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Robert S PringleGlasgow, VA

Born in Atlanta, Prep School (Westminster)
Cobb County Raised, Buckhead Educated.
Washington and Lee Drop-out
Hippie Carpenter for a While...Joined the Marine Corps Twenty years later Retired from the Corps.
Read Faulkner for years for pleasure, then I discovered you. Loved The Boo, I knew and served with lots of Santinis (no offense) I know the Water is Wide (I teach school at a Juvenile Correctional Facility) the Lords Of Discipline reminded me of VMI; Beach Music and Prince of Tides made me Cry (Lots of Times)...I admire your Prose and Characters so much...Wish I could paint a picture with words the way you do.


Thu, Aug 20, 2009 20:01 pm 152 Email Remove
Ann SequerthLavonia, GA

Thank you for another wonderful book. I bought two copies, one for me to share and another for one of my sons who lives on 'Ashley Ave, in Charleston. He is an interloper from WNY via Atlanta. We met years ago at the GA Authors Luncheon. Not an author, just an avid reader who wanted to see the new Ritz, get a lunch for $8 and hear you speak. Your writing speaks to me and makes me want to share stories of characters I knew so you could make them stars. One promise I ask of you. Please don't let Barbra Streisand anywhere near this book. Sister Mary Donata of the Sisters of Mercy and I forgive you for the I instead of me on page three. Small potatoes. Too old to wait for your next book.


Thu, Aug 20, 2009 19:01 pm 151 Email Remove
Caren WittGardnerville, Nevada

In September 2003 my husband and I made our first trip to the Carolina's, specifically to see Beaufort, SC because of my love of all things "Conroy". Upon our arrival it was as if I had stepped into one of your novels; the sights and smells. Craig (my husband) thought I was crazy when we were having dinner on Bay Street and my eyes filled with tears, the experience was everything I had read...down to the turtles hatching on Hunting Island beach...and the southern gentleman who laughed his head off as we stumbled through his campsight lost in the dark! We are traveling from NORTHERN NEVADA to meet you and have our books signed...your writing is a gift to us all!


Thu, Aug 20, 2009 15:19 pm 150 Email Remove
Josie DingeeGreensboro, Georgia

Just finished your new book and absolutely loved it. Your characters are wonderful. I did find an error in that you mention porpoises in several places and I think you should have said Dolphins. Having lived in the lowcountry many years I can honestly say I have never seen a porpoise in the waters. Thank you forgiving us a fantastic new book that makes my heart yearn for the Lowcountry. Josie Dingee


Thu, Aug 20, 2009 10:29 am 149 Email Remove
Nancy SmileeFlorida

Thank you so much for finally writing a new book. Whatever took you so long? Your books are so real after I finish one it takes me weeks to realize I'm not living with the characters. You reach into their souls to make them real and you are one of my very favorite authors. Beach music was so good I wore it out reading and had to buy a new copy. Until South of Broad I had never heard of catching a bass in brackish water on a shrimp, but my boys say it's possible. Also that Boll Weevil statue is in Dothan, AL not Enterprise. I know this because my brother lives in Enterprise and I bet you hear from Dothanites! Please don't wait so long to write another. You have a special God-given talent.


Thu, Aug 20, 2009 08:46 am 148 Email Remove
Debbie Brightbill

Pat Conroy is by far my favorite author and I have anxoiusly awaited his new book. He has a gift to be able to describe everyday life situations, simple or tragic, and present them to the readers with passion, humor and depth of understanding. I read his books not skipping a word and amazed at the poetry of his sentences, paragraphs, and stories. I believe, as I think he does, that relationships are as fagile as they are complex; Looking directly at painful situations that many would rather leave behind, create wisdom and peace within ones self; What you deny, to pass on. I read that in his works. I so look forward to his next books


Thu, Aug 20, 2009 08:32 am 147 Email Remove
Tammy CunninghamTexas

Thank you for another fantastic read! Mr. Conroy you truly have a gift for making your characters come to life. I'm a "Carolina girl" transplant to DFW, when will you come West for a book signing?


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 19:29 pm 146 Email Remove
Sam HolmesTampa, Florida

I just finished South of Broad. I loved the book and did not want it to end. It is one of my all time favorites and can't wait until your next book.


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 17:02 pm 145 Email Remove
Deborah VivianRiverside, CA

I have anxiously awaited your next novel and am planning to savor every word, as I have all your other books. Always lived on the West coast, military father from the South and Mother from Korea. Your words transport me to another world unknown to me. Your imagery and florid speech envelope me and always leave me thirsting for more. Thank you for all the wonderful words and the emotion that overcomes me whenever I read your wonderful novels. May you continue to enrich our lives for many years to come.


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 16:36 pm 144 Email Remove
Helen KammerNew Orleans

I eagerly awaited the arrival of the new book after reading in JayNotes about it-when you spoke to the boys at Jesuit here in Mew Orleans. I put off starting it because I knew I would read it through and it would be over. Please keep writing-you are my favorite author by far! My Dad was born and raised in Charleston-he left his heart there when he had to move during the depression. I would love to send you a letter about him and my ancestors who did so much to build Charleston. If that is possible, please let me know. Thank you for another fabulous book!


Wed, Aug 19, 2009 15:44 pm 143 Email Remove
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