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Susan MaleckiIowa City, IA

I'm from Charleston, SC, and now live in Iowa. When I read Beach Music in 1995, I realized I'd found someone who articulated the way I felt about home. I miss the south every day and am grateful that I have Pat's novels to make me feel more connected to the most beautiful place in the world.


Sun, Jul 1, 2012 01:28 am 2961 Email Remove
Ted WestmorelandNorth Texas

I just finished Beach Music. Great book! "Konrak" got my interest in your work & about 15 years later I stumbled onto The Prince of Tides. Now My Reading Life is on deck. Thanks for the enrichment. I was really stunned when I read your birthday is October 26, 1945 since mine is October 27, 1945... what a wild coincidence!


Tue, Jun 26, 2012 18:58 pm 2946 Email Remove
Suzy BlackMorro Bay, CA

Reading a Pat Conroy novel is music for the eyes and for the soul. The first paragraph in the Prologue to South of Broad is so beautiful it "makes your eyes ache with pleasure" just reading it. My favorite book of all times is still Prince of Tides and Pat Conroy will remain my favorite author of all times.


Fri, Jun 15, 2012 14:12 pm 2917 Email Remove
Betty Musacco

My book club has read & will be discussing The Water Is Wide on June 25 & I am really looking forward to our discussions. I've read 5 of your books & will finish the list soon. Please write some more!!


Thu, Jun 14, 2012 14:46 pm 2915 Email Remove
Jessica LoweDallas, Texas

I can't stop thinking, "What would Tom Wingo type in the 'Comment' section of his favorite author's virtual guestbook? His comment would be matchless, of course. But you also know he'd use every. single. character.


Mon, Jun 11, 2012 18:24 pm 2909 Email Remove
Lillian WoodDurham N.C.

I have just found "Beach Music". the first book I will be reading of yours. With over one thousand pages, I often just set it on a table to read. Ha ! I tried to think of what your written words were like. Perhaps, the thick, rich cream on the top of the milk. Or, the touch of velvet. Smooth. After wanting to write a story and then reading yours, I know I will now just admit I could never, ever put words on paper with any success. Lovely reading from page one......ty


Wed, Jun 6, 2012 06:38 am 2887 Email Remove
Jennifer WhickerKnoxville, TN

Watched my last sunset on Fripp this evening. Afterwards, drove the golf cart around to say goodbye to the island. As I traveled down Tarpon, you came to mind. I wondered, how many times you saw the same sunset? How many times had you driven a golf cart on this same road? As I return this time next year, I will ponder these thoughts once more. Until then, stay strong.

Kind Regards,


Fri, Jun 1, 2012 21:55 pm 2874 Email Remove
Nancy N. CrewsMt. Juliet, TN

Just finished reading My Reading Life. This book reminded me of so many other literary works I need to revisit. Thank you for sharing yourself and your work with all readers.


Mon, May 28, 2012 08:53 am 2864 Email Remove
Mary TaylorConcord, MA

Our Library Book Group is discussing "My Reading Life" on Tuesday, May 29th, 9:30-11:15. Can't wait! A rollicking good time!


Thu, May 24, 2012 12:43 pm 2851 Email Remove
Gail ForsbergWilmette, Illinois

I was slaving at my wonderful restaurant "The Pretty Good Cafe" in Winnetka, IL when three of my darling waitresses called me & made me promise I would meet them at Wrigley Field to see a Cubs game (in which I had no interest except beer, camaraderie and sun, in that order).

I brought "Prince of Tides" with me (the first book of yours I read) on the train & sat in a back corner seat and was so moved I started to sob quietly as the train filled up with LOUD, BOISTEROUS Cubs fans. It was an interesting juxtaposition and as I read more and more of your WONDERFUL books I came to realize how many such events occur in our lives. In fact, maybe our lives are just one big juxtaposition if we are aware enough to see it.

Thank you for sharing your extraordinary gift with me!


Mon, May 21, 2012 11:04 am 2842 Email Remove
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