Author Archives: justinaluther

Clean Cut: Part I

  “Good morning, Pam!” I wave, pushing my newly purple bangs out of my face with the other hand. After a hot second, she finally looks up from her phone her forehead creasing. “Emma, you’re late.” “Just wanted to give … Continue reading

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Traveling

Hi, everyone! My usual blog writing day of Sunday was taken up by prep for my trip to NY, which I’m currently on my way to. I do, however have a story idea and plan to post it ASAP. Fear … Continue reading

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A Peek Behind the Curtain: Beauty and the Books

Hi, everyone. I’ve been wanting to do another Behind the Curtains post for a couple of weeks, but it wasn’t until today that I had a semi-solid something in mind to write about. (Also, my brain juice for new short … Continue reading

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Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: Isabelle of Taking Chances

    ***Attention!!!*** This is a follow up to my story Taking Chances. For Part I of this story, click here. For Part II, click here. Isabelle props herself up in bed, Justin hovering over her like a helicopter while … Continue reading

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Taking Chances: Part II

    ***Attention!!!*** If you haven’t read the first half of this story, click here, please. My heart skips and I think of my promise to Heather, but I push the thought away. Not every headache brings a seizure with … Continue reading

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Accuracy

Hi, everyone.  Due to the serious nature of my current story’s topic I’m sending the second half to a friend who has had epilepsy touch her life in a very serious way. I want to make sure I’ve handled the … Continue reading

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Taking Chances: Part I

    January 16, 2:30 p.m. “Are you sure you want to do this, Isabelle?” Heather says, buckling herself into the driver’s seat. I rub the tweed pattern on my coat and nod. “I’ve always wanted to try ice skating. … Continue reading

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