Derek Alan Elkins Free Flash Fiction Piece – The Penultimate Submission: Light And Darkness

One day to go. This fine submission from Derek Elkins, Light and Darkness, is why we asked him to join us. Remember, this was supposed to last for the lockdown – two weeks when we started the whole thing. That has morphed into many months of our authors bringing forth new stories five days a week. I’m proud of all of them, and Derek has treated us to a great penultimate post in this series. 

 

We hope you’ll visit the other authors who comprise this collection: Paul Bennett, Robert CelyDerek Elkins, Jamie D. Greening, Kathy Kexel, and Joe Shaw. As always, there’s no fee, we’re doing this to help you pass the time. We do ask that you buy our books/audio books to help pay the freight here. But that’s up to you! Mine are all on the right margin of the blog.

Robert Cely’s Final Flash Fiction Post Is A Gas! “The Last Sermon Of Daniel Ramone”

As we noted earlier this week, we’re wrapping things up on the COVID Chronicles. As a result, some of the best is saved for last. Rob Cely shines through with his entry today, “The Last Sermon of Daniel Ramone.” Go read it! 

We hope you’ll visit the other authors who comprise this collection: Paul Bennett, Robert CelyDerek Elkins, Jamie D. Greening, Kathy Kexel, and Joe Shaw. As always, there’s no fee, we’re doing this to help you pass the time. We do ask that you buy our books/audio books to help pay the freight here. But that’s up to you! Mine are all on the right margin of the blog.

Joe Shaw’s Selling Free Flash Fiction In The Wonder Bread Aisle.

Shaw has yeast on the brain today, and a fine story at this link. Slide on over and read what he’s got.

 

We hope you’ll visit the other authors who comprise this collection: Paul Bennett, Robert CelyDerek Elkins, Jamie D. Greening, Kathy Kexel, and Joe Shaw. As always, there’s no fee, we’re doing this to help you pass the time. We do ask that you buy our books/audio books to help pay the freight here. But that’s up to you! Mine are all on the right margin of the blog.

Final Free Flash Fiction From Kathy Kexel! “Summer Storm”

It’s our final week, and in honor of our ruining Kathy Kexel as a nice person, we’ve decided to let her kick it off with her final story in the series: Summer Storm. You’ll find it at this here link thingy.

 

We hope you’ll visit the other authors who comprise this collection: Paul Bennett, Robert CelyDerek Elkins, Jamie D. Greening, Kathy Kexel, and Joe Shaw. As always, there’s no fee, we’re doing this to help you pass the time. We do ask that you buy our books/audio books to help pay the freight here. But that’s up to you! Mine are all on the right margin of the blog.

Free Flash Fiction: The conclusion of “As It Is In Heaven” by Dr. Paul Bennett

 “I’ve stopped blaming God for the storms of life and started always looking for the hope that He always throws our way.”

Seriously, you’ve got to read the story when it has a line like that one. Dr. Paul Bennett finishes his story today with part 2 of “As it is in Heaven.”

Now, if you missed last week, you can find part 1 here, and should read it first. 

 

We hope you’ll visit the other authors who comprise this collection: Paul Bennett, Robert CelyDerek Elkins, Jamie D. Greening, Kathy Kexel, and Joe Shaw. As always, there’s no fee, we’re doing this to help you pass the time. We do ask that you buy our books/audio books to help pay the freight here. But that’s up to you! Mine are all on the right margin of the blog.