“Everyone is someone else’s childhood crush.”


Please join me in welcoming, multi-published author, Michael John Sullivan as he shares a memory from his childhood.

How a childhood crush propelled his love for a unique combination of poetry, writing and hockey.

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How Being Homeless Inspired a Beautiful Novel

Please welcome, Michael J. Sullivan  as he shares his personal journey that inspired his novel, Necessary Heartbreak: A Novel of Faith and Forgiveness.

At the end of Michael’s post, I have written my review of Necessary Heartbreak: A Novel of Faith and Forgiveness.

It’s a poignant, memorable and inspirational read.

I highly recommend this book for all ages. This book would make a great family read as it opens the lines of communication for a good discussion, especially for book clubs.

By Michael J. Sullivan

I remember vividly when I came close to my breaking point. My unwashed hair was grimy and my clothes smelled from having been worn for three straight weeks. I buried my unshaven face into my jacket as I stepped onto the E train, clinging to my green garbage bag of belongings. It was holiday time and the train was packed but it was my home at night during the winter of 1983-84. I was exhausted from walking so much, searching for a job. A seat opened up between two passengers and I sat down. A well-dressed woman gave me “the look.”

And I wrote.

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