Bio: C. Wayne Winkle is a board-certified family psychologist with thirty years experience in the field. He earned his doctorate at Texas A&M University at Commerce where he wrote the major portion of a National Institute of Mental Health grant for the university.
In 1980, Winkle received the AAMFT Dissertation Research Award for excellence in writing and research. He was nominated to Who’s Who in American Writing in 1982. Dating from 1986, Winkle has been listed in several Who’s Who publications. These include Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, Who’s Who Among Emerging Leaders in America, and Who’s Who Among Human Service Providers.
His writing credits include five articles published in professional journals, a chapter in a professionally-edited book, three grant proposals, and two book reviews. In addition he has sold an article to LIVING WITH TEENAGERS. At the current time, he has two non-fiction ebooks published and is working on yet another novel.
Winkle and his wife of 31 years, Vicki, live in Ft. Smith, Arkansas. They are the proud grandparents of Collin and Emily.
Terance Wolfe knew what it was like to lose everything. In the space of six years, he lost his freedom, his business, his wife and son. Then he got his freedom handed back to him. What could he do? In this time of severe water crisis, all he could do was go to work for the one corporation that seemed to be searching for water successfully: The Bennington Corporation, BenCor. And in the only place water could be found: Antarctica. There he faced not only the terrible conditions under which he... more info>>
Roger Hilton is an ambitious young man, and he hates to lose. Having proved himself in the Army, he comes home to marry his first love. But a boyfriend he didn't even know about came back home also, and Rachel gives him his ring back. This first loss stings him so, he moves away. Politics has been his ambition since a young child, and the move gives him an opportunity. Swearing off women, he plunges into making his life over. Then Nell Scott comes into view. Their attraction is mutual, but there... more info>>
1899. When Micah Albright's only granddaughter, Addie, is kidnapped, he falls back on his experience as a U.S. Marshal to hunt down the kidnappers and bring Addie back. He fights the increasing effects of the cancer killing him to rescue her. When he confronts the kidnappers, he faces a question: Who hired them to kidnap Addie?