A Little Something About C.S. Dorsey
I am a lovable person with a great love for the cat that I don’t have. I love cats and everything about them. My future cat name is Kim Chi. Which is the same name as Sissy’s cat in The Unsacred Gift. I love to read for fun. I love reading books written by indie authors because they are so creative in there writing. I also love reading authors that are on the shelves of B&N as well. I don’t have a particular author I like. I like any book that doesn’t make me fall asleep.
When I write I try to write what captures my attention. Anyone can write all day and night but if it does not capture the attention of the reader, then it’s all for not. For me if a book I start writing doesn’t draw me in once I go back over it then it’s deleted...and it’s back to the white pages on the word document.
I love the Twilight Saga. Which I am pretty sure I am not the only grown woman who thinks the teen character by the name of Jacob is cute. I mean...let’s be real the boy is hot (literally). Put my neck on the gallows if you want. I will be saying he is a cute till the day I die.
OK, so enough about cute boys. A lot of people wanted to know how in the world did I write a book in 2 ½ months. I say...no children...not married...and live at home with mom. Besides the full time job I have to attend because I need money for food to survive, I have a little time on my hands. For me it is very important to set goals and actually accomplish them. The time that I have now, I am going to milk until I get married and have children. By then hopefully I would have ten books written by then, so wish me luck.
Bio:C. S. Dorsey currently lives in Northern California. She graduated from the University of Phoenix with an Associate’s Degree in Financial Services, and is currently working for a financial institution. She never thought about writing until one day this girl started talking to her in her head and never stop.
The Unsacred Gift
Author: C.S. Dorsey
Published By: Createspace
When Sissy was six, she had her first vision of her sister’s (Misty) disappearance. Her mother (Tina) said she had a bad dream, but not long after that Misty vanished before Sissy’s eyes. No one believed her, so Sissy pretend to act like everyone else, like Misty never disappeared and never existed. For the past fifteen years Misty’s disappearance has haunted Sissy’s dreams. She could hear the ear piercing screams at night of her sister begging for help. Sissy tries to help her, but never succeeds.
Sicily “Sissy” Monroe attends the University of Washington and is in her senior year majoring in Psychology. She has all the makings of a perfect young lady, ageless skin, flawless long black hair, full kissable lips and eyes that are shaped like almonds. She is almost where she wants to be in life. But laying deep in the pupil of her eye’s hold something that she cannot get rid of, which interferes with her plans.
In addition to the nightmares, Sissy has found that as she gets older her visions became stronger and more vivid than before. Because of the first vision of Misty, and the second of a teacher in high school, Sissy wants no part in another person’s death. For years, Sissy tried to avoid having friends and relationships because she feared their fate. Most importantly she tries to avoid her family. She has no plans of ever going back home to California. When her mother calls her to tell her about her granny’s birthday party, she is reluctant to go. Going back home was not on her list of priorities, but she is going for her mother. Little did Sissy know she cannot run from her past.
During her weekend at home, new developments surface. Her mother has been dating (Mark) for the past two years; her grandmother has the same gift she does; an old high school fling (Chris) comes clean about his love for Sissy; and an unknown girl from the grave begins stalking her dreams. Sissy begs for someone to admit her to the hospital, but she can’t get the words out. Her grandmother is the only one who can help her, but even then it’s too late. Two days after her birthday party, Sissy’s grandmother dies. However, it’s no shock to Sissy, because she knew death was coming for her grandmother—leaving Sissy alone once again. But she will soon discover that her sister Misty, the visions, and the dreams of the unknown girl were just a mere image of herself.
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