The biographical account of Alison “Alison” Roman is the bestselling book of its kind.
It is the most widely read biography of an American politician in history, with more than 100 million copies sold in its first week.
It has inspired a legion of new memoirs and biographies, and an even larger audience.
Roman, now 94, told NPR in December that her book, “Alisons Rise,” had inspired her to become a writer and to write about her own life.
She said that the book’s popularity was partly because of the power of the book to create change.
“It can change people’s lives, and it’s a great example of how a book can change your life and your career,” she said.
“I’ve had so many opportunities to be a writer, and I don’t think I could have done it without the book.”
Roman told NPR that her biography “was the best book I’ve ever written.
I feel very proud of that.”
And, she added, she wanted to tell her story “in a way that was truthful, and so I wrote a book that was the best of all of them.”
What did you learn from the book?
I learned a lot about being an author, and how you need to have a plan and be prepared to be honest with yourself.
I also learned how to get along with people and how to deal with people who are angry.
I felt that I was a good candidate for a book like that.
But, as you mentioned, I’m not a person who’s going to be the perfect person, so I have to get used to people’s anger.
And I did, and this book, as I said, I feel that it’s one of the best books of my life.
What do you think about the book and what do you hope people take away from it?
It’s so important for people to understand that politics isn’t a game.
It’s real life.
I think that’s what the book is about.
And if I were an author today, I would have a different plan and a different agenda, and that’s why it’s so relevant today.
I hope people have a chance to understand how it was really that they were angry.
You see a lot of people who have anger issues or are really depressed, who are really in denial, and they can’t get to the bottom of it.
And the book really shows how people can get to a place of understanding.
How can we change our own lives?
I think the book was really important for me to get out there and do the thing that I did and to get my own story out there, and get to know my own heart and see who I really am.
And then to be able to do it for other people, because there are so many people who feel the same way about me and feel the way I feel about them.
And there are people who will listen to me and I hope that the way that I talk about this book will change the lives of other people who may not feel that way about the way they feel about their own lives.
It was also important for Alison to come to grips with her own mortality.
And to me, that was really very important, too.
And so the fact that she could get to that place of forgiveness and to actually say to herself, I have this incredible gift, I need to do this for others, that’s really important to me.
But the fact is that I also really want to be there for my children, and to be with them when they’re in crisis, and, you know, to be an advocate for them.
What is the best advice you’ve ever received from a political adviser?
It was really helpful because when I first got to Washington, D.C., my first campaign adviser was the governor of the state of Maryland, and he had this wonderful story to tell about how Alison Roman, as a young woman, had a big political career, and his advice was that Alison had to understand her own place in history.
And she had to accept her place, and she had the right to be in Washington.
And that’s a really important message for all of us.
I had to learn from that.
And also, when I was running for Congress, I got a call from a very good friend of mine, the head of a lobbying firm, and the guy said, “We have to have your book, ‘Alisons rise.'”
I was like, “What?”
And he was like: “Yeah, you have to tell us about this political career.”
And I was thinking to myself, “I really don’t know how to write this book.”
So I just went with it.
I just started to write the book, and then he sent it to me the next day, and after that, the next week, the following week, and all