Tag Archives: Rob Roberge

HITTING SHELVES #28: Liar by Rob Roberge


Liar by Rob Roberge comes out today!

It’s a memoir about mental illness and addiction. Roberge, who is both a writer and a rock musician, won’t be able to remember his past much longer, thanks to frequent concussions and a memory-eroding disease. This book is his attempt to preserve his memory before it’s gone. It’s tough to read about Roberge’s blackouts and relapses, but his vivid life and his meditations on death make Liar an intense account of day-to-day survival.

We asked the author one question.

How are you celebrating the publication of Liar? Continue reading

Leave a Comment

Filed under Hitting Shelves