Blue Sullivan

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Blue Sullivan is a Contributing Writer for Slant Magazine and the Senior Arts Editor, Contributing Writer for Insite Magazine where he has interviewed music & arts luminaries including Johnny Depp, Jerry Seinfeld, Jeff Bridges, Barbara Streisand, Terry Gilliam, Benicio del Toro, Kevin Smith, Eric Bogosian, Oasis, Radiohead and Weezer. In 2004, he sold the motion picture screenplay, Saturday 2am, to Cucaloris Films, a production company founded by Producer Stephen Israel, known for Swimming with Sharks. Sullivan has a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, Minors in Mathematics & Communications, graduating magna cum laude from Auburn University and a Masters of Professional Writing, graduating summa cum laude from the University of Southern California.

Your Ex-boyfriend Will Hate This

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Published by Limitless Publishing 

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Your Ex-boyfriend Will Hate This, a relationship advice book that differentiates itself by mostly not being about dating at all. Instead, it’s about answering the four core questions in life:

1) Who are you?

2) Where are you?

3) Where are you going?

4) Who are you going with?

The book posits that the last of these questions can only be satisfactorily resolved by answering the other three first. You must know who you are before you can know where you are in life. You must understand where you are in life before you can decide where your life is headed. And you must know the destination before you can choose the right “travel” partner.

To address these essential questions, the book invites the reader to contemplate the origins of their ideas on love, their ideas of what constitutes the “perfect” mate, their ideas of their own personal “type” and, most important, their ideas of themselves, including their own capacity to love and be loved.

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