NaBloPoMo: Mr. & Mrs. Liar


What are some lies your parents told you?

My mom has only told me little white lies – mostly about the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny. She never tells me that I look good when I don’t. She’s pretty straight up about telling me she doesn’t like my clothes. My mom is not a yes man, which is fine.
I’m not so sure about my dad. I can’t honestly say he’s a liar. There are things that make me suspicious. For example, how did my college money disappear? Poof – it was gone. Was it magic? A fluke? I’ll probably never know. It’s a mystery.


“Just a small town girl – living in a lonely world.” Concert tickets are practically essential. Musicals are the key to life. I like movies, music,books, and corny jokes.

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  1. Morgan – Pennsylvania – Cynthia A. Morgan is an award-winning author; free-lance columnist, blogger, poet and up-and-coming podcaster. Currently working with GoldenNetwork.TV in a project that will make her dystopian fantasy Mercy Series and her young adult fantasy Dark Fey Trilogy available globally via ROKU, Morgan’s captivating tales serve as a backdrop for powerful messages like ‘show thankfulness through kindness and appreciate blessings through generosity’ and ‘the only way to achieve peace is by becoming peace’. . Morgan is also the creator of the popular blogs Booknvolume and Word Mongery and Musings where over 18,000 followers regularly explore Morgan’s own brand of poetry, musings about life, photography, book reviews and more. Upcoming projects include a fictional drama in Regency Period England, a non-fiction exploration of the supernatural/paranormal and beliefs around the world, and a return to the realms of Dark Fey in a mind-bending prequel. . When asked how she feels about writing, Morgan has said: “To write; to paint with words as an artist bedecks his canvas with hues and shades and layers of pigmentation; to sing a melody upon which the gaze may linger and over which the heart may muse again and again: to create visual splendor with grammar and language is the most beguiling form of intoxication in which I could ever take pleasure.” .
    Morgan says:

    So powerfully true. Great post 😉

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