Harrison F. Carter graduated from University with a bachelor's degree, after studying physical and human geography. After spending several years travelling and searching for a life to settle into, he now works with blind and visually impaired children, teaching skills for safe mobility and promoting independence and well-being in their lives.
Writing has always played a part of his family's life, and The Roots of Elmore's Existence is his first novel.
Willoughby Elmore is a steward to a forest of sequoia trees in Northern California. After too many years in solitude, his life appears empty, and his spirit has waned. One morning, Willoughby rises from a dream so vivid he cannot distinguish it from reality. The power of it awakens him. Willoughby dares to believe that his life can be different - that it can be whatever he chooses to make of it.