Author Faith SullivanFaith Sullivan was born and raised in southern Minnesota. Married to drama critic Dan Sullivan, she lived twenty-some years in New York and Los Angeles, returning to Minnesota often to keep her roots planted in the prairie. She is the author of Good Night, Mr. Wodehouse (2015), Gardenias (2005),  What a Woman Must Do (2002), The Empress of One (1997), The Cape Ann (1988), Mrs. Demming and The Mythical Beast (1986), Watchdog (1982) and Repent, Lanny Merkel (1981). A “demon gardener, flea marketer, and feeder of birds,” Sullivan lives in Minneapolis with her husband. They have three grown children.

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  1. Dear Faith: I have enjoyed your stories so much as have several of my friends. We love the Harvestore stories and we miss the characters after we finish reading about them. We are wondering if you have considered a new book about the fate of Shirley who went to Wyoming in Gardenias. She would be a character that could be very interesting to read about. We do love Lark and if her life could go on, that too would make some interesting reading. Thanks for your great imagination and writing style.
    Sincerely, Gay Rice

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