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Kathy L. Patrick

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Rosemary Kathy, I just finished "Reading Lolita in Tehran" and was thinking of you and "The Pulpwood Queens' Tiara- Wearing, Book-Sharing Guide to Life" and the ways in which books can save us, wherever we are--from East Texas to Iran. Happy reading!

message 6: by Kathy

Kathy Hi everybody,
The Pulpwood Queen is overwhelmed as usual as now running 220 chapters of my book club. Today I am home sick and believe it or not, I have gotten more reading and work done than when at work.
Now there is only one of me and wish I had about a dozen more to keep up with all the mail and the readings but alas. Though I am a voracious reader there is no way I can read all the books coming in. So if I do contact you, you will know your book was important to me enough to do so. To follow everything I do on a day to day basis, go to www.pulpwoodqueen.com, as I post there daily and sometimes more. Since I am also working madly on my next book, time is precious. Thanks for writing and continue to do so, please comment too on websites. Just remember that Mr. Milton said that the key to success is not having unlimited funds or talent, it's persistance, ha ha ha! Email, don't call though as remember I also work full time doing hair and you'll be taking me away from my clients. My email is kathy@beautyandthebook.com.
Now let's all get to writing and reading!
Tiara wearing and Book sharing,
Kathy L. Patrick
Founder of the Pulpwood Queens Book Clubs and author of "The Pulpwood Queens' Tiara Wearing, Book Sharing Guide to Life", Grand Central Publishing

Andrea Kulman Hi & thank you for being a friend.

Jeannie Faulkner Barber Hi Kathy and thanks for the add. I read the newsletter so I know you're still a very busy lady! But I'd love for you to visit my web site, www.jeanniebarber.com. I'm a novice writer so feel free to make any kind of suggestions, ideas or thoughts to correct it. While you're there, please sign the guestbook, too! There’s also a link to the book Patty and I are co-authoring you can click on…clairkelley@synthasite.com. This site is brand new and in the editing stage as is our story. Please visit it as well. We’re both very green, but we’ve met so many people on this site willing to reach out and offer advice or a guiding hand.
Blessings and thanks,

message 3: by Beth

Beth Hi Kathy,
Thanks for being a friend to this mystery author. When I added my book, A REAL BASKET CASE, to your Pulpwood Queens group's bookshelf, I saw that there hasn't been much recent discussion. Is the group on summer hiatus?

Geoffrey Hi Kathy,
As I've said before: you're the best!
Thank you for all you and the tiara-wearing ladies (and Timber Guys) do for literacy and reading in general.
geoffrey m.gluckman

message 1: by Rosemary (last edited Oct 02, 2007 06:06AM)

Rosemary Kathy, you are a friend indeed. Contgratulations on your PULPWOOD QUEEN book and Gratitude for all you do to promote reading! You are so right--books can be life savers.

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