About author
Thea Iberall Style: Poet, Novelist, Playwright As a scientist, Thea realized she was more interested in the stories behind the science than the data itself. She began studying writing with Terry Wolverton in Los Angeles in 1990, and she has been writing and publishing ever since. Dr. Thea Iberall is an award-winning writer, storyteller, and scientist. She crosses boundaries between science and the arts, history and the present, and knowledge and emotion.
Thea Iberall
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There are seven sins in the world: Wealth without work, Pleasure without conscience, Knowledge without character, Commerce without morality, Science without humanity, Worship without sacrifice and Politics without principle -Mahatma Gandhi

Thea's Latest Release
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The Swallow and the Nightingale by: Thea Iberall
$20.00 This modern fable is about a 4,000-year-old secret brought through time by the birds. While trying to save her scientific reputation, Dr. Deborah Wright discovers that the swallows at San Juan Capistrano are singing a human song. And her daughter makes an impossible request. Against today’s backdrop of environmental decay, Deborah risks her life to find answers and heal her family and the world. Unaware, she follows an ancient Sufi’s seven valleys towards enlightenment.
Linda Lundell International Artist
" I have read much of Thea Iberall over the years and believe this latest novel to be her best work yet. This story so full of charge and promise to alert us all to the condition of our natural environment and the natural struggle we all share to learn to love more and better. Iberall is a gifted writer and with a productive and great future. "
Elenora Robbins Writer
" I felt the message of the connection between the environment, love, and religion to be so powerful that it stayed with me for days and days. What an amazing writer! What an amazing story! "
Ty Castellarin Teacher
" Science-fiction is often prescient. This book, a masterful blend of science-fiction, history, mythology, and the real science that informs its content, is a cautionary tale about the dangers inherent in industrial and technological dependency. "
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