Posts Tagged ‘scientists’

Linda Zajac author of Light in the Cellar of the Sea

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Linda I am glad to know you and your work. I don’t have many nonfiction writers here, so we are all ears. Please be welcome to our blog.

How long have you been writing?  

Ten years.

So  you where born in Connecticut …. where do you live now? 

Connecticut.

We heard you have a magazine article that will be published soon. What is the title? 

Light in the Cellar of the Sea.

How interesting …Tell us more about it.    (more…)

Freezing Point review for IjustFinished.com

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

I have enjoyed reading Freezing Point this past week. It is an intriguing tale of two different groups of people who find themselves in opposing roles but still connected to each other in the cold Antarctic. The one group collects icebergs to melt into water for the needs of the population in different parts of the world.

The other is a group of scientists that includes the diabetic wife of their leader together with two environmentalists who are not currently activists, yet are very much in tune with the planet.

All seems to be well until the diabetic woman gets pregnant and is keeping it from her husband or she will be shipped back home where she can have the care she needs. (more…)