Wednesday Briefs: October 13, 2021

Here is a list of all the authors flashing this week, along with a brief snippet from their latest free work. Click the link after the snippet to be taken to the complete story on the author’s home page.

An Unholy Alliance #20 (5.4) by Julie Lynn Hayes’

As I approached the front door, I found myself assailed by an unaccustomed feeling of nervousness, waves of butterflies pirouetting inside my stomach. Could it be the knowledge that my quest might finally be reaching an end? Or maybe I feared the opposite. Would I learn something I didn’t want to know? What was of greater concern to me, bad news or no news at all?

Either way, I intended to find out. I’d come too far to back down now.

Stop being such an infant and knock on the door already.

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The Garret Farm: Part 9 by J Ray Lamb
 
Jason stood up and adjusted his coveralls. He pulled the pouch of his jockstrap down and made himself a bit more comfortable. While he’d slept on that couch many times, he’d never realized just how miserable it was to sit on. The material seemed to slowly push you to the front while pulling your clothes to the back.
 
He made a note to himself to have the couch replaced with something more comfortable aand also more durable.
 
Murphy said his goodbye and headed back out of the shop leaving Jason alone in the office with his thoughts.
 
 

Ancalagon: Chapter Fifty-nine by Cia Nordwell
 

“Aren’t you hungry?” Cheisumn asked. “You must have traveled a long way.”  

“We did. But these pleasures are not meant to be eaten alone. Please, can we have the use of some cups and a bowl?”  

She rolled a table over, the dishes upon it clattering on the bumpy rug. “Anything else?”  

“No, but thank you for the hospitality of your shop.” Garjah flicked something from his pocket to her, and she caught it and winked.  

“What was that?” I hissed.  

“Cred card.”  

“A what?” I scritched the bumpy skin behind Bouncer’s ears, but he barely flicked them in annoyance.  

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