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Michael John Sullivan was homeless at the age of 23, riding a New York City subway train at night. He only companion was a green plastic bag of belongings. During these bleak days he began writing his most reflective and emotional childhood and adult memories now featured in two of his novels.
After spending much of the past two decades raising two daughters while working at home, Sullivan returned to his notes in 2007 and began writing Necessary Heartbreak: A Novel of Faith and Forgiveness. It was published by Simon & Schuster's Gallery Books imprint. Library Journal named Necessary Heartbreak one of the year's best in Christian fiction for 2010.
His second novel, Everybody's Daughter, was published by Fiction Studio books. The Examiner.com named Everybody’s Daughter one of the best books in 2012. Sullivan has written for CNN.com, The Washington Post’s website, the Huffington Post, and America Online’s Patch.com service.