Ron was born in Shrewsbury England and has lived and worked there most of his life interspersed with stints in the U.S.A. and Canada. Ron has travelled extensively, tour managing groups worldwide, and running his own travel company, Ron Morgan Travel until 2001.
He was a teacher of travel, tourism and business for over twenty years and a Green Badge guide to tourists around the medieval town of Shrewsbury.
Since 1995 Ron and his wife Dianne have also devoted time to the charitable fund they founded, Dreamcatcher Children, which brightens the lives of chronically and terminally ill children and their families.
Ron & Dianne continue to live in Shrewsbury as Ron now writes full time, whilst still travelling and watching his beloved local football team Shrewsbury town and of course, reading books whenever he can.
Ronald D Morgan published his first novel 'Don't bring me Flowers' in 2018. In which Billy Williams embarks on an odyssey into the mysterious wartime past of his late father, bringing surprising consequences.
Billy's quest for the truth leads him all over the world from the home countries of Wales and Scotland to South East Asia, Australia, and Japan, where he unearths heart-wrenching stories of bravery, sacrifice, love and survival during World War II in Southeast Asia.
It's a roller coaster of discovery, new relationships and leads to unimaginable changes in Billy's life. This thought-provoking and dramatic tale is available in E-book and paperback on the Amazon store.
In 2019 the author's first children's book 'A Christmas MIracle' was published. This heart-warming festive tale is guaranteed to lift the spirits. Set in the 1930s in a South Walian hill village it tells the tale of a heroic act and the wonderful community efforts of two small boys Dennis and Roy and their faithful dog Lucky! Available on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/RonaldDMorganAuthor
Ron is currently working on a few literary projects including his second novel and also researching the biography of an enigmaticl lady who worked for the Special Operations executive in Cairo during WWII.
The most imminent project for publication which is currently with the fabulous publishers Matador is his autobiographical travel memoir 'Morgan the Travel' where Ron shares travel anecdotes and stories from his varied life in over 50 years of travelling at home and abroad, many of which in the travel industry which has changed immeasurably since his introduction to the travel world at the tender age of 17.
Close to death on more than one occasion travelling has enhanced his knowledge and cultural understanding and he has learned much not least of which about himself, it is fair to say travel has shaped his life. Come and explore his safari of discovery.
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