Wednesday Briefs: March 9, 2022

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.

Ancalagon: Chapter Eighty-one by Cia Nordwell
 

“You can’t do that!” Sonez blustered. The Heeze whispered in his ear. “It’s dereliction of duty!”  

“Watch me.”  

Garjah had let me handle my former captain until that moment, but when he took another threatening step forward, he decided to get in on the action with Bouncer. He brought one thickly-muscled arm up and pointed right at the red-faced captain who thought he could bully me. “If you touch him, I will remove your arm. And since you only have two, I don’t think you will function very well.” He flexed his fingers, so casually menacing that it was more
 
 

Rose and Thorne 6 #14 (3.4) by Julie Lynn Hayes

“Is Connor McKenzie the reason you’re here now?” Ethan asked when his uncle paused for breath.

Clearly Ethan and I were on the same wavelength.

Benny nodded. I thought I caught a glimpse of anger in his eyes, but that was quickly extinguished. “Connor McKenzie is absolutely the reason I am here with you now. And before I tell you the next part, I really would like a drink. How about you?”

Despite our earlier argument that we were working, I decided I was game if Ethan was game.

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The Garret Farm: Part 25 by J Ray Lamb

Jason had committed to at least exploring the thoughts that interrupted his daydreaming and the lascivious dreams that he had at night, he knew he had to find someone to explore them with. Now, Murphy was not the person he thought he might be experimenting with at all.

Colin was too much of a prissy little bitch, Trent was the closest thing to a normal guy on the farm and now he was all buddy buddy with Sandy, and Murphy was one of his only friends as well as his boss.

Now, here he was sitting by a pond…

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