Justina Luther is a life long writer with a passion for the imagination of fiction. Welcome to My Imagination, is all about fictional stories with a good dose of real fun. Justina loves to connect with her readers, so feel free to leave a comment.
DISCLAIMER: Every article and short story here is fictional and deals with imaginary characters and events. Any similarities between what is written here and persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
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“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 →
***Attention!!!*** This post contains spoilers about my story A Christmas Alone. To find this story, click here. I sit at Evelyn’s kitchen table with her beside me and open my laptop. “What are you doing?” I … Continue reading →
I set curled up on the couch, in the dark, sirens wailing in the distance. I hope they get to wherever they’re going safely. The Christmas tree lights flash from white to colors serving as my only illumination. I’m not … Continue reading →
***For Part I of this story click here.*** I round the corner, the street signs of ElaRue and Manchester coming into view and my pulse begins to hammer. Parking my bike, I secure it to a lone light pole before … Continue reading →
***Attention! For Part 1 click here, for Part 2 click here, for Part 3 click here.*** Mom purses her lips, her hands clasping her mug inches from her mouth. She says nothing but lets the tide of red creeping up … Continue reading →
***Attention, this is an ongoing story. Click here for Part 1 and here for Part 2.*** I take a deep breath, not wanting to repeat it. To give the editor’s words new life, but Mom has to understand. “They said … Continue reading →
***For Part 1, Click here!*** “Nothing. I just have other interests at the moment.” I turn my back to her and go to the sink, my stomach knotting. She taps her foot. “Are these other interests making you any … Continue reading →