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Stories abound, so many ideas to be found.

Hi, everyone. In thinking this week, I’ve realized I’ve written about 60 different short stories and character interviews on this blog, resulting in about 120 posts! I’ve even been blessed with a few awards along the way. These facts absolutely … Continue reading

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Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: Elisa Warrner of Bitten

Spoiler alert! This post contains information about my short story titled, Bitten. If you have not already read this story then click the link below before reading on. https://justinaluther.wordpress.com/2014/06/16/bitten/ Elisa Warrner welcomes me into her suburban home and offers me … Continue reading

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Bitten

Tears clouded my vision as my four-year-old daughter was wheeled into emergency surgery. I fell against the wall and slid to the floor. Closing my eyes, I saw her cherub face. Her porcelain cheeks and throat ripped open, red hair … Continue reading

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