In the Cockpit with Chuck Yeager

In the Cockpit with Chuck Yeager is the first volume in Passion for Flight, a series of short biographies (20,000 words or less) regarding notable pilots who inspire young and old alike to take to the skies. Brig. Gen. Charles Elwood “Chuck” Yeager was the first person to break the sound barrier, on Oct. 14, 1947. More

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About Di Freeze

Di Freeze is the founder of Freeze Time Media, which offers writing, editing, formatting and publishing services for print and ebooks. Over the past few years she has edited and published books in the categories of self-help, children's, fiction (including historical), short stories, and commentaries.

Her aviation features are the basis for a series, Passion For Flight (In the Cockpit with...), geared towards inspiring young adults to fly. The first ten biographies are available as ebooks on Amazon and B&N. Volumes one through three — featuring Chuck Yeager, Bob Hoover and Cliff Robertson — are available on Amazon. Volumes four and five, featuring Barron Hilton and Clay Lacy, will be available in the near future.

Di co-wrote "From the Ground Up: From the Tractor to the Sabre," with Talmage E. Miller, a Colorado aviation sales pioneer.

In 2009 she wrote briefly for A Time To Love, an online relationship magazine. Her interviews included astronaut Charlie Duke, the Love Boat's Gavin MacCleod, and professional BMX racer Donny Robinson.

From 2000 to 2008, she was editor-in-chief for Airport Journals. She interviewed well-known aviators regularly for feature biographies for our print and online publications. Those interviews included Chuck Yeager, Bob Hoover, Tex Hill, Barron Hilton, Clay Lacy, Burt and Dick Rutan, Harrison Ford, Morgan Freeman, John Travolta, Patty Wagstaff, Sean Tucker, Gene Cernan, Bill Anders, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy, Steve Fossett, AL Ueltschi and many others.

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