Tag Archives: Aliza Werner

August 24

THE ASSIGNMENT by Liza Wiemer: MAKE HISTORY – SPEAK UP! – Book Review by Aliza Werner

The lie about history is that it remains in the past.   History is persistent and if left unattended, or in untrustworthy hands, it has the potential to breathe new life into its darkest, deadliest disasters. History is a shapeshifter. It hopes you do not recognize a wolf in sheep’s clothing, or war disguised as […]

November 28

Magic by Aliza Werner

A university student, in the last days of her senior year, wandered down the creaky staircase of her Boston brownstone with a blanket in one hand, a book in the other. Finding a patch of front-yard grass, she kicked off her sandals, stretched out in the late spring sunshine, and creased open her new copy […]