We live in difficult times. Since the 9/11 attacks on the United States we have been on a constant war footing. The world's great religions are embattled, fighting each other, and often fighting hemselves internally.
The elderly are under siege across the globe, fighting elder abuse in their homes, often from family members, and fighting efforts to legalize euthanasia internationally.
Author Ron Winter writes about all of these issues, and more, in his blog columns and in his books. He has penned two works of non-fiction, Masters of the Art, A Fighting Marine's Memoir of Vietnam, and Granny Snatching, How a 92-Year-Old Widow Fought the Courts and Her Family to Win Her Freedom.
His first novel, The Hypocrite, questions whether religion provides a blueprint for faith and ethical living, or a means to manipulate.
All three books can be purchased at this website, and will be shipped signed by the author. The issues that face the world will not go away soon, and Ron Winter intends to keep writing as long as he is able and the public is interested. Enjoy!
Ron Winter is an author, public relations executive and award winning journalist. He has written two non-fiction books: Masters of the Art, A Fighting Marine's Memoir of Vietnam published by Random House; and Granny Snatching, How a 92-Year-Old Widow Fought the Courts and Her Family to Win Her Freedom, published by Nightengale Press.
Ron's latest book The Hypocrite, also published by Nightengale Press, is his first novel.
Ron flew 300 combat missions as a Marine helicopter machine gunner in Vietnam and was awarded 15 Air Medals, Combat Aircrew Wings, and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry among many other decorations.
After Vietnam he earned undergraduate degrees in Electrical Engineering and English Literature. In a two-decade journalism career Ron was the recipient of several prestigious awards for public service and a Pulitzer nomination. In 2004 he was honored by the Library of Congress at the launch of its Voices of War project.