About the Author


Justina Luther is a lifetime author with a passion for reading and for people. Be it a story or something she’s learned, sharing with readers is her greatest joy. With a love for trying new things she constantly finds experiences to add depth and realism to her fiction. Her short story titled GED=OMG was published in Beginnings XIV. She is currently working on a suspense titled Would You Have Believed Me? Her blogging has won several awards.

Find more of her work at: http://www.whenreaderswrite.com

Follow her on Twitter: @JustinaLuther

Find her on Fb: https://www.facebook.com/authorjustinaluther


51 Responses to About the Author

  1. beebeesworld says:

    I will follow your blog. Thanks for reading mine, I invite you to follow it as well. beebeesworld


  2. Best of luck with all of your writing! Keep finding joy in doing that. πŸ™‚


  3. catewrites says:

    I really like your “Questions for a Fictional Character” posts. What a fun idea! I’m looking forward to reading them more in depth. Keep up the good work!


  4. Sherry Bibb says:

    Hi Justine, about the One Lovely Blog logo and info, you can copy it from my post on akalunchlady.–Sherry


  5. Sherry Bibb says:

    Okay now I see, I did type it correctly the first time, but was corrected by my computer. Sigh.


  6. skipmars says:

    Your disclaimer, “Every article and short story here is fictional and deal with imaginary characters and events. Any similarities between what is written here and persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental,” makes me wonder why we use this. Every writer draws from experiences and from people they know (or think they know). Thus the similarities are not PURELY coincidental. Perhaps the word “purely” should be replaced by the word “hardly!” My brother-in-law read my short story, The Christmas Portrait, and told me with a knowing smile he knew who all the characters were modeled after. I think he was just a bit paranoid — but — you see my own disclaimer, “The characters portrayed are fictional, and any similarity . . . blah, blah, blah,” is little more than window dressing. πŸ™‚ — SM


    • I don’t intentionally model any traits of characters in my short stories off of people I know, or have met, believe it or not, so I do consider it a pure coincidence. haha
      Thanks for stopping by and leaving me a comment. It’s very appreciated.


  7. basstubes says:

    Thank you for liking my poem and Ithink an exploration of your imagination should be fun and I will as time passes take a look but for now reality calls – is that good? mmmmm necessaryso on I go.


  8. kristinereynes says:

    Hi! Thank you for reading my blog post β™₯ πŸ™‚


  9. Roxastribe says:

    Hi Justina!
    I’ve just followed your blog! And
    I’m so excited to read your stories!
    Have a lovely day!😊❀️


  10. Ayeh says:

    Hi Justina! Thanks for stopping by! lad I found your lovely corner here…
    Best wishes, Ayeh.


  11. Are-Afisayo says:

    This is truly a world of Imagination…. Ma’am, you’re doing great.


  12. Anne Skyvington says:

    Viva l’imagination!


  13. ohiocook says:

    Thank you for dropping by my blog.


  14. Thanks for the visit and like


  15. Brook says:

    Justina…*thank you* for stopping by my place!


  16. nottefiore says:

    Hi Justina! Thank you leaving a like on my first post, and I hope you stick around to read the subsequent chapters (I promise they’ll be worth your time:)


  17. thank you for the like. it is much appreciated.


  18. aprilreinz says:

    Hi and thank you for reading my blog. πŸ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

  19. wizki says:

    JL, thank you for liking my ultra-short story (a tease, really) “On the Horizon.” I see a lot of creative energy on this blog, not only in the stories themselves, but also in the execution of the ideas–character interviews, soliciting audience feedback for actual stories, etc. Very cool! Not that it’s my place to give advice (NOT writing-wise, don’t worry), but I did have one thing, take it or leave it: “Images” is very intense for being so short, and I really enjoyed it. But one thing you might consider is to put some kind of symbol/marking between paragraphs whenever you change scenes/locations, just to keep the reader clear about the “geography” of your story. Just my two yen. Thanks and see you around.


  20. tengel265 says:

    Thanks for liking my piece. There will be more coming over the next few days. Your work looks interesting as well. I’m looking forward to reading more.


  21. puiyinlab says:

    Very unique. Keep it up πŸ™‚


  22. Nilzeitung says:

    Thank you for reading my blog post β™₯:)


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