Author Thomas M. Sullivan Interviewed on Humor Outcasts Radio

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Thomas M. Sullivan Was Just Featured on Humor Outcasts Radio and the Interview is Now Available as a Podcast.

Humorous Author Thomas M. Sullivan

In Sullivan's latest book, he takes everyday events and makes them entertaining and humorous.

Thomas M. Sullivan is a very accomplished humorous author. He's been a regular contributor at Humor Outcasts, has written two published novels, and is becoming quite well-known in the online world. He's talked about all of this in a recent interview with Donna Cavanagh of Humor Outcasts Radio; the interview is now available as a podcast.

Thomas started writing by chance. While working as a driver's education teacher, he decided to write down stories in between driving lessons. These stories are quite witty—most giving readers the oppurtunity for reflection or laughter—and were published as a collection in his first book, "Life in the Slow Lane."

His second book "So Much Time, So Little Change," published in March of 2013 by Wayman Publishing is comprised of humorous essays that many readers are raving about. In a review for "So Much Time, So Little Change," Donna Cavanagh herself wrote, "To me he is a master essayist and storyteller. He takes the most banal events and turns them into gold. Behind all his humor is a wonderful element of truth and purpose. I highly recommend this book to anyone who just loves to smile and at times laugh out loud."

In Sullivan's latest book, he takes everyday events and makes them entertaining and humorous. From highschool, home improvements, haircuts, relationships—this is a book almost anyone can relate to and enjoy. During the interview with Humor Outcasts Radio, listeners will be able to gain a good idea of how humorous his books are.

Listen to Thomas M. Sullivan's latest radio interview and learn more about "So Much Time, So Little Change" here:

Enter to win a copy of Sullivan's latest book here:

For more information or to schedule an interview with author Thomas M. Sullivan, contact Wayman Publishing at waymanpublishing(at)gmail(dot)com.

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