LIARS—All the Good Ones Are Natural
Born Story Tellers
When I was I kid, I used to entertain my friends and classmates with detailed and complicated (and sometimes embarrassing) narratives— stories
Some people called them lies—right to my face
So, today i'm asking myself: What's the difference between a story and a lie?
It's being a writer and entertaining masses who want to believe
Being able to tell a great story is being able to embellish just enough so the story is believable...Some may question, but if they don't know, they certainly can't challenge you.
Here is just a few of the great story tellers:
Jorge Francisco Isidoro Luis Borges
Mary Ann Evans, known by her pen name George Eliot
Adeline Virginia Woolf
Gabriel García Márquez
There are so many more. WHO would you add?