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deborah carville-weltonsouth boston, ma

I am honored to be able to write my comments about your books. Your books sing to me in a way that no other book ever does. I love the wittiness of your characters dialogue. I love the descriptions of the various places that the characters are in... But mostly, I love how the way your books carry me along like in the rivers or marshes you love so much. Your books sing in a way that touches my sould and moves me to tears...
Thank you for writing.


Thu, Jul 15, 2010 05:52 am 824 Email Remove
Tonja Celeste HarrisonMonroe, Georgia

I remember your writing from a very difficult time in my life, as my chosen memory. It helped to dim the ugliness and to brighten the hope, especially the locale since I am a southerner who left the south to escape from what was so ugly about it. Now it shines thanks to your writing.


Tue, Jul 13, 2010 21:09 pm 818 Email Remove
Gwen Hanna YorkIndian Trail, NC

Mr. Conroy,
You are to me as James Joyce to Lindsay King. I have read all of your books, and each one reaffirms the reason you are my favorite author: your characters, flawed and heroic, capture the human spirit like no others ever created. Beach Music made me laugh out loud and South of Broad brought me to tears. I grew up in a little town called Lake City, SC about 2 hours from Charleston, so I love reading and recognizing landmarks, cultural traditions, and even characters such as "Wormy" with which I am so familiar. One day I hope to meet you, although I can never adequately express the role your books, and in turn you, have played in enriching my life. I am an English teacher, and I stand in awe of your gift as a master of the language.
Thank You,
Gwen Hanna York


Sun, Jul 11, 2010 07:15 am 805 Email Remove
Terry SkidmoreFairlight Knoll, Sevierville, TN

Can't wait for the new book. Pat Conroy is a master.


Sat, Jul 10, 2010 16:01 pm 801 Email Remove
Christine KastnerCleveland, Ohio

Inspirational! You were the best author at the Playhouse Square Writer's Series a few years ago. You signed all my first-editions and I thank you. I'm writing about my own experiences as an Army brat. Can't wait for your next book to appear.


Fri, Jul 9, 2010 21:28 pm 796 Email Remove
klgky

I finished the book "The Water is Wide" while vacationing on Daufuskie Island. I met "Top Cat". He is now a grave digger on the island. I also met the man that was the white boy that had his own school. The island was amazing! Loved your book.


Sun, Jul 4, 2010 16:12 pm 775 Email Remove
Anita Brandt Burgoyne

I just sent you an email on your website. I really hope you'll get it. I am adoring South of Broad and look forward with great anticipation to My Reading Life. You are such a great master of words, it's just thrilling!

I didn't know you were ill, but I've read that in the letters people have written to you. I hope you're feeling better.

Fond regards,
Anita Brandt Burgoyne


Wed, Jun 30, 2010 08:02 am 765 Email Remove
Leslie L GoldenNorth Central Alabama

I hope your health is continuing to improve and that you are enjoying life again. I've enjoyed hearing you speak twice (Once for My Losing Season and once for South of Broad) and I hope to have that privilege again; listening to you tell stories is almost as good as reading your prose.

I have much to thank you for and and no adequate words to express my gratitude. I can say your books were a beacon when my existence was extremely dark. Thank you for guiding me back to the light.

I wish you and all your family well. Take care of yourself, sir. Your work is much appreciated.


Wed, Jun 30, 2010 07:35 am 764 Email Remove
linda pallares

I loooovvvvveeee your work. Your words have blessed and moved me. God bless you.


Tue, Jun 29, 2010 08:40 am 762 Email Remove
Glenda FlatleyMa

I recently read your cook book and enjoyed it very much, especially the personal stories attached to all your recipies. As a fan of grits, I think you might enjoy knowing about Anson Mills in SC. (ansonmills.com) They grow old style grains and grind them into wonderful traditional products. You can order the grits online, and they are truly better than any I've ever made or eaten before. I am only a customer of theirs, so I'm only passing along a suggestion. Thanks for all your great writing, of which I have read every word published so far.


Sun, Jun 27, 2010 09:05 am 757 Email Remove
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