Dr. Rudolph R. Windsor is an internationally known author and speaker in the areas of history, and self-development. He is the author of five books. His best-selling books are as follows:
From Babylon to Timbuktu
The Valley of the Dry Bones
Dr. Windsor graduated from Gratz College in the 1970s and received a B.A. Degree in Hebrew language, history, and culture. Also, he received his Masters and Doctoral Degrees from the University of Metaphysics. In order to learn more about writing historical novels, Dr. Windsor has read many books on that subject.
After the January, 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Dr. Windsor traveled to Haiti with members of a Haitian Seven Day Adventist church in the Atlanta area to help the victims with their recovery and rebuilding. He spent most of his adult life in Philadelphia, PA where he married and raised four sons and a daughter. He now resides in a suburb of Atlanta, GA.
Over the years, he has traveled throughout America and abroad lecturing in the Middle East, Central America, and Africa. Also, Dr. Windsor has appeared on radio and TV shows.
Mary L. (Robinson) Windsor was born in Charlotte, NC. At the age of 3, her family relocated to Waterbury, CT. She received her early education and college in this New England city. She attended Famous Writers School in CT, and as a result of that training, she wrote filers for various magazines and organization.
She received her B.S. Degree in Business Administration from Indiana University and an MBA in Business from Indiana Wesleyan University. She also holds a B.S. Degree in Spiritual Counseling from the University of Metaphysics, and she is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in the same area. Her counseling work spans several U.S. states.
Mrs. Windsor is an active member of Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. In 1994, she married Dr. Rudolph R. Windsor. As a result of this union, they have a blended family of five sons and a daughter.
During her marriage to Dr. Windsor, Mary has been heavily engaged in the publication of three of his five books. She is the co-author of their latest book, Barak and Deborah United: love, freedom, and spirituality. She has been on the lecture circuit, and has appeared on radio programs. Mary manages to find time to work on her humanitarian projects, and she has other novels in mind.
Dr. Rudolph R. Windsor established the Windsor Golden Series Publications Company in 1986 after two New York publishers discontinued his first two books: From Babylon to Timbuktu and The Valley of the Dry Bones.
After living in Philadelphia for more than 30 years, the author believed strongly that his books had great sales potential because of their unique contents. The fact that his books continue to be sold on the internet and at major bookstore chains and distributors such as Barnes and Noble, Baker & Taylorís and Lushena Books, Inc., is a testament to the public appeal of Dr. Windsors's writings.
Windsor Golden Series Publications has printed three additional titles for Dr. Windsor. They are Judea Trembles Under Rome, When Is the Next War? and Deborah and Barak. These books deal with the prophesies of Nostradamus, African history and the black Hebrews.