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Marrie DobbinsLaGrange Georgia

I made your shrimp and grits tonight. It's Christmas Day and my son gave me your cookbook... just wonderul. We told our children at supper all about our favorite author!! Bless you Pat Conroy and my 2010 be your best year yet!!


Fri, Dec 25, 2009 18:51 pm 516 Email Remove
Carole KershawBethlehem,  PA

I absorb your words and command of the English language...your intriguing ability to describe the life in the South now & back when. Just keep writing for those of us who have withdrawal once the next book is finished!
Born in Ga, I grew up in SC, married a Charleston original and we reside in the Northeast where I gladly share your works. Thank you for your stories & eloquent style of writing, Mr. Conroy.


Wed, Dec 23, 2009 15:53 pm 512 Email Remove
Cindy CAmarillo, Texas

Thank you, Mr. Conroy, for making me love a place I hated when I lived there 40 years ago (Charleston). Thank you for your realistic portrait of life for a military brat. Thank you especially for sharing your gift of writing with those of us who only wish we had your gift. Have a merry Christmas!


Wed, Dec 23, 2009 12:28 pm 511 Email Remove
Liz BuchholzFlint TX

I have recently moved to TX from Bft SC where you were the English teacher of some of my friends! I've read all your books, and just finished "South of Broad". It took me back 'home' for a few days...


Fri, Dec 18, 2009 06:40 am 507 Email Remove
Sheryl MorrisChampaign, Illinois

Thank you for another magnificent book. Your writing makes words melt into my mind.


Thu, Dec 17, 2009 10:05 am 506 Email Remove
kakie YelvertonRaleigh, NC

Dear Mr. Conroy,
Our book club, "The Ole Raleigh Literary Society is reading "South of Broad" and plan a road trip to Charleston for the South of Broad tour on February 17, 2010 from the Mills House One of our members used to live on Meeting street. Our members, called Queenies would love to meet you. WE love your book and our southern roots make us great characters for your next book. Any chance you would be in Charleston Feb 16-18? You would not ever forget this group of Queenies. Thanks, kakie ...the Queen (President)


Wed, Dec 16, 2009 21:40 pm 505 Email Remove
Sharon Engrophoenixville, pa

Dear Mr. Conroy,
The first novel I read of yours was The Water Is Wide. I am now reading my forth, South of Broad. My favorite of your writings is Beach Music. It touched my heart and soul. I've read it twice and looking forward to a third.


Tue, Dec 15, 2009 13:46 pm 504 Email Remove
Erin KennyQueens, NY

I am an eighteen year old female who thrives on classic rock and a good read. I am now an English major and I owe Pat Conroy for this. Beach Music is absolutely wonderful and inspiring. It makes me want to live life to the fullest, to travel and write, to laugh. I am on my fourth Conroy novel and I never want to stop reading these masterpieces. Thank you Pat Conroy for helping find myself, for making me want to see my full potential, for making me believe in me.


Tue, Dec 15, 2009 11:17 am 503 Email Remove
Bernadette GawereckiSpring Hill, FL

As someone else wrote, Thank you for South of Broad! I waited a long time and it was worth it. It was beautiful in every way! I just sat in silence for a while when it was finished. I listened to the audio version and the narrator was wonderful. I felt as though I lived the whole story. Again thank you and I patiently wait for more! Wishing you good health.


Fri, Dec 11, 2009 13:52 pm 502 Email Remove
Stu DavisPoquoson, Va

Part of me can't wait to deploy to the AOR at the end of the year. I've had South of Broad on my nightstand for months, but I've been saving it for my first night away from home. While in Korea in 96-98 I picked up Beach Music and was taken back home every night that I had time to flip through the pages. Since then I've read it multiple times whenever I wanted to be reminded of that joy. Though we're apart from our families and in countries far away it's books like these that make us feel closer to our families and the familiar smell of the salt marshes we grew up around. If anyone has books they no longer need I'd encourage you to donate them to the troops through any number of charities. We love the goodies everyone sends but nothing beats a good book!


Wed, Dec 9, 2009 18:53 pm 501 Email Remove
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