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Susan SiwekRochester Hills Michigan

As a Pat Conroy junkie, I am intralled by anything you write. When friends recommend books, I ask them one question - what books have you read by Pat Conroy? If they don't know you, no recommendations are considered. I would love to hear you speak, read from your books but you seem to only tour in the south. Some of us yankees also think we were Scarlett O'Hara in a previous life! We would show you the northern hospitality you so rightly deserve. Can't wait for the next book and the many more I am sure you will write.


Fri, Jun 10, 2011 05:46 am 1836 Email Remove
Dora DMt Pleasant

Hi Pat, I must say, last Saturday at the Literary Society in Charleston was again, another highlight of hearing you read and share your life stories! My husband, daughter and I had a blast. Thank you for making me smile all over again; reminded of the joy, hilarity, and pain we all share in being human. I look forward to your return to Charleston after (Piccolo) :-) Spoletto! Tonight we are reuniting with cousins at the Peninsula Grill downtown. We have not seen them in 30 years. I am bringing them a copy of South of Broad. What better way to introduce these folks to Charleston? Cheers!


Wed, Jun 8, 2011 07:24 am 1831 Email Remove
Stephen LouwSouth Africa

Dear Mr. Conroy
I have been reading all my life and has yet to discover another author whos prose touches me as deeply as yours.I am a walking library of Pat Conroy quotes.
Your gift is immense.
Thank you for sharing your hurt and laughter and passion with us all. Sorry for your pain.
My favourite sport these days is introducing the weary and bewildered to your books.
Kind Regards


Wed, Jun 8, 2011 00:12 am 1829 Email Remove
Patrick CampSt. Louis

Mr. Conroy,
After 3 pages Iwas terrified that you were revealing my childhood through Leo King. In so many ways you did, but the terror abated after 300 pages. Thank you for helping me to look a great number of things that would otherwise stayed dormant and buried. Oh, you also owe me about 15 hours of lost sleep!
Please eat well and exercise. I hope to read you for another 30 years.
Regards,
Pat


Tue, Jun 7, 2011 13:31 pm 1827 Email Remove
Joe PagliaSavannah, GA

Dr. Mr. Conroy,
I just finished reading South of Broad, and, as a I neared the last word, I was hoping beyond hope there was one more page; I have the same experience with all your books.

Thank you very much for such great characters, amazing stories and the most-moving, afire, touching, thought-provoking and stunning prose in the literary world.

Appreciatively,


Sun, Jun 5, 2011 20:23 pm 1822 Email Remove
Diana EcholsSummerville, SC

Mr. Conroy, thank you for taking me on your journey. I devour your books when they are released and revisit more slowly over time. There is one exception however I can't make myself finish "My Losing Season" and it is because I don't want it to end.

I am a brat, my brother wears The Ring ('84), and I feel as though you write just for me. I moved home to the Low Country after 27 years of my own military career but feel I've never left. I guess because throughout my exile you would bring me the sight, smell, and taste of home. Thank you for that.

By the way, your crab cake recipie is now my own. Thank you for that as well.


Sun, Jun 5, 2011 16:34 pm 1821 Email Remove
Marion Gerdes-UfkenGermany

Dear Mr Conroy,
I've read all your books and still think Beach Music is the best. I also bought a German copy in order not to miss a single word.
"South of Broad" - among other aspects, of course- I will always remember as the most wonderful description of a city and I hope one day I'll get there...
Ganz herzliche Grüße aus Deutschland!


Sun, Jun 5, 2011 08:18 am 1820 Email Remove
Ronald W. LucasNew Smyrna Beach, Florida

I'm 66 and have read all your books (and seen the movies) except the latest which I will remedy soon. I want to thank you especially for "The Prince of Tides" (the first one I read), I used to think my family was uniquely strange and my father uniquely violent. In your cookbok you mentioned your awe of Hemmingway. I beleive if "Papa" were alive today the awe would be reciprocated. Thanks again, and please keep writing.


Sat, Jun 4, 2011 14:26 pm 1816 Email Remove
Deborah PoppeSarasota, Florida

Dear Mr. Conroy, I can only echo the comments of those before me who have written so many accolades about your writing. I just finished reading Beach Music and am emotionally spent. Thank you so much for your contribution to to my life and the lives of readers everywhere.
Kindest Regards


Thu, Jun 2, 2011 12:10 pm 1811 Email Remove
Brenda LasorsaLong Island, NY

Just wanted to thank you for South of Broad, great book I loved Sheba. Just finished Beach Music while crying my eyes out. You are gifted and talented. These books came at a time in my life when I needed to cry and laugh.. Thank you again.


Wed, Jun 1, 2011 17:14 pm 1804 Email Remove
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