Jamie Greening leads off the week with a short story about Love in the time of Corona. Check out his new short story, “Let’s Do It” by clicking on the hands below.
I can’t believe we’re already in WEEK SIX of the Free Flash Fiction Explode-A-Ganza. Can you? For reals. This thing just KEEPS. ON. GOING. We’re glad you’ve stuck with us this far. Here’s hoping we all make it to the end with our lives and our jobs fully intact.
If you have followed past instructions – as I am sure you have, Gentle Reader – you will have, by now, encountered The Butch Gregory series by Jamie Greening. You will also have become acquainted with the character of Wyoming Wallace, and his penchant for solving problems with violence and sarcasm.
Exactly the kind of Project Management and Negotiation skills I can get behind!
So, when you read today’s Flash Fiction from Jamie Greening, you will know all references to previously published material therein, and will take JOY in revisiting a previously loved character and his exploits bringing a very important package to someone in need. Click on the elevator below and enjoy!
IF you have no idea what I’m taking about, Go to Jamie’s page, so you can read up on the Butch Gregory series, and get the full extent of excitement and nostalgia from Jamie’s new story, “The Package.”
It’s been an extremely long day here in Shawville, but I
finally made it here to share today’s story from Jamie Greening. Jamie’s been
working on some science-fiction short stories recently, and he’s knocking it
out of the park.
Which is nice, because there’s no baseball going on at the
moment. I’m just glad SOMEONE is knocking it out of the park.
Take a moment and check out Jamie’s latest FREE FREE TOTALLY ABSOLUTELY FREE WITH NO STRINGS ATTACHED short story, Academia.
Good News, Everyone! Not only is the cavalcade of short stories moving forward, it’s expanding! We’re inviting several authors from our publisher, Athanatos Publishing (an ironic title, given that I killed everyone in my last story) to join us in the Covid Quarantine Chronicles. You should have more stories thrown directly at your face starting as soon as NEXT WEEK!
Speaking of your luck, today, you have another story from the estimable Jamie Greening. He’s got a doozy of a story about loss and remembrance with his short story: “The Last Message.” Click on the cell phone to read it (FOR FREE!), then head over to Jamie’s Amazon page and buy a book if you’re willing.
Hey there folks. How’s your COVID Quarantine going? Well, I hope. And, if
not well, here’s hoping you at least haven’t had to go shopping for two week’s
worth of liquor for the third time this week like I have.
Yesterday, we brought you a fresh, new, ABBA-inspired story of
Coronapocalypse -fueled mental desperation from the man, the myth, the mentally
desperate legend: Joseph Courtemanche. Did you like it? Let me know in the
Taking a cue from “the Sound of Music” by going
all the way back to the beginning (a very good place to start), today we delve
into the possibilities of how this whole thing started with a brand new piece
of flash fiction from the warped mind of Jamie D. Greening. Hot off the
presses. Check out “Patient Zero”
I’ll be back tomorrow with yet another short story from YoursTruly to salve
the soul and frighten the senses.