Michael Dorsey

Biography

Michael J. Dorsey is a native son of Yonkers, NY, the city he uses as the backdrop for his series "The Chronicles of Ghost". Born & raised there, he has spent his time seeking to venture out as far as his legs will carry him. Between trekking all across the United States and spending a few years abroad in Europe, he's developed a unique & eclectic taste that shows in every aspect of his personality. This is particularly evident when it comes his writing, which displays a vivid sense of picturesque imagination far beyond his years.
Upon his return to the States, he set forth on the path of bringing his story to the public. And now, after a long & arduous journey, "The Chronicles of Ghost: A Long Week" is readily available to be enjoyed by the reading audience. As for Dorsey himsef, now that he's a published author, he lives by the motto: "If they keep reading, then I'll keep writing".

Smashwords Interview

Describe your desk
On good days, it's just my laptop & hard drives... every other day, though, it looks like a modern art exhibit.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I'm from Yonkers, NY. Some people call it the "Sixth Borough" because it's so close to NYC. It's definitely the kind of place where you need to have your wits about you.
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Where to buy in print


Books

The Chronicles of Ghost: A Long Week
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 35,210. Language: English. Published: July 15, 2014. Categories: Fiction » African American fiction » Urban life, Fiction » Adventure » Action
Most good men are defined by their secrets, but out of a moment of reflex, one man's darkest secrets come to light. "Take every day one at a time and make ‘em count", that’s the motto of Marcus Dawes aka "Ghost". Without warning, Ghost suddenly finds himself thrust back into a world that he fought his way out of years before. His past, present and possible future are about to collide violently ove

Michael Dorsey's tag cloud

action    death    inspire    suspense    urban    violence