THE WAVE WOMAN BOOK TOUR 2021
Friday, July 16 at Noon (EST): News Channel 8 WFLA TV, Tampa, Florida, See It Here
Wednesday, July 21 at 6PM: California Surf Museum, Click Here
Thursday, July 22 at 11AM: Coronado Public Library, More Info Click Here
Saturday, July 24 at 1-3PM: Surf of July Weekend at Outlets in San Clemente
Sunday, July 25 at 11AM-2PM: Bay Books, Coronado, More Info Click Here
Monday, July 26 at 10:30AM (EST): NBC, South Florida
Tuesday, July 27 at 10AM (PST): Los Angeles KTLA TV, Channel 5, Interview with Reporter Liberte Chan
Wednesday, July 28 at 5:30 –7:30PM: Meet ‘n Greet at Warm Collective, Costa Mesa, CA Click Here
Thursday, July 29 at 9:15AM (CT): Chicago TV WGNTV, See it Here
Thursday, July 29 at 4PM: Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, Click Here
Friday, July 30 at 6-8PM: Duke’s Restaurant Malibu, Author Vicky Durand with Surf Writer Jim Kempton and Kathy Kohner a.k.a. The Real Gidget, Click Here
Saturday, July 31 at 10AM: Book Party at One Gun Ranch, Malibu Pier, Click Here
“Betty Heldreich Winstedt, the Wave Woman, was a true adventurer at a time when it was much harder to stake out that turf.”
~ Yvon Chouinard, founder, Patagonia
“Wave Woman Betty Heldreich is the kind of person I admire—women and men who are one hundred percent, authentically themselves. I am inspired by her positive resilience and passion for life.”
~ Carissa Moore, pro surfer and Women’s World Tour Champion
“Morph together Amelia Earhart, Frida Kahlo, Emily Dickinson and Esther Williams and you have Betty Pembroke Heldreich Winstedt—a 20th Century Wonder Woman.”
~ Ben Marcus, former editor of Surfer Magazine
Catch the Wave with Our Updates!
You are today where your thoughts have brought you. You will be
tomorrow where your thoughts have taken you.
Philosophy defines the dynamic and hard-fought life of Betty Pembroke Heldreich who believed that anything exciting was worth trying at least once. When her airplane went down, the young pilot got back up.
Wave Woman is a charming and intimate biography, a love letter from a daughter to her progressive mother who broke glass ceilings with simple curiosity and desire. Betty trained to swim in the 1936 Olympic Games. She eloped on a hunch and learned the tough lessons of love. With an entrepreneurial creativity and a drive for self-sufficiency, Betty found meaning as a sculptor, a dental hygienist, a jeweler, a fisherwoman, a potter and a poet.
In Hawaii, the thrill of big waves crashing at Makaha Beach inspired the 41-year-old mother to pick up a surfboard, conquer her fears and compete as a champion!
Wave Woman speaks clearly to all women–and men–searching for self-confidence, fulfillment and true happiness.