“Amelia Earhart: The Sky's No Limit should be on everybody's reading list, for it reminds us of just how brave America's 'Lady Lindy' was, how much she accomplished and how great were the risks she knowingly took. Lori Van Pelt, succeeds in capturing Amelia's personality as well as those of the many celebrities who surrounded her. This exceedingly well-written tribute to Amelia Earhart portrays her as a true American Hero, one whose memory needs to be rekindled in these trying times.” —Col. Walter Boyne (USAF, ret.), former director of the National Air and Space Museum, New York Times bestselling author
"Should be on everybody's reading list for it reminds us just how brave America's ‘Lady Lindy' was.” —Col. Walter J. Boyne (USAF, ret.), former director of the National Air and Space Museum
“Van Pelt's biography reignited my admiration for a fearless pioneer who not only broke barriers and pushed back frontiers but also helped spearhead commercial aviation and the advancement of women.” —The Guardian (UK)
“Until now, none of the many books written about Amelia captures the breadth of her life. V an Pelt reminds us why Amelia remains one of America's most vibrant revolutionaries, a leader in the cause for equality and someone for whom even the sky was no boundary.” —Roundup Magazine
Lori Van Pelt is a former newspaperwoman whose nonfiction work has appeared in Pilot Getaways, Private Pilot, and numerous other magazines. Her short fiction has appeared in many anthologies and she is author of books of regional history, including Dreamers and Schemers and Capital Characters of Old Cheyenne. She is a member of Western Writers of America and makes their home on her husband's ranch near Saratoga, Wyoming.