Colleen Baxter Sullivan was born in Montreal, Canada. Her love for the city and its culture led her to write her first novel “Lil’s Way” and now its sequel “Jaded.” Never tiring of Montreal, she still roams its many streets in search of new and exciting treasures.
She is intrigued with the working of the mind, and continuously studies the effects of mental illness, both with people suffering it and how it is viewed by the public. She hopes that her many characters, might bring a better understanding of how this illness, and the stigma surrounding it is greatly misunderstood.
She started writing almost as soon as she learned to read. As a child she loved to journal. Every thought and adventure was recorded. This led her to write poetry and many short stories. Her passion for life and her vivid imagination is evident in her writing. She is best known for her description and detail. This makes her characters come alive.
She now resides in Deux-Montagnes, a small community on the outskirts of Montreal with her greatest joy, her family. She is a wife, mother and grandmother.
“Jaded” is her second novel. It is the sequel to “Lil’s Way.” She is presently writing her third novel.