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Maple Grove authors
Christine Bauer shares a series of life-altering moments in her book, Those Three Words.
Maple Grove resident Thomas Sullivan is no ordinary writer. He is one of a special few who can say he is a USA Today best-selling author (for Case White) and Pulitzer Prize nominee (for The Phases of Harry Moon)—yet if you try to define his genre of writing, you might find yourself at a loss.
By the age of 6, Sullivan had already lived in a dozen countries and experienced the joys and hardships of traveling. With this mobility came an introduction to global cultures, people and places. Sullivan used his observations to influence his fiction writing.