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The moment I met Sarah Cunningham I was blown away by her passion, deep wisdom, and love for God. Without question she is a voice that we all need to be listening to. Picking Dandelions is a beautifully honest look at life, the struggle of faith, and embracing change in our lives. -Mike Foster, Potsc.com
Well... the rumor is Donald Miller wrote the book under the pen name, Sarah Cunningham (joking). Benarment.com
Does Cunningham have anything to offer in this crowded [memoir] genre? Absolutely. For one thing, great writing. I read a lot of books, and a very few are characterized by the quality of writing in this book. A few pages into this memoir and I relaxed. It's the same feeling you get (I imagine) when you're being chauffeured by someone who really knows how to drive. -Daryl Dash
Sarah describes herself as a moderate middle-class white girl who grew up in the Michigan countryside, but speaks about God with humor and honesty more characteristic of liberal west-coast writers. Anne Lamott is one of her faves. Susanisaacs.net
It's sort of refreshing that Sarah, raised in the right wing, can weave elements of faith into a spiritual memoir too because it suggests that there are valid, messy spiritual discoveries for all of us, no matter what corner of the earth or political landscape we grow up on. -Anne Jackson, Flowerdust.net
[Sarah Cunningham] is a great writer. She's an interesting person. She's got excellent stories to tell and makes thoughtful observations about contemporary Christianity. I loved this book. Jasonboyett.com
...[Sarah] she has found how to tell compelling stories as Sarah Cunningham much like Donald Miller tells authentic stories as Donald Miller. You don't feel like you're reading a Miller clone, but you do have someone who knows how to tell a good story, to share self-deprecating scenarios, and to reflect on meeting God in the everyday scenes of life. -Ed Cyzewski, Inamirrordimly.com
Cunningham's writing is refreshing, particularly because she's a female contemporary--only two years older than me. I'm tired of reading about the spiritual journeys of 40 year-old men. -Amy Sondova
In Sarah Cunningham, I find all of the the raw, unembellished honesty, the fervent hope, and handcrafted needlework of poetic prose that made me fall in love with Anne Lamott. -Ian Scott Patterson
Cunningham's writing is crisp and entertaining, and her humor gently self-deprecating. She gleans her spiritual insights from the most mundane moments, but that doesn't make them mundane insights. -Marilyn Matevia
Somewhere along the way, maybe it was effective marketing, I got the impression this was going to be an awesome book. The hype got me. But the book didn't. Read morePublished on January 18, 2012 by Charlie H.
This book was pretty enjoyable and I could picture myself in many of the scenes. However, it felt a little disjointed, with an excess of words trying to tie it all together. Read morePublished on October 10, 2010 by Farmer's Wife
Sara is able to with wit touvh everyday life. This book was written with a lot of heart.Published on October 8, 2010 by Randy Tramp
Loved Sarah's way with words. Very deep yet never boring. Drew you into each phase of her life. One could really identify with her growth from being "religious" to a... Read morePublished on September 23, 2010 by Mary A.
The theme behind this book was beautiful, however I don't know how anyone would think this was a good book. The aithor just rambled on. Very BORING!Published on September 19, 2010 by Tk3k
"A memoir for the rest of us. No great shocking conversion, just the beauty of simply belief"
Picking Dandelions is a memoir, a perspective of the life of Sarah... Read more
Reading this book was almost like reading the story of my life. It was uncanny how many experiences I've shared with its author. Read morePublished on August 8, 2010 by Amy L. Maris
The Christian Book industry has changed rather drastically over the past decade or so. It used to be you couldn't pick up a book in the "Christian Living" section without its... Read morePublished on August 5, 2010 by Nathan Edwards
For the last few years, I have enjoyed reading spiritual memoirs from a few different authors. They usually employ some sort of humor, documentation of a grand trip or experience,... Read morePublished on July 31, 2010 by Steadh