Danuta Pfeiffer is a progressive journalist, best known for her
work in radio and television in San Diego, and as her award-
winning memoir explains, her behind-the-scenes experience as co-host of The 700 Club with Pat Robertson during his run for
She has authored four nonfiction books, among them, Chiseled, A Memoir of Identity, Duplicity, and Divine Wine, which garnered
the Eric Hoffer Finalist Award and two International Gold Medals.
Experiences from Chiseled have been quoted by Pulitzer Prize-
winning author Chris Hedges in his book, American Fascists: The Christian Right and the War on America.
Her book, Watersafe Your Baby in One Week, was the first water
survival technique for infants endorsed by the American Red
Cross, now used worldwide.
She has been a featured author on C-Span TV and a two-time
TEDx speaker. She has written columns for the San Diego Union-Tribune, and her articles appeared in the Coronado Journal, Fair Magazine, and the Oregon Wine Press.
Her new book, Libertas, garnered the Highly Recommended
Award, the Gold Medal, and Runner Up to the 2021 Book of the
Year from the Historical Fiction Company, and a Five Star Gold
Medal from Readers’ Favorite.
Ms. Pfeiffer has been a ski instructor, swim instructor, and long-
distance cyclist. Today, she enjoys making fine wine with her
husband Robin, as owner and manager of Pfeiffer Winery, a
boutique winery and vineyard cuddled in the Coast Range of
Currently, she is working on the second book in the