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Former Kish College instructor co-authors book with psychic aunt

Published: Saturday, March 16, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

Former Malta resident and village trustee Kim Osborn Sullivan released her first nonfiction book for adults this year through Llewellyn Worldwide. “I Saw Your Future and He’s Not It: A Psychic’s Guide to True Love” is an entertaining and informative book that was co-written with Sullivan’s aunt, psychic adviser Louise Helene.

With more than 30 years of experience advising women on matters of the heart, psychic Louise Helene shares powerful lessons and wisdom through personal stories from her clients. Learn about their tales of unfortunate misunderstandings, heartbreaking mistakes, real connections and more. Each chapter – from finding love to dealing with a bad relationship – highlights how readers can use their intuition to guide them through the toughest relationship problems. With simple exercises designed to help readers develop their own psychic edge, they can successfully navigate the murky waters of love and romance. “I Saw Your Future and He’s Not It” is available through bookstores and online retailers.

Kim Osborn Sullivan’s first book was a young adult fantasy novel called “Stones of Abraxas” that was published in 2006 by Medallion Press. The sequel, “Heroes of Abraxas” (Kissing Frog Books, 2012) came out last year. She also has published two nonfiction books for young adults that focus on international politics topics. Muammar Al-Qaddafi’s Libya (2008) and Slobodan Milosevic’s Yugoslavia (2009) were both released by Lerner Publishing as part of their series for high school students about dictatorships.

Sullivan is a lifelong Illinois resident who currently lives in Yorkville with her family and teaches political science at Waubonsee College in Sugar Grove. She grew up in Chicago and received a Ph.D. from Northern Illinois University.

Further details about the book, including upcoming signings and appearances are available at www.KOsbornSullivan.com.

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