The Words That Shaped Me, journalist Aliza Davidovit bears all. Larry King endorsed the cover and Jackie Mason endorsed the back cover with this quote: “Aliza has the brains of Henry Kissinger and the body of Marilyn Monroe. This book is hilarious. I’m glad to say I taught her everything she knows.” 😉
Here is synopsis.
In The Words That Shaped Me, journalist Aliza Davidovit takes the reader through the dictionary while also unfolding her own unusual life as an interviewer of the who’s who, as the too sexy ex-wife of a clergyman, and as a colorful character who somehow cannot have a simple encounter with anyone she meets.
Davidovit ushers the reader through life alphabetically with wisdom, insight, humor and tears, as well as with sexy and intensely private anecdotes resulting from her many interviews and experiences with famous people, interesting personalities, very horny men and her own e-zone.
From A-Z, the reader will travel through adultery, blind dates, life, politics, reincarnation, religion, sex and a whole lot more and will arrive at the end not only etymologically wiser but with a whole new appreciation of the words we live by and how they rule our lives. Not only will readers learn new words but will never think about the ones they know the same again.