Nancy Roman

Tag Archives: Lies

Facing Reality

My latest novel, SISTERS, SECRETS, AND THE JUNIOR PROM, is set in high school in 1969, which, by sheer coincidence, is where I happened to be in 1969. The book is fiction. Untrue. Made up. Has no basis in reality. Except, of course, like all fiction, pieces of my life weave in and out of …

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Why Lie?

We all lie. I can’t imagine someone who has never told a lie. Someone who has been completely honest his whole life. I consider myself an honest person. But completely honest? I have told a friend her haircut was just fine. (when it wasn’t) I have told a boss I was sick. (when I wasn’t) …

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He Scores!

Everyone likes lists. The Top 100 Books Of All Time, The 20 Worst Breakfast Foods, Ten Biggest Bugs of North America, The Six Stupidest Politicians…(maybe that was sixty). And you know who REALLY likes lists? iVillage. I signed up for emails from iVillage several years ago. At the time, I thought that I would get …

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