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Eleanor Sullo

Colchester, Connecticut, United States


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About the Author

Eleanor Sullo found many of her lifetime dreams fulfilled during a ten week period in 2001. She sold her first two romance novels, and contracted with Paulist Press for her memoir, 100 SEASONS OF LOVE. THE MOONRAKERS is now out at Wings Press, Inc., and THE EMERALD EYE is available online at Treble Heart Books, and soon to be in trade paperback. A graduate pastoral minister and spiritual director who conducts retreats and workshops for families and individuals, Eleanor Sullo received her Bachelor’s degree in English, magna cum laude, from Central Connecticut State University where she taught English with a university fellowship. She received her MA degree in Pastoral Ministry, with a certificate in Spiritual Direction from St. Joseph College, West Hartford, Connecticut and worked in religious education and adult faith formation with the Catholic Diocese of Norwich and in several parishes. She is a certified Meyers-Briggs counselor for Personality Typing for Psychological Development, and uses the well-known personality instrument in couples’, parents’ and family workshops.
Ms. Sullo currently writes as a columnist for The American Catholic, Bristol, Connecticut, where her food-and-spirituality column, “Soul Seasonings” has appeared monthly for the past three years. For four years she was a food columnist for The Journal-Inquirer of Manchester, Connecticut. She has co-authored two booklets of meditations for My Daily Visitor, and McCall’s, Northeast Magazine, Our Sunday Visitor, The Hartford Courant, Manchester Journal-Inquirer, The Colchester Regional Standard and several online sites have published over 100 articles of her non-fiction. Her short fiction has appeared in Thema, The Belletrist Review, The American Catholic, True Experience, Vermont Ink and The Palo Alto Review, which nominated her short story, “Fortunato on Bread,” for a Pushcart Prize for Short Fiction in 1997.
Ms. Sullo lives with her husband, her children and grandchildren and assorted four-legged friends at Cana Community in Colchester, Connecticut. Her gardening and culinary adventures lend spice to her spiritual and artistic pursuits.

Interests: Writing, Travel, Cooking, Gardening, SPiritual Work

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