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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
Alan RaybornTulare, California

I started with Beach Music, went back to Prince of Tides and now just finished South of Broad. You have touched my heart and have become my number one writer of all times. I am not from the south but I have loved the world you describe and wished I was a part of it. I love your characters and love the sense of humor you give them. Please accept my regard for bringing my lost emotions back with your books and charactors and events, Good , Bad and Ugly Moments and more.
You are my Hero PAT. Write and write more....

Alan Rayborn


Sun, May 13, 2012 21:45 pm 2824 Email Remove
Caterina GrandoBassano del Grappa, Italy

"Prince of Tides" is my favorite book ever! Thanks for this gift Mr. Conroy


Mon, May 7, 2012 00:58 am 2811 Email Remove
Cathy BarberClarksburg, Ontario, Canada

I've decided this is the summer to re-read Pat Conroy's books, beginning with The Great Santini, then Lords of Discipline, Prince of Tides, Beach Music, South of Broad, Water is Wide, Losing Season. I've just received my shipment from Amazon and they're lined up on my bookshelf (next to Pat's cookbook). This is going to be a great summer! Thank you.


Wed, May 2, 2012 13:26 pm 2804 Email Remove
Jocelyne YoungMillet Alberta Canada

Patrick Conroy, you are my kindred spirit!


Tue, Apr 10, 2012 19:00 pm 2759 Email Remove
jeanne pareshorewood, WI

Oh the joy of reading your words! Just reread "Beach Music"having read it the first time many years ago. Awesome! Extraordinary!
Thank you for sharing your talents. I am comforted that I will have the last dance with my (now deceased) prince charming - someday, somewhere, somehow!


Sun, Apr 1, 2012 16:42 pm 2739 Email Remove
Teever HandalColorado Springs, CO

As I finished "My Reading Life", I had; more than with any other of your books, the feeling that you had shared a deep intimacy for which I am greatful. Your rich prose not leads me along its course, but encourages me to explore the vistas it traverses. Your passion for the books that have touched you the deepest lead me to immediately reach to touch and taste the writing of Thomas Wolfe, and to bathe in the timelessness of "Gone With the Wind". Your writing whispers to me seductively to read, to write, to feel the passion that abounds in the world. Thank you.


Thu, Mar 29, 2012 09:18 am 2727 Email Remove
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