Hello and welcome. I'm Dee Willson, author of A Keeper's Truth, coming to booksellers and online retailers worldwide February 2016! Hardcover launch February 2016, Trade Paperback and E Book launch March 2016!

With love and thanks, 
Dee Willson



“A born storyteller who draws us into her world with accomplished writing, novels that touch our hearts and endings that leave us breathless.” 
—D.J. McIntosh, Award Winning Author of The Witch of Babylon
“Dee Willson’s characters cast shadows sharp enough to make even the most jaded reader uneasy. She juxtaposes comfort with peril and the beautiful with the grotesque until the simplest gestures are disquieting and the only way out is forward.”
—Rob Brunet, Author of Stinking Rich
“When Driven Press first received the manuscript for A Keeper's Truth from Dee Willson, we read the first page and knew that this was the kind of book we started this business for. Dee has a wonderful storytelling voice, and her dedication to fine tuning a manuscript to be the best that it can be showed in her submission. It's so wonderful to work with someone who values taking time to publish a book we hope readers will pick up again and again and become a favourite in their libraries.”
—Driven Press, BK Publishing
“Dee Willson is a born story-teller. Her worlds are freshly invented, meticulously considered, and richly told. With GOT she’s created a remarkably original world that looks like ours but isn't ours at all; while A Keeper's Truth dazzles us with an entirely human protagonist and a love interest who is anything but. In all her work she manages to offer what we all want: surprise and delight and laughter, a remarkable achievement.” 
—Catherine Luttinger, Agent, Darhansoff & Verrill, New York
“From her masterful openings to her gut-wrenching finales, Dee Willson writes lush, imaginative stories. Her skill as a craftsman, whose perfect word choices are complimented by her talent for spellbinding plots and memorable characters. I've carved out a special place on my bookshelf for her current novels and plenty of of space for those yet to come.”
—Tanis Mallow, Author