Randy Susan Meyers

Randy Susan Meyers is the bestselling author of Accidents of Marriage, The Comfort of Lies, and The Murderer’s Daughters. Her books have twice been finalists for the Mass Book Award and named “Must Read Books” by the Massachusetts Center for the Book. She lives with her husband in Boston, where she teaches writing at the Grub Street Writers’ Center.

Books by this Author

The Widow of Wall Street
Accidents of Marriage
The Comfort of Lies
Atria Book Club Bites

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THE COMFORT OF LIES by Randy Susan Meyers

From the author of the critically acclaimed The Murderer's Daughters, a compelling novel about three women caught in the aftermath of infidelity.

My Life in 8 Words

Author Appearances

EXCELSIOR BAY BOOKS
Literature Lovers Night
36 Water Street
Excelsior, MN 55331
APR 25
LA RANNA ROSA
with Meta Wagner
Books sold by Papercuts
154 Green Street
Jamaica Plain, MA
MAY 3
BUTTONWOOD BOOKS
at the Lightkeepers House
Cohasset Lightkeepers House
15 Lighthouse Ln
Cohasset, MA 02025
MAY 4
BARNES & NOBLE FRAMINGHAM #2645
with Juliette Fay
1 Worcester Road
Framingham, MA 01701
MAY 9

Author Revealed

Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. “Be regular and orderly in your life, so that you may be violent and original in your work.” —GUSTAVE FLAUBERT

Q. What 3 personal qualities are most important to you?

A. Kindness. Responsibility. Warmth.

Q. What’s your fantasy profession?

A. I am absolutely doing it!

Q. What are your 5 favorite songs?

A. "Come Rain or Come Shine" by Ray Charles ('our' song,) "At Last" by Etta James (for my husband,) "Down On My Knees" by Ayo (best heartbreak song,) "She Works Hard for the Money" by Donna Summer (from when I was a bartender,) "Reach Out For Me" by Dionne Warwick (from second date with husband,"

Q. Who is your favorite fictional hero?

A. Francie Nolan from "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" -- she was my childhood touchstone.

Author Voices

August 25, 2015

There’s a reason more people understand the Holocaust from The Diary of Ann Frank than from The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich. Story. Since the cave man days we’ve learned more history through storytelling than textbooks. I know I have.

Writing a novel that includes social, health or political issues carries great responsibility. We want our audience to learn as they’re immersed in the story; those of us writing hot-button issues are impassioned. We want to write a compelling story. And then there is the third, equally important point of the triangle. We must be unflinchingly honest and also empathic with the... see more

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