Hoopla for Bil Lepp

“He’s terrific…fantastic. He’s a good one.” — Michael Feldman, Whad’ya Know

“He’s absolutely hilarious” — Barbara Smith Decker, National Parenting Awards

Bil Lepp“Lepp is a well known liar…[his stories] make you laugh” — Jill Jordan Sieder, U.S. News

“…Lepp’s tales will tickle the funny bone…” “…the humor is sophisticated…” “…the laugh out-loud stories are lively…” — School Library Journal

“He won the [WV Liars’] contest and has been honing his lying skills ever since.” — John Roach, National Geographic News

“Bil Lepp is the Wonder Bra of storytelling. He takes something small and insignificant and pushes it up into something realllly BIG and miiiighty interesting!” — Barbara McBride Smith

“With Lepp, the sorry, low-down lie becomes a grand and glorious creation, a verbal sculpture in which a hundred small fibs, stretchers, falsehoods and prevarications are piled together, shaped and molded into one stunning, awe-inspiring cathedral of flapdoodle and bull.” — Bob Wells, Duke Divinity Magazine

“Bil Lepp, a preacher and five-time winner of “biggest liar” competitions, stars his gun-shy hunting dog Buck in a tale that grows taller and taller — and then even taller. Listeners are howling with the hilarity, tears of laughter streaking faces split with wide-mouth grins. When the young teller wraps up his story in one more burst of implausibility, the audience leaps to its feet, cheering. All hail the king!” — Mary Ellen Botter, The Dallas Morning News

“Bil Lepp [has] the stage presence of a stand-up comedian. He told a hilarious forty-minute monologue about growing up and getting into trouble with his best friend. Lepp’s stories begin appearing biographical, but continue becoming more outrageous until they’re hysterically unbelievable.” — Sean Rogers, The Post, Athens, OH

“The audience could barely stop laughing long enough to catch the next twist in the tale…” — Andrew Milman, Journal Sentinel, WI

“Bil is a clever, versatile, magnificent, and charming writer.” — Flora Joy, Storytelling World Magazine

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