I recently found someone collapsed in 20 below freezing when I was on a trail run in a snowstorm. She was experiencing homelessness and had spent the night in the woods. I called 911 and EMS quickly arrived in an ATV. Remarkably, I ran into her a few days later! Thankfully she was doing well and had found temporary housing in town! 

I posted a few videos to TikTok about my experience in finding her in this condition, and the coincidental follow-up when we met again. These videos now have more than half a million views, with hundreds of touching comments expressing concern and the desire to help.

I contacted the local Homeless Shelter, The Poverello Center, and they set up a fundraiser. Please consider giving a few dollars. Thank you!
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Not your run of the mill psychological thriller …
Comfortably casual and yet subtly elegant, highlighting the beauty in nature and in the relationships we cultivate …
A splendid contemporary novel.
– Indies Today
Dorsey’s attention to detail gives power to his twisted plot … Through expert revelations and well-placed details Dorsey upends expectations -- and likely readers’ sense of reality.
– BookLife


A touching amalgamation of the poignant, amusing, and unpredictable, yet ultimately a tale of friendship, the meaning of connection as an adult.

Following childhood trauma, Susan pursued ever increasing social and emotional isolation, eventually finding herself living in the Montana wilderness, dissatisfied and uncertain why. Shouldering her backpack, she heads into the woods seeking inspiration, maybe answers. The adventure derails as tragedy forces her to acknowledge festering wounds, confront the scars beneath, and seek catharsis, forgiveness.

Literary Fiction

Sub-Genres: Mystery, Psychological Drama, LGBTQ+

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