Author of Save Them All and a wildlife rehabilitator, Linda Bergman-Althouse, is an environmental activist and staunch advocate for animal rights. She grew up in rural Macon County, Illinois and is an Eastern Illinois University alumna. Following retirement from the U. S. Marine Corps, she entered the North Carolina Educational System as a college Psychology Instructor, Industry Training Developer and currently facilitates Transition Readiness Seminars for exiting U.S. Military members. Linda resides in downeast North Carolina with her husband, John.
Interests: enjoying wildlife, writing, cooking and eating great food, music (playing, singing and listening), my cats, teaching, kayaking, keeping fit and keeping up with family happenings across the US, especially watching my adorable grandaughter, Sydney, grow.
Favorite Books: Fallen Angels, Midnight Lemonade, The Giants’ Child, A Wish For Wings That Work, By Way of Water, One Shot at Forever, Save Them All (my book)
Favorite Movies: Argo, The Hurt Locker, Lawless, War Horse, Avatar, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Abe Lincoln – Vampire Hunter, Little Miss Sunshine, The Abyss, Cold Mountain, Howls Moving Castle, JuneBug, 8 Below, JarHead, Wedding Crashers, The Hurt Locker, In Her Shoes, Capote, Beautiful Mind, The Science of Sleep (I have so many!)
Favorite TV Shows: Survivor, Project Runway, Amazing Race, Grey’s Anatomy, America’s Next Top Model, Mike & Molly, Body of Proof, Chopped, The Middle, Shark Tank, Person of Interest, The Voice
My Heroes: My husband John, Jane Goodall, Steve Irwin, Susan Butcher, Diane Fossey, My Daughter Taryn, The US Military