Zoom Book Club Appearance
Wake Forest Alumni Book Club
May 5, 2021
Zoom Author Interview with NursePreneurs!
April 12, 2021
Chosen as Author of the Day by Manybooks!
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April 8, 2021
And We're on Shelves!
- Barnes & Noble
- Fact & Fiction, Your Favorite Missoula Bookstore
Missoula Peeps, support me and your local bookstore simultaneously!
Obligatory photos at my Local Barnes & Noble as well as Fact & Fiction
April 8, 2X
A double news day!
Level Up: International Author!
Someone in Germany bought My Father's Indian. Danke mein freund! Hurra!
March 24, 2021
5 Star Professional Book Review from Indies Today
"My Father’s Indian: How a Butterfly Split the Oak is not your run of the mill psychological thriller. Susan is a progressive character, one that readers can relate to in the different stages of this curious story. As the story begins, Susan isn’t particularly likable; her behavior and rationale seem childish and selfish, almost annoying. But as the harrowing mystery unfolds, the perception of Susan completely reverses and you begin to see her as vulnerable and repressed. Her evolution is determined and rewarding, all leading to a satisfying conclusion. The voice of the narrative is comfortably casual and yet subtly elegant, highlighting the beauty in nature and in the relationships we cultivate … Dorsey has penned a splendid contemporary novel that you’ll be glad you didn’t miss out on."
March 21, 2021
Goodreads Giveaway Ended with 522 Entrants
Congratulations to the winners!
March 13, 2021
Signed with a Distributor!
My Father's Indian is now available in numerous online stores, as well as wholesale to Booksellers.
February 23, 2021
Hardback Available, Exclusive to Amazon
February 22, 2021
Professional Book Critic Blurb and New Back Cover
"Dorsey’s attention to detail gives power to his twisted plot. Readers likely will put full credence in Susan’s various versions of events, but through expert revelations and well-placed details Dorsey upends expectations -- and likely readers’ sense of reality. Susan’s memories of her father are rendered in a stark, unforgiving light, and Dorsey captures the raw and empty feeling of emotional paralysis as Susan ruins her relationships through her inability to come to terms with her past."
December 13, 2020
The Word Spreading...
In a Most VanLife Way