D.J. Filson published her first book with Green Dragon, which demonstrates her love for dogs. She grew up on a cattle ranch in Western Montana and graduated from the School of Social Work at the University of Montana. D.J. is a supervisor for child protective services and knows the impact dogs have on children. She sees animals as a source of comfort and companionship through her social work.
She is a descendent of John Filson, an author and historian from Kentucky. John Filson’s writings about Daniel Boone made him a prominent figure in the U.S. and Europe. D.J. also loves photography and studied it at Montana State University. She has won numerous awards as a photographer. D.J. publishes articles on the Western U.S. lifestyle and lives in Montana with her furry four-legged companions.