The Dream Seeker
JAZZ MAN in the Pocket
What People Are Saying
The Journey Home
The Journey's End
About Michael J. Sullivan
Evolution of a Writer
Mike Sullivan and his wife Ginny reside in Sonora, California. Their blended family has four children and seven grandchildren. Mike was born on May 1, 1945. He graduated from Saint Mary’s College, Moraga, California in 1968 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. In 1969, Mike enlisted in the US Army. Following his discharge in 1971, Mike pursed his teaching credential at San Francisco State University.
“I taught in public schools for three years and then another five as a special education teacher at the Stockton Development Center in Stockton, California before finding my niche as a teacher in the State Prison System at Sierra Conservation Center, Jamestown, California. After five years in the classroom, I spent four years as a correctional officer…
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The Dream Seeker
Dylan Steward is a young man who has elected to live the safe life of a newspaper reporter—a life without risks or danger—while ignoring his true passion. Although he is quite successful in his writing career, the tragic death of his beautiful wife leaves his life vacant and pointless. Carrying his feelings of desperation and loss over into his work, his writing career is soon headed to the trash bin. But ironically, a special assignment leads him to pursue an old dream as a jazz musician, where he finally realizes his true meaning in life. The repercussions of this job assignment change both Dylan’s and his employer’s lives forever.
The Dream Seeker follows Mr. Sullivan’s emotionally charged Forgotten Flowers trilogy.