbow Snippets, for November 13, 2021. Drabble, Drabble, Toil and Trouble.

For this week’s Rainbow Snippets, where we post six lines from a work of fiction (usually ours) I decided to see how much of the story I could squeeze into six lines. From four years ago, here’s part of a … Continue reading

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Toil and Trouble—Monday Flash Fics for August 14, 2017

AUTHOR’S NOTE: Didn’t have a lot of time so I tried another drabble this week. Actually influenced by a dream from years ago that may be turned into a longer story. Until then, enjoy! ——- Jeff Toil and Trouble By … Continue reading

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Monday Flash Fiction

  The Egg and We By Jeff Baker   The girl in the egg suit looked them. The two men stood and stared at her. The wall she was sitting on and the house behind her hadn’t been there a … Continue reading

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