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Natasha BrinkSouth Africa

You touch my heart like no other writer ever will. Thank you for inspiring me to write my own story.


Fri, Oct 1, 2010 16:14 pm 997 Email Remove
Fran NelsonAustralia

When I read your books it is not necessarily for the story, but your use of words which interweave to illustrate and describe events and ideals and feelings in a way I never could. I never rush through your books, but rather read slowly so as to assimilate your beautiful narrative. When I come to the end of your story, I feel as if I have lost friends of my own. Never stop writing. Thank you for the great pleasure you have given me.


Mon, Sep 27, 2010 13:36 pm 991 Email Remove
Karen L. RothmelTitusville, Fl

While visiting Beaufort, in 1987, I came across "The Boo" and "Sea Isalnd Lady" in the town book store. Your book amde me want to read more about the South, which I still do today, and to purchase every book you have written. PLEASE keep telling us what we are afaraid to admit and don't want to remember. You are only 1 year younger then I so I can appreciate what you tell us. Thanks SO much for being you!!!


Sat, Sep 25, 2010 08:26 am 989 Email Remove
pamela guyonRochester, New York

Mr. Conroy, you brought me back to myself with the Prince of Tides. I cannot even begin to explain how this book helped heal and change my life. Coming from a home with an abusive, mentally ill mother, your masterpiece resonated with my soul and heart. You are a kindred spirit to all of us unspeakably tortured children of familial abuse. I thank you!


Wed, Sep 22, 2010 20:30 pm 987 Email Remove
Bill FortColumbia, SC

I've read everything from "The Boo" to "Beach Music", which I am working on now. I had put it down, but now feel a renewed sense to finish. I have thoroughly enjoyed all of the PC novels to date. I put off reading TWIW until I picked it for an education foundations course. Thank you Pat Conroy for this wealth of insight into the atypical southern family. Keep it coming.


Mon, Sep 20, 2010 19:38 pm 985 Email Remove
Jalane KirkpatrickGreenville, SC

Rereading Lords of Discipline - my son just started at the Citadel. Loving it again (and he is doing ok too!)


Mon, Sep 20, 2010 17:28 pm 984 Email Remove
Paula D. CampbellHaverhill, MA./Damariscotta, ME.

Your books have made a tremendous impression on me and my daughters! We just finished South of Broad and didn't want it to end. I grew up in Wiscasset, ME. and have visited your beautiful part of the world several times. Breathtaking beauty in both places. We are looking forward to our annual Oyster Festival and think it is an event you might enjoy. I have your cookbook and know you enjoy oysters- can't imagine roasting them, though.
Come to Damariscotta on September 26th and see what you are missing! Keep writing. Wishing you continued success,
Paula


Sat, Sep 18, 2010 15:49 pm 981 Email Remove
Debra HoustonLilburn GA

I just finished reading your "South of Broad," Pat and it is the best book I've read in years. You write about my second favorite city in the world behind Paris. I think James Joyce would be please. And not because you named a character after one of his characters. You both have mastered the English language. We don't know how beautiful our language is until an artist like yourself plays it like a musical instrument. I hear you're writing about Atlanta next. That's where I grew up. I can't wait!


Sat, Sep 18, 2010 05:52 am 979 Email Remove
Carol WhiteRoxboro, NC

I had given up on fiction. But, because of the article in Southern Living, and a love of all good things Southern, I read South of Broad. To think, I discovered my favorite author at the age of 54. Thank you for writing in a way that speaks to the rhythms of my mind and heart.


Wed, Sep 15, 2010 11:26 am 978 Email Remove
Melissa HortonSonoma, Ca.

Sonoma Book Buddies has chosen SOUTH OF BROAD for our book selection. It should be a lively discussion. I am going to serve benne seed crackers too!
Thank you for all the inspiration!


Wed, Sep 15, 2010 09:47 am 977 Email Remove
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