What if it All Works Out – by Jamie Greening

Jamie Greening knocks it out of the park with his latest Covid Chronicle: What if it All Works Out? I sent Jamie an e-mail letting him know that this story reminds me of the final scene of Six Feet Under: it’s kinda sad, but mostly happy, despite all the death. Check it out for yourself.

We’re nearing the end of the Covid Chronicles Free Flash Fiction Explode-A-Ganza. Next week is our last week. If you’ve read any of these, please accept our heartfelt thanks for taking the time. If you’re not caught up with all of the Covid Chronicles, worry not! Scroll on down the page for the latest and greatest from all our Quarantined-and-slowly-going-more-insane-than-they-already-were authors. While you’re at it, check out pages for Joseph CourtemancheJamie GreeningKathy KexelDerek ElkinsRob Cely, and Dr. Paul J Bennett . There is a strong, non-zero chance you will come away happy.

An Acre of Peace Part 2 – A Free Story by Dr Paul Bennett

Dr Paul Bennett brings us part 2 of his story in today’s Covid Chronicles story. In a world of chaos and uncertainty, sometimes it’s nice to have An Acre of Peace

We’re nearing the end of the Covid Chronicles Free Flash Fiction Explode-A-Ganza. Next week is our last week. If you’ve read any of these, please accept our heartfelt thanks for taking the time. If you’re not caught up with all of the Covid Chronicles, worry not! Scroll on down the page for the latest and greatest from all our Quarantined-and-slowly-going-more-insane-than-they-already-were authors. While you’re at it, check out pages for Joseph CourtemancheJamie GreeningKathy KexelDerek ElkinsRob Cely, and Dr. Paul J Bennett . There is a strong, non-zero chance you will come away happy.

Let the Day Perish – A Free Short Story by Derek Elkins

Derek Elkins brings us a psychological story today for the Covid Chronicles. He explores some of the side issues associated with the pandemic. Collateral Damage, if you will. There are many open-ended questions here. Check out Let the Day Perish.

If you’re not caught up with all of the Covid Chronicles, worry not! Scroll on down the page for the latest and greatest from all our Quarantined-and-slowly-going-more-insane-than-they-already-were authors. While you’re at it, check out pages for Joseph CourtemancheJamie GreeningKathy KexelDerek ElkinsRob Cely, and Dr. Paul J Bennett . There is a strong, non-zero chance you will come away happy.

In Memoriam – A Free Short Story by Rob Cely

Our next Covid Chronicles story is from Rob Cely. It’d s look at how things might change and how some things might stay the same as we move forward through all of this New Normal. Check out In Memoriam.

If you’re not caught up with all of the Covid Chronicles, worry not! Scroll on down the page for the latest and greatest from all our Quarantined-and-slowly-going-more-insane-than-they-already-were authors. While you’re at it, check out pages for Joseph CourtemancheJamie GreeningKathy KexelDerek ElkinsRob Cely, and Dr. Paul J Bennett . There is a strong, non-zero chance you will come away happy.

And welcome to all the Morons visiting us from Ace of Spades. Great to see you!

Annabelle – by Kathy Kexel

Kathy starts off Week 7 of the Covid Chronicles Free Fiction Explode-A-Ganza. Check out her story, Annabelle.

We might just be on the back nine of this pandemic. As it turns out, the same might be true for this Free Flash Fiction Experiment as well. If you’re not caught up with all of the Covid Chronicles, worry not! Scroll on down the page for the latest and greatest from all our Quarantined-and-slowly-going-more-insane-than-they-already-were authors. While you’re at it, check out pages for Joseph CourtemancheJamie GreeningKathy KexelDerek ElkinsRob Cely, and Dr. Paul J Bennett . There is a strong, non-zero chance you will come away happy.

And welcome to all the Morons visiting us from Ace of Spades. Great to see you!

Nema What? – A Free Short Story from Joseph Courtemanche

I’ve been using a bit of hyperbole in describing the COVID Flash Fiction we’ve been doing. And one of the major terms I’ve used is Explode-A-Ganza. Today, Joe Courtemanche takes the term Explode-A-Ganza to a whole new level with his story, “Nema What?” Click on the image below to experience a treat for your senses.

We might just be on the back nine of this pandemic. As it turns out, the same might be true for this Free Flash Fiction Experiment as well. If you’re not caught up with all of the Covid Chronicles, worry not! Scroll on down the page for the latest and greatest from all our Quarantined-and-slowly-going-more-insane-than-they-already-were authors. While you’re at it, check out pages for Joseph CourtemancheJamie GreeningKathy KexelDerek ElkinsRob Cely, and Dr. Paul J Bennett . There is a strong, non-zero chance you will come away happy.

An Acre of Peace Part 1 – by Paul Bennett

A brand new story from Dr Paul Bennett. This one’s about reclaiming something that was lost, and bringing peace to a chaotic situation. Click on the pines to read the story.

If you’re not caught up with all of the Covid Chronicles, worry not! Scroll on down the page for the latest and greatest from all our Quarantined-and-slowly-going-more-insane-than-they-already-were. While you’re at it, check out pages for Joseph CourtemancheJamie GreeningKathy KexelDerek ElkinsRob Cely, and Dr. Paul J Bennett . There is a strong, non-zero chance you will come away happy.

Them Old Pandemic Apocalypse Blues – A Free Story from Derek Elkins

Today’s story has an apocalyptic Oscar Meyer Wienermobile. That is all you need to know. Click on the wienermobile to read “Them Old Pandemic Apocalyptic Blues” by Derek Elkins.

If you’re not caught up with all of the Covid Chronicles, worry not! Scroll on down the page for the latest and greatest from all our Quarantined-and-slowly-going-more-insane-than-they-already-were. While you’re at it, check out pages for Joseph CourtemancheJamie GreeningKathy KexelDerek ElkinsRob Cely, and Dr. Paul J Bennett . There is a strong, non-zero chance you will come away happy.

Lockdown – A Free Story by Rob Cely

With the quarantines going on, I’m sure most of us have begun to experience some, shall we say, adverse reactions to isolation. The Introverts might be okay, but the rest of us extroverts are going a little nutty.

More nutty than normal, anyway.

But what would happen if we faced extreme isolation for an extended period of time? How would it affect our health? Our relationships? Our minds?

Rob Cely explores this theme in today’s short story, Lockdown. Click on the face below to check it out.

Our band of merry misfits is rounded out with Joseph Courtemanche, Jamie Greening, Kathy Kexel, Derek Elkins, Rob Cely, and Dr Paul Bennett. But, just because we’re well-rounded NOW doesn’t mean we’re stopping here. There are plenty of other geometric shapes to try out. Watch THIS SPACE for future additions, subtractions, multiplications, and maybe even some differential equations to your Fantabulous Free Fiction Explode-A-Ganza.

I’m on Deck tomorrow with part 4 of my serialized short story: Two More. I don’t know about you, but I, for one, am excited to find out how it ends.