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Julie Sullivan-Detheridge

Welcome to My Blog!


To the reader,


Thank you for taking interest in my books and also in me as a writer. I write books centered around the black experience that may be hidden due to cultural insensitivity, bigotry, or a myriad of other issues. I hope to use this blog to create thought provoking content not only around my book, but also ideas you can apply to your everyday lives. I hope you enjoy the books and keep checking my blog!





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The Philadelphia Inquirer Article

I had the most amazing conversation with Valerie Russ about my book The World is Full of Champions. Click the link to check it out! https://www.inquirer.com/news/julie-sullivan-novel-the-world-is-full

Stories from Forgotten Children: Shona

“If you do not leave this place, we will kill your children,' they said." – Shona, 12 years old from Afghanistan Why did you come to Greece and how did you get here? Back in Afghanistan, some people w

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Sullivan‘s novel draws the reader in from the onset as two families recon with class, culture and societal status in a most intimate and riveting way. A true page turner.

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What a fascinating and interesting read. Julie is an excellent writer who tells stories in a way that hits home to her readers in a deeply personal way. Keep sharing your stories with us, Julie, and thank you!

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Nicholas Greeff
Nicholas Greeff
Feb 16, 2023

This was a great read! Definitely recommend it. So much to learn in between the covers.

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Avi8ted Thoughts
Avi8ted Thoughts
Feb 16, 2023

Thank you for taking the time to document and share your relevant perspective!

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Hope Sullivan
Hope Sullivan
Feb 16, 2023

I read Julie Sullivan's book about her maternal grandfather and it reads like a beautiful symphony. Julie's masterful command of the English language is as powerful as it is delicate... She weaved the story of her legacy with poignancy. I highly recommend that you find her book about Lawson's Bay... Against the Tide.

Thank me later.

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