In an Amazon review, BSV writes:
Confessions of a Female Safety Engineer, by Wendy S. Delmater, is a compelling read, a genuine “page-turner.” Those who are always open to learning something new will find this book pleasing. The safety engineer jargon is easily understandable and this is an easy, fun read. For those who wish to dig deeper into the subject, a glossary of terms is included at the end. It’s also a human story, one of overcoming obstacles such as that of a single mom having to work 18 hour days, and having the dogged determination to succeed. The really satisfying thing about Confessions of a Female Safety Engineer is that Wendy does succeed, along the way knocking the stuffing out of adversity. It’s reminiscent of a modern-day Horace Greeley epic. The reader’s response throughout the book is “Yay, Wendy!” Highly recommended!
I had to look up Horace Greeley. He became a successful NY editor in a rags-to-riches fashion and rubbed elbows with (and helped publish) Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson. Wow. Thanks, BSV!
In other news, I’m taking auditions for a reader to do an audio book version of Confessions. I’ll let you all know how that goes.