Ron L Winter
Ron Winter grew up on a farm in central Wisconsin. After a career that included secondary and community college teaching, factory work, and carpentry, he is retired to a 200-acre forest paradise on Corkscrew Ridge in Dunn County, Wisconsin.
In addition to his writing, Ron operates his bulldozer, tears down and rebuilds the old farmstead, harvests and sells birch for charity, plants trees, and gardens.
He lives with Mary, his wife of twenty years, not far from his two children and two grandchildren in the Twin Cities and close to his two stepchildren and grandchild.
by Ron L Winter
(4.14 from 7 reviews)
Published: December 18, 2012
Paul Kostner searches for his roots and a genuine self-image when he decides to move back to the land in a rural community of total strangers. He leaves the company of a beautiful woman and bonds to a wounded farmstead he struggles to heal. In the process he hopes to reconnect with a teenage daughter, sobriety, and his soul.