Wednesday Briefs: May 11, 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.

Garret Farm: Part 31 by J Ray Lamb

Jaosn knew his time at the farm was rapidly coming to an end. He stood quietly as his mind replayed his comments earlier in the day about how Murphy poaid him for doing nothing and also what Murphy had just said.

Claire sat quietly and tried to hide the smile that threatened to spread across her face. She and most of the female workers around the farm had been wanting Jason gone since the time that he had been brought on to the farm. Even several of the gay guys had had their run-ins with him and wanted him gone

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Rose and Thorne 6 #22 (5.1) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Everything else took second place in that moment. Returning to our home and seeing to the welfare of Sarah and Alex had just become priority number one. Of course we weren’t about to leave Benny alone at the hotel, especially under the circumstances. He seemed as anxious as we were to find out what was going on, not surprising considering his niece and great-nephew were involved.

This would have been a good time to have one of those flashing lights to slap on the top of our car, the kind you see the police use in lots of movies and TV shows. Being undercover, we’d never really had a need for those before. Technically, this didn’t qualify as a police emergency either, and we probably

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Ancalagon: Chapter Ninety by Cia Nordwell

There was a rush of bodies toward us, and I tensed, but Garjah reassured me quietly. “It’s all right.”  

Two Four Arms—Neejah’al just didn’t roll off the tongue quite as well—in smooth yellow robes cinched at the waist with white belts and hovering devices led the crush.  

“Can we have an interview?”  

Ah, they were some form of report casters. Garjah didn’t let go of me but he did tap one fist to his chest. “We would love to make time for the planetary news, but it has been a long journey. However, the welcome ceremony tomorrow may


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