Wayne L. Wilson

Wayne Wilson earned an MA in Education from UCLA and a BA in Sociology from UCSB. He owned a manufacturing company that published multicultural greeting cards and related gifts. Wayne's debut novel was "Soul Eyes. "He's also a screenwriter and member of the WGA. His screenplays have been optioned and he wrote an original treatment and screenplay for Universal Pictures.

Wayne served as a contributing writer for the African American National Biography.
Wayne’s children’s book "Kate, the Ghost Dog, Coping with the Death of a Pet" was published by the American Psychological Association.

Books for Purple Toad Publishing: Renaissance Italy; Famous Fighters: Footsteps to Freedom; Swinging for the Fences: Life In the Negro Leagues; We Were Here First: The Native Americans - The Seminole and also The Blackfeet(interviewed with Tribal leaders); Voices for Protests & Voices for Civil Rights; "Righteous Rockers (series") - Sam Cooke, Little Richard, and Chuck Berry; and the upcoming "Famous Friends (series)."

He wrote text for "The Hoop Kid from Elmdale Park and "The Elite Squad (created by Teko Bernard)."
Wilson wrote comprehensive descriptions of historical and landmark buildings; Developed listings and summaries of organizations and leaders blazing paths of empowerment; and worked on award-winning PBS and Union Bank PSA's involving writing, researching and collecting archival photographs and images of profiles; and obtaining the copyrights and permissions for the programs. In 2014, Wayne researched and wrote stories for PBS featuring heroic and defining moments in US Military History.

Wayne has written over 100 biographies for professionals and celebrities. He wrote a storybook episode of Hong Kong’s popular cartoon TV series: “Bodhi & Friends.”

Wilson has worked as a ghostwriter and researcher for books (including bios and memoirs) about single parenting, environmental pollution, International terrorism, the secret service, and more.

His own voices series, The Move, will depict three stages in the life of Samuel, a young boy growing up in Los Angeles in the 1960’s.

Books By Wayne L. Wilson

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