About SARK | A Beacon of Hope in a Chaotic World
Like three of her previous 17 bestselling books, Succulent Wild Woman, Succulent Wild Love and Glad No Matter What, SARK’s revelatory new memoir is both prescriptive and reflective of her own life journey which is personal as well as universal. The memoir goes beyond any of her previous books in depth and dimension.
This is SARK as a magical sage, still whimsical while introducing a new kind of elegance into both her content and presentation. This is a book written for all genders and an increasingly wide demographic of new fans. People are hungrier than ever for wisdom that really works. That wisdom requires the kind of magical and practical thinking that SARK unfolds within her own dramatic, inspirational journey.
SARK in her new memoir offers not only a compelling story but also real hope with real “magic” that absolutely works. It not only works for her – she’s been teaching people to be able to create their own magically practical lives for decades.
Born in Minneapolis in 1954, SARK wrote her first book at age 10, going on to pursue higher education in Communication Arts and Radio/Television Production. She is a favorite with both PBS and NPR, and widely touted by print and social media. Some of the luminaries that endorse her work are: Dr. Maya Angelou, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Marci Shimoff, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Neale Donald Walsch and Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen.
SARK’s purpose is to be a transformer, uplifter and laser beam of love, and she does that through her art, words and spirit.
The Power of SARK | Over 2 Million Books Sold
“You are always on your way to a Miracle.”