An Acre of Peace, Part 1 by Paul J. Bennett

Paul J. Bennett is a doctor who deals with COVID-19 during his day at work. He brings us a story today (part 1 of 2, so make sure you check back for next week’s installment) outside of this current world. … Continue reading

What Wednesday Wrought: Derek Alan Elkins and “Them Ole Pandemic Apocalypse Blues”

I don’t know what to say except that long periods of captivity start to cause a certain imbalance in the frontal lobes. Derek, evidently, has been alone for a very long time in his basement. Today he combines Mad Max … Continue reading

Now That’s Scary. Robert Cely Is At His Best.

The Scarlet QueenToday’s tale is the stuff authors dream about: well written!  Robert Cely grabs you and introduces you to “The Scarlet Queen” in a manner you won’t forget.          In the meantime, a plug for the … Continue reading

Kim Jong Un May Be Dead, But Jamie Greening Is Still Writing. “Let’s Do It”

Today he’s written a new story for us entitled “Let’s Do It” – and I think we should by clicking on this link. He is one of my oldest writing friends and he’s featured today. He’s the moral and ethical … Continue reading

The Fun Police

Another day of free flash fiction from yours truly. I hope you are enjoying all the work the authors are piling into this. In the last month we’ve provided about a novella’s worth of free, quality stuff. Now, squirrel and … Continue reading