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An Irishwoman’s Tale by Patti Lacy November 3, 2008

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Last night my book club got together for discussion on Patti Lacy’s book, An Irishwoman’s Tale. Patti even called during our meeting to answer any of our questions. We all loved the book and are looking forward to her next book titled, What the Bayou Saw. I was very impressed that Patty took the time to call our group even though she was out of state away from home. We appreciated her commitment to us and sharing of herself about her writing journey and the story of Mary. This was a fiction story inspired by true events, which made the story really come to life for our group. Before knowing that these things really happened to someone, a few couldn’t believe that so much could happen to one person. I would highly recommend this book and will be telling everyone I know about it.


7 Responses to “An Irishwoman’s Tale by Patti Lacy”

  1. Lynn Rush Says:

    I read this book, as well. It was great. I’m impressed that Patty called your group, that’s awesome.

    Your blog is looking great.

  2. I have this book on my to-be-read pile. I look forward to reading it.

  3. Pam Williams Says:

    I’m THRILLED for you that Patti called your group! She and I met in MN in September. I have her book and will be reading it this month!

  4. Patti Lacy Says:

    Patty, you’re one of those early fans who really got the word out. I have a feelin’ you and I would have a great time chattin’ books over a cuppa tay.
    Thanks for all you’re doing!
    And keep reading!!!!!!!
    P.S. Tell your other bookies thanks.

  5. Patti Lacy Says:

    But I wish you’d spell your name right.

  6. pattyleblanc Says:

    Patti, I would love to have tea with you some time. It would be my honor. If I ever get to your neck of the woods I’ll be sure to look you up. I will pass along to my friends your thanks. Oh, and don’t forget the best PattY is one who is “Y”.

  7. hattie harris Says:

    The cover of this book is so beautiful.

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