TA Sullivan


TA Sullivan was born in the back of a cab in Chicago, Illinois, and she has continued to be unconventional in all that she does.

For over thirty years, she has made her living as a technical and marketing writer and editor in such diverse industries as manufacturing, cellular technology, and computer software. She has become quite proficient in turning boring into something readable and entertaining.

Her first book, Escorting the Dead: My Life as a Psychopomp, is an autobiographical look into the world of death escorts and near death experiences. It won praise from critics and readers alike.

Her next book, On Dreams and Dream Symbols, strove to expand people's awareness of their dreams and what those dreams might be trying to tell them.

Her latest books are part of a fantasy/visionary fiction series (Darkwind of Danaria). The first book, The Starstone, introduces us to Joelnar and Neerah, who must rescue the Starstone from the dark Aurisen, Darkwind. The second book, The Globe of Souls, continues their story as they attempt to free the souls imprisoned by the energy manipulator, d'Oessler.

Smashwords Interview

Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes, it was a short story ala Rod Serling (he has always been my go to author). It was called "Aten Means Sun" and it was about a girl who couldn't relate to her parents. She thought they acted oddly and she was embarrassed by them. When they are killed in a car crash, she finds out that they (and therefore she) are aliens from another planet, which is why they never seemed to fit in.
When did you first start writing?
I wrote my first short story, "Aten Means Sun," when I was about 8. After that, there was no holding me back. I was hooked. Writing has always been my medium of choice; I've just expanded my audience to include the world, instead of just my family and friends.
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