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Dear Mr. Conroy, thank you for giving your voice to My Reading Life. Having read all your books years ago, I fell in love with South of Broad this past fall (three reads in succession is better than love) and selected it for my WATABA (wild ass tennis, appetizer, and book association) and got to participate as ten other bright and funny women did the same. I went on to reread everything you have written and ended this gorging with your cookbook and My Reading Life. Satiated? Never!! Thank you for all your wonderful stories.
Sat, Apr 23, 2011 16:46 pm 1716 Email Remove
Okay, okay, I am claiming a world record here. In September I completed fifteen reads of South of Broad. In early October, for the first time, I visited Charleston and guess what I did next, I started my sixteenth read.
Wed, Oct 17, 2012 14:30 pm 3434 Email Remove
To Rick in St. Paul:
Wed, Nov 6, 2013 14:19 pm 7090 Email Remove
I just finished your South Broad. I wish I had the description of words the way you do. All I can say is Thank You so much. The ending was so great. Pat, everything you touch with a pen turns to Party. My friend please do not ever stop writing, this was a long 14 years. Mr. Conroy if there were Oscars for Books you would not have enough space to put them. Bless You. JoAnna
Sun, Aug 16, 2009 17:25 pm 122 Email Remove
Congratulations on your weight loss and fitness program. I had the pleasure of meeting you at the Park Road Bookstore in Charlotte NC just 2 years ago. I was thrilled to meet my favorite author and await your next book! Thank you for your wonderful work.
Wed, Nov 25, 2015 01:25 am 83485 Email Remove
Patrick Conroy, you are my kindred spirit!
Tue, Apr 10, 2012 19:00 pm 2759 Email Remove
Fri, Jan 29, 2010 15:44 pm 545 Email Remove
Never before has there been a writer who could capture my thoughts and feelings about the tragedies and tumultuous events of my life. How do you articulate my reactions to these events of which your characters must overcome? The thoughts you convey are thoughts that I have such trouble expressing at times. I cry often when reading your novels; they are a sweet release from the chasm that life can create. You and your writing make it worth the experience and remind me that there is a fight worth fighting and things do have a way of working out. Your novels have opened another chapter of my life; there is pronounced freedom in each word of every character. I see bits of myself in each of them. I believe God led me to your books for a sense of belonging and to begin healing. Thank you!
Sun, Oct 30, 2011 14:57 pm 2309 Email Remove
Dear Mr. Conroy, I've read all of your books starting with the Prince of Tides, and just recently South of Broad, then Beach Music. I wish I could craft words sufficiently to state the scope and depth of how your writing impacts mind, heart and soul. I'll be reading your cookbooks soon. Hopefully, my wife - a retired home ec. teacher - will trust me in the kitchen. Thanks for being such a "doctor" of language. That's one huge step above "master"
Tue, May 4, 2010 08:27 am 631 Email Remove
I loved S.O. B. I've read all your work and was afraid you might have gotten blocked up or just lost it. You came through big time. Please keep 'em coming. BTW--my nephew is starting at El Cid next year...any advice? Signed, Long Time White Dolpin Lover from Cock Town
Fri, Nov 13, 2009 13:51 pm 477 Email Remove
Dr. Mr. Conroy,
Sun, Jun 5, 2011 20:23 pm 1822 Email Remove
There is an interesting article in the Montgomery County MD Gazette about Joseph Monte who was Pat’s mentor in high school at Gonzaga in Washington DC. He is 80 yrs. old and still working in a school in Montgomery County MD. I think Pat would be interested in the story!!
Wed, Aug 22, 2012 16:18 pm 3119 Email Remove
Be well, Mr. Conroy. You're a national treasure!
Sun, Aug 23, 2009 11:13 am 178 Email Remove
Just finished ' My Reading Life". You and I were born in the year of the "Boomers" inception. I wish you had written and I had read this book 40 years earlier. In any event I intend to read every work you reference in the order they appear and see what happens. If the result is life altering you can call the book a cookbook for the soul.
Thu, Nov 24, 2011 14:46 pm 2406 Email Remove
|John H. Padgham
Mr. Conroy, you are the finest novelist this country has ever produced, period. I have read every book you've published, most of them several times, and I treasure each and every word. I had to "ration" my reading of South of Broad, because I knew if I didn't I would read it all in one day - and I wanted the experience to last! Please keep writing as long as you want to - you bring much joy to so many people with your work. Cheers ....
Thu, Sep 17, 2009 14:30 pm 358 Email Remove
Your books; the language and images help to put words to many of my every day experiences. Thank you. Wish someone else other than Streisand had done Prince of Tides. Enjoyed the "movie" in my mind much better than what she did and butchered.
Mon, Jul 30, 2012 22:40 pm 3060 Email Remove
After finishing your new book at midnight last evening and surrounded by lots of sandy desert--and not a drop of water--I feel the need to take a trip east to my favorite city. Your wonderful prose captures what is truly magical about Charleston and its people--plus it's a great story too. Thank you for your wonderful works!
Tue, Aug 25, 2009 09:21 am 189 Email Remove
|John P Conroy
They say that if Dublin were destroyed, it could be rebuilt using Joyce's 'Ulysses' as a guide. I feel if Charleston needs rebuilding (another Hugo), I hope the library has an undamaged copy of 'South of Broad'.
Sat, May 22, 2010 16:42 pm 664 Email Remove
I await you latest novel, however "My Losing Season" will always be my favourite novel. Your memories of your Jesuit school years remind me so much of mine with the Basilian priests. At times your relationship with your father, reminds me of mine.
Sun, Jul 26, 2009 18:40 pm 19 Email Remove
Pat-- My first exposure to your work was when I was 9 and by accident watched part of the movie "The Great Santini". Still remember the scene of the Great S. pounding the BB on his son's head after he lost a game of 1 on 1. Haunted me for years. Just now, at age 38, in the midst of "My Losing Season". Read some of your interviews online and your dad's eulogy-- sad to know that he never gave the Jacket or sent the flowers. I've been touched (and angered) by the true suffering that is behind the ability to write these works-- thanks for your courage in sharing your life with faceless millions unknown to you-- somehow it lessens our own suffering. Hope by God's grace you've been able to really forgive your father--perhaps your life's largest task.
Fri, Sep 16, 2011 14:40 pm 2166 Email Remove
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