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I’ve got a sweet tooth for your show. Marvelous. I listened while washing the dishes and was transported into an interior exploration that helped clean my own dish.

I want to love it!

As a lover of all things Cheryl Strayed I was so excited for this podcast to come out. Unfortunately, I find myself so annoyed with Steve Almond I can hardly listen anymore. I'm sure he is a great guy but most of the time he drones on incessantly and never lets Cheryl speak. If anything he said made any sense or was helpful that would be one thing. What makes it worst is that his voice is always in this creepy half whisper. I'll give it 3 stars for Cheryl alone.


So glad the Sugars are back. Cheryl Strayed and Steve Almond are such magnificent writers and tough-love givers, and the new radio/conversation format is exciting. Can't wait for the next one!

Dear Sugars
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  • Category: Society & Culture
  • Language: English

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