Wednesday Briefs: July 27, 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.

Bad Karma and the Family Plan #33 (7.1) by Julie Lynn Hayes

I found I couldn’t stop thinking about the woman I’d seen at the rest stop. Her image haunted me, superimposed with memories of she-who-won’t-be named… okay, by she I do mean Caroline St. Clair—well known actress and major nutty bitch. An intense feeling of déjà vu had washed over me when I’d seen her, a sensation that would not quit.

So I did what any sensible person would do. You mean forget about it, you ask? Have you met me? Of course that wasn’t my first impulse. Instead I decided to call the person most likely to know if certain crazy actresses were still locked up or not. Troy McGarrett, of course. Handsome Hollywood heartthrob and good friend to aforementioned crazy actress.

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Ancalagon: Chapter One Hundred and One by Cia Nordwell

Our beautiful home was being violated, which made me sick and furious at the same time I felt relief that every moment they spent searching in vain for us there, they weren’t out scanning the jungle.  

We’d been walking for what felt most of the day, and the trees were starting to thin. Sweat had slicked every inch of my body and matted my hair until it started to stand up on its own. A hum, almost on the edge of my ability to hear, and the scent of ozone made my nose itch.  

Where were we? If I was


The Garret Farm: Part 37 by J Ray Lamb

Chris and Murphy were deep in their negotiations and Murphy knew Sandy had found the right person but it was going to cost him.

I shouldn’t complain. Chris’ salary will be less than all the fuck ups Jason made.

Negotiations didn’t take long as Chris knew what she was worth and Murphy knew he needed her. It was less than thirty minutes and they had hammered out the details and all the paperwork had been done. Murphy faxed off the necessary forms to his lawyer and awaited the results of the background check.

While that was happening, Sandy and Trent…

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