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I just had the pleasure of attending the Blue Bicycle Books presentation today with you and Catherine and meeting you. I left a copy of the Kiawah Conservancy's magazine, Naturally Kiawah, that I edit. We are so hoping that you might join us for our symposium on loggerhead turtles in Novembet. We plan to cook from your cookbook. If you cannot come, perhaps you might write a little something for the magazine or permit us to quote from Beach Music (with full attribution). I left my card with contact information. My fantasy is that I will answer the phone one day and a voice will say, "This is Pat Conroy." But now I know it will probably be Bernie Schein or it will be you but I will assume it is Bernie Schein and make a complete fool of myself! Thank you.
Sat, May 9, 2015 18:07 pm 66345 Email Remove
|Karen Lorraine Bowyer
Mr. Pat Conroy has been my most favorite author for many years. To me, he is the best Southern novelist of all time and always will be. I send my deep love, admiration and appreciation to him.
Fri, Apr 3, 2015 14:46 pm 58849 Email Remove
|Judith L. Early
I loved your newest book, but I've loved all your books, especially "Prince of Tides" and "My Losing Season." I continue to be deeply impressed and moved by your attempts at recovery from the devastation of your childhood and am deeply moved by your willingness to forgive. I share many of your experiences and appreciate more than I can say your ability to express the feelings that accompany those experiences. I love your poetic prose most of all and the speed with which you carry me through your writings; I do, however, always feel an emptiness and loneliness when I finish one of your books. Stay well, Pat Conroy; I'm so glad you are part of my life.
Thu, Mar 12, 2015 13:13 pm 54008 Email Remove
'Prince of Tides' changed my life. It is a step in my process of finally setting the demons free. Thank you Mr. Conroy.
Thu, Mar 5, 2015 13:08 pm 52049 Email Remove
|C Alison Waite
My first Pat Conroy read was Beach Music in 1995 while enjoying the Atlantic Ocean in Nags Head, NC. My re-reads are countless. Your prose takes me to places that I enjoy and I re-read to glean more with each session of enjoyment. Passages have been read to others around me, just to share the incredible descriptions, feelings and visuals portrayed by your words. My most recent is The Death of Santini. Mr. Conroy, I am proud of you. I feel that I know you through your words and I sure hope that you have more books yet to come. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Thu, Feb 19, 2015 14:46 pm 47708 Email Remove
Reading is my passion and my obsession. Pat convoy is the most enjoyable author I have ever had the pleasure of
Wed, Feb 18, 2015 20:01 pm 47481 Email Remove
|Susan E. Coleman
I first read Pat Conroy during my 11 year stay in SC as a school public relations coordinator. I continue to read your outstanding work while in MN and back in my native PA. Thanks for your glorious words and beautiful descriptions! I am reading South of Broad now and love it! One of my all-time glorious authors!
Fri, Feb 13, 2015 07:55 am 45863 Email Remove
I can relate to many things in your books, including your childhood experiences. My parents fought an ongoing war, and they split their four children into an army of two for each. This leaves scars. Even so, all of us remained very much in our parents' lives until their death.
Mon, Jan 26, 2015 13:10 pm 42983 Email Remove
I enjoyed all your books. I have a similar background as yours. Please write a book about the crippling effects of mental illness on the victim and those near and dear. I know of no effective medical treatment for mental illness. The medicine is worse than the illness.
Mon, Jan 26, 2015 10:10 am 42968 Email Remove
Mr. Conroy, I have read most of your books including your latest, the death of the great santini, which was excellent. I'm rereading the prince of tides which has more meaning at 58 than when I was younger. Thanks. I was raised in Florida and have lived in Pittsburgh for 28 years. There is a big difference between the northern and southern culture. The northern women seem to be more angry at men than southern women are, and more angry overall. I have my opinions as to why but don't have space to elaborate. You have not addressed this in any of your books that I recall. Do you have an opinion on this? Do your readers have an opinion on this? It also seems that women in the US are angrier at men than men are angry at women. Have you addressed this anywhere?
Fri, Jan 16, 2015 22:49 pm 42014 Email Remove
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