From Library Journal
SARK, an author, artist, and incest survivor with many years of therapy and self-healing behind her, wishes to shine her "beacon of hope to the world" as she encourages and inspires women of all ages to become "succulent." She defines this as transcending past pains and feeling the freedom of full self-expression. Very candidly she shares the tragic, the glorious, the intimate, and the adventurous in her life, dispensing sage advice and a lengthy menu of readily doable suggestions for arousing creativity and nurturing self-discovery. Bubbly, humorous, and at times just far-out, SARK is enjoyable to listen to. Her program, comprised of passages from her 1997 book of the same title, stories, and anecdotes, belongs in public library self-help collections and also in the hands of men who seek a better understanding of the women in their lives.?Barbara Vaughan, Buffalo State Coll. Lib., N.Y.
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Barbera Sher Author of I Could do Anything if I Only Knew What it Was "Funny, delicious and wise -- Sark makes a gloomy day sunny. Even her handwriting makes me smile."
Julia Cameron Author of The Artist's Way "Sark's gentle and effervescent work is a festive, creative catalyst that throws open a wide and generous gate."