Michael J. Sullivan

Michael J. Sullivan is an author and sports writer living in New York who graduated from St. John's University, and is a member of the McDonald's All-American Selection Boys Basketball Committee and the Parade All-American Selection Committee.  Michael hosted sports radio shows on WGBB on Long Island, NY, and WEVD 1050AM in New York City, as well as worked with ESPN and Sporting News.  In addition to writing the When Time Forgets series, Michael covers high school and college sports for Fox-owned Scout.com, which involves daily activity on ten to twelve message boards as well as writing approximately 100 articles each month.

Michael has published a number of books through established trade houses, including the trivia book So You Think You're a New Yorker, which was an iconic work lauded by columnist Cindy Adams.  In addition, he published seven sports-themed books for children through Enslow, and a volume of a children’s book series through HarperCollins.

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Necessary Heartbreak

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Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. Treat me nice, I'll treat you better

Q. What are your 5 favorite songs?

A. Land of Hope and Dreams (Bruce Springsteen), White Christmas (Bing Crosby), Summer Wind (Frank Sinatra), Independence Day (Bruce Springsteen), Badlands (Bruce Springsteen)

Q. How would you describe perfect happiness?

A. A quiet evening at the beach, the sun setting, my kids laughing and playing with their friends, a glass of dry white wine, and the ocean waves caressing my feet.

Q. What’s your fantasy profession?

A. To either play basketball or hockey.

Q. What’s your greatest flaw?

A. My moods. Sometimes I get down on myself without reason.

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February 12, 2010

What would it had meant to the Christian world if Judas didn't betray Jesus? This is a question I ask in my novel, "Necessary Heartbreak." I would love to hear your thoughts!

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