The Truth About The Lie



I once asked my friends on Facebook a question: Does being a fiction writer make one an exceptional liar?

When you look at what we do, it seems we have the skills to fabricate outrageous tales that never happened—lies—and make you believe they did. The best of writers can even make you believe it was a personal experience; happened to me with Ted Dekker’s Circle series.

While I think that being a fiction writer can hone your lying skills, I believe that through those lies, we interpret “The Truth.”




MICH OLORUNFEMI is a unique author dwelling on the suspense genre. His stories give a nail-biting, jaw-tightening experience, sure to leave you with questions on your mind. Born in northern Nigeria, he lives in Abuja, Nigeria. View all posts by MiCH OLORUNFEMi

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