Dorothea Benton Frank
New York Times Bestselling Author
Dorothea Benton Frank
"Something about her novels just seems to say Summer" —USA Today

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  1. Wednesday, October 26, 2016

    valerie brown

    NEW ORLEANS, louisiana USA

    I just finished reading All Summer Long and I must say once again you did not disappoint. I love your books I feel like I am right there in the Lowcountry. Get another one out soon please. You are my favorite author. Thank you so much for sharing your talent.

  2. Wednesday, October 26, 2016

    Tony Passarello

    Sandy Springs, GA USA

    Hi Dottie: Hope this note finds you and your family on your way to recovery from 'Matthew's' recent visit. Finished your latest novel and once again you have shared a great story of strength of the Southern character. Wanted to ask when you may be in Atlanta to visit and have you sign a copy of All Summer Long for my mother-in-law! If you have time check out my daughter's book Let me Clear my Throat and soon to be published Animals Strike Curious Poses by Elena Passarello. Tony P.

  3. Tuesday, October 25, 2016

    Nancie Wilson

    Sylva, NC USA

    Your books are just outstandingly wonderfu!! I love the Lowcountry, in fact, we have a villa on Edisto Beach. What wonderful memories your books bring! I very much look forward to the next book!

  4. Saturday, October 22, 2016


    BRISBANE, QLD Australia

    Hello Dot, from this side of the Pacific again! I was so sad to see all the damage to the Coast and Islands from Hurricane Matthew. I feel as though I know that part of the US so well from your books, and felt devastated for everyone involved. I have searched recovery updates online from local newspapers there. I wonder how the wildlife, turtles etc have managed and of course the Barrier Islands sand and sea grasses. I am looking forward to reading your two newest books as soon as I can order them in , however I read them too quickly! Thank you for the enjoyment your books give me. Regards, Liz Ahrens

  5. Saturday, October 22, 2016

    Richard Frederick

    Bend, Oregon USA

    Hello Dorothea; I just finished "Shem Creek" and thoroughly enjoyed it. A very nice change from my usual Whodunit books. I'm a photographer and a good many years ago I was on Hilton Head Is photographing & I came across a half sunken fishing boat. I can't tell you exactly where I was but I made the photograph from a gangplank connecting a floating dock to the mainland. Must have been a wholesaler's dock for fishermen to sell their catch. The name of the boat was visible on the bow..."Miss Shem Creek". That's mainly the reason I purchased your book "Shem Creek"( and glad I did). I would be very happy to send you a copy of the photograph...No strings attached...if it is of interest to you. You might be able to tell where I was standing by looking at the photograph. If you would like it just email me & tell me where to send it (No charge). I can email a copy of a digital file scanned from my original 4 X 5 negative or I can mail a print to wherever you tell me. It is my way of saying Thank You for a wonderful & memorable book. I will now read more of your Low Country books. Something I know about that many folks don't is She Crab Soup! Best wishes

  6. Friday, October 07, 2016

    Jan Schuroll

    Bothell, Washington USA

    Hello from the Pacific Northwest! I have read and re-read all your books (except the last one); haven't gotten to a bookstore yet. I have two questions for you --- have you ever come to the Seattle area on a tour, and do women in the South really speak with exclamation points so frequently? I think of the ACE Basin and compare it to the Nisqually Delta here in Washington state, which has been returned to a natural state after many years of overuse. When I read of the scent of the ocean in the South, I think of the tide flats on Elliot Bay in Seattle -- with the scent of salt and marine life. My two oldest sons spent many years in military service, and always knew they were home when they could smell it. I've read your books, Pat Conroy, and Anne Rivers Siddons, and learned a lot. Thank you for your work. Rivers Siddons and

  7. Friday, September 30, 2016

    Sylvia Riggin

    Columbia, South Carolina United States

    Moving to Edisto Island 1st of November. Can't wait to see a book from you that includes the sleepy little Beach town. From the Goodland and Everglades City area of Florida when I walked on Edisto I knew I had found my new home. And Then There Was You who brought the love of the islands of South Carolina alive. Thank you I found my new home

  8. Saturday, September 24, 2016

    victoria melendez

    palestine, TX United States

    love your books have been reading them for years just bought the last original wife and lowcountry summer books and reading them now going to buy the rest of the books im missing keep up the good work love your books

  9. Tuesday, September 20, 2016


    delray beach, florida USA

    I read All Summer Long, followed by All the Single Ladies, which I just finished. Love a happy ending! My boyfriend and I will be visiting Charleston next year for the first time, and aside from the restaurants mentioned in your book, can you give me some other places that we might try? Thanks!

  10. Monday, September 12, 2016

    Kimberly Richards

    Maricopa, Arizona USA

    I am one of those rarities - a Krsipy Kreme virgin! Yes, just started ...Single Ladies....

  11. Friday, September 09, 2016

    Debbie Hagan

    Theresa, New York United States

    Dorthea, All Summer Long is an incredible book. I teach fourth grade and one of the skills I teach the children is to go inside the book with the characters. This book certainly lends itself to this concept. I felt like I was on Necker's Island with Bob's guests. I could feel the sand between my toes and feel the sun and wind on my face. I would stop and google and people and places you talked about. I shared my love of the book with my students. They would ask everyday what was happening in All Summer Long. You are truly a very gifted author. Thank you for sharing your gift with the world. Debbie Hagan

  12. Thursday, September 01, 2016


    Daniel island, SC USA

    Awesome books. Just moved to Daniel Island. So many places in your books I have visited. Thank you for taking us on this incredible journey way through your riding.

  13. Sunday, August 28, 2016

    nancy langman

    vineyard haven, Massachusetts United States

    You Rock. Looking forward to reading all of your books. Dinner was lovely. Nancy and Gary

  14. Friday, August 26, 2016

    Linda Robinson

    Monroe, Georgia United States

    Hi Dot! Oh how I love your books. Whenever I pull one of your books out of my bookcase, I know that I'm in for a treat. Your story and characters are so incredible real that I feel like I'm right their with them trailing behind in their shadow. So far I've read about half of your novels, but I plan to read all of them. I love Charleston and that whole area. Thank you for sharing your wonderful talent with us grateful readers.

  15. Monday, August 22, 2016

    Cathy Nance

    Kansas City, MO USA

    Just finished All Summer Long. I have read every book of yours & never been disappointed. I am a Missouri girl born & bred, but there has to be some Lowcountry Girl in me somewhere! My husband & I have been to Charleston twice, & I'd go again tomorrow if I could. Actually, if most of my family wasn't here close, I think I'd be down there as near to the beach as I could get! I swear that place speaks to me like nowhere else I've ever been. It's fun being there, having read your books, & recognizing so many of the places you talk about. Thank you for keeping my "Carolinian Spirit" alive through your stories! Keep writing & I'll keep on reading!ð

  16. Sunday, August 21, 2016

    Stacey McNabb

    Loudon, Tennessee USA

    I discovered your Lowcountry series this summer. I cannot praise them enough. I truly enjoyed each and every one of them. I have now printed out your booklist, and I am planning to read everything you have written. You are truly a talented writer who brings much enjoyment to her readers. I am a teacher, and my summer off was definitely more enjoyable by reading your books. Thanks so much for sharing your talent!

  17. Monday, August 15, 2016

    Christy Shay

    Putnam , Connecticut USA

    Dear Dot, Your books are incredible, just like talking with a close friend over a glass of sweet tea. I have read them all (actually multiple times) and whenever I make a new acquaintance who is a reader I tell her she MUST read you. Just finished Isle of Palms for about the 10th time and wonder if you are as talented a gardener as Anna. She expounds on the importance of good dirt with composted manure and vermiculite. Can you tell me in what proportions? Please help! I love that you provide recipes for all the scrumptious foods from your books - can you give me the recipe for super dirt? Thanks for all the good times. Keep them coming.

  18. Monday, August 08, 2016

    Lucile Osborne

    Lake City, FL USA

    Your books speak to my heart. They also give me hope for my life. When I read them, I feel I know the characters; their hurts are my hurts, their joys are my joys and their successes are mine! I feel your love for the land of your birth and wish I could describe the stories of my childhood in the "piney woods" of north Florida the way you describe the stories and history of the Low Country. Very simply, thank you.

  19. Tuesday, August 02, 2016

    Katherine Tokar Hollerith

    Chatham, NJ USA

    Hi Dottie! I work at the Madison Library now. Just recently, three women came in and each took out two of your books. They were so excited as they had just heard of you and were thrilled there were a number of your books! One woman told me that after having read a couple of them, she will be adding them to her personal collection. I continue to love your work and offer you my warmest congratulations on your success! Love, Kathy

  20. Sunday, July 31, 2016

    Cheryl Rhynes

    Ada, Oklahoma USA

    My husband and I are big fans of your books. As we were planning our vacation, we knew we'd be coming to Charleston. We did a tour of that city and have now checked into Shem Creek Inn. We'll be doing some exploring in this area, and hopefully be able to see some of the things you talk about in your books!

  21. Saturday, July 30, 2016

    Linda Reaves

    Greensboro, NC USA

    Feeling a little sad to night - have just finished reading the last of all of your books this year -each one is the best when I am reading it -am not a Geechee girl but sure am a Wanna Be-did not read them in the order you wrote them but it did not seem to matter- I've never written to an author before but needed to share with you how much entertainment and fun reading your books has been - look forward to 2017's new one- what a gift you have

  22. Wednesday, July 27, 2016

    Anne gardner

    Pigeon, Mi USA

    I just finished reading my first book by you...Sullivan's Island. What a delightful read. You have a way of making the entire family feel as if it were my own. I look forward to reading many more of your books .

  23. Tuesday, July 26, 2016


    Corbin, Ky USA

    Today l brought home the book full of grace. Of all the books to Read l chose a story l am living. My son last June was told he has glioblastoma. l dropped all and went to his side. We were told two months it has been one year I believe in prayer and God has held all our hands through these months. He is now at the end . Thank you for your books that l have loved. They male me laugh cry and just fell good. I spend a lot of time reading while setting by his side. I dream of the beaches and one day soon l hope to go to my favorite place to rest. So please keep writing and may God bless your books.

  24. Saturday, July 23, 2016

    Sondra Moffat

    Pollocksville, NC USA

    I just closed the cover of "All Summer Long," and said to myself..."I've got to send Dot a note." I just love you! I've read every one of your books, and wait impatiently for the next one. I loved this one, and I'm totally in love with the low country. I live in coastal North Carolina, so I'm familiar with the ambience of coastal living. I just move right into your books and live there until I close the cover. Please don't stop writing about Charleston and the islands off its coast. You absolutely make it all come alive! Once again, let me say that I love you, Dot, and I love your books!!

  25. Thursday, July 21, 2016

    Renee O

    Henrietta, NY USA

    Love, Love, Love your books!! Got hooked on them last winter and have now read all of them. Just finished All Summer Long and because of your books I am vacationing in Charleston and surrounding areas this summer!! Can not wait to experience what you write about first hand!

  26. Thursday, July 21, 2016


    fitchburg, ma USA

    hi dorothea ok i pick up your book all summer long so i love it very much so iam butiing you on my list thank you god bless hope to here from you if you do email peggyweaver have a great summer ps i donot do face book or twrrite

  27. Saturday, July 16, 2016

    Stacey Mcnabb

    Loudon, Tennessee United States

    I just discovered your books this summer. I've been reading the Lowcountry books & have loved them! I'm an elementary teacher & have really enjoyed reading your books this summer while im off from school. They make me laugh & cry. Super hard to put down. I tell all my friends how great your books are. I look forward to reading more!

  28. Friday, July 15, 2016

    Elizabeth Jones

    Columbia , SC USA

    I just finished Hurricane Sisters and basically read it in one sitting. I could not put it down! As with reading your other books, I had to see how the story turned out! Thank you for a cast of memorable characters who play out this wonderful story of significant redeeming social value. Elizabeth

  29. Wednesday, July 13, 2016

    Heather Hogue

    Louisville, Kentucky USA

    My 95 year old grandmother (I fondly call her Nana), who is also named Dot, absolutely loves your books. After reading one, she just recently asked me to go out and buy all of them! So, through cleaver searching, I found them all and I must say, your books have given her many hours of enjoyable reading! My Nana, Dot, is quite a remarkable woman, growing up a true Southern woman in Kentucky all of her life, she has led an amazing journey all the way from working with the Salvation Army during the war, to helping her grandfather run the only grocery in our town, and then later owning it and running it as her own, not to mention all the other countless adventures she's had! She is a consistent role model to myself as well as all of our family! At 95 years old, she continues to be as just a remarkable, living in her own home, independent and full of wisdom, wit and fun! I just wanted to share with you a little about such a amazing woman that I love dearly who is a devoted reader and fan of yours.

  30. Monday, July 11, 2016

    Anne Park


    Years ago I had read and thoroughly enjoyed SULLIVAN'S ISLAND. WE have vacationed many years at IOP and love Chareleston. My teacher group vacationed at Hilton Head this year and I brought PLANTATION with me. I kept reading the funny and juicy parts to my friends. They were hooked! I love your style and I love visualizing these places and people in your books. I went ahead and bought 3 more of your books and will be passing them around!

  31. Saturday, July 09, 2016

    Elizabeth S. Jones

    Columbia , SC USA

    I have fallen in love with you and your writing! I began Sullivan's Island on Wednesday evening and finished it Friday morning. I then picked up Folly Beach Friday night and just finished it. WOW I can hardly put down your books . This afternoon I will be joining you at Shem Creek. Thanks for the amazing Lowcountry trips! Hugs and love from a happy reader ~

  32. Wednesday, July 06, 2016

    Jean Stivason

    Bridgeville, PA USA

    I just finished All Summer Long. Loved it as I do all of your books. My favorite though is Last Original Wife! I never considered myself to be a fast reader but I usually can read your books in 2 or 3 days. I just hate to put them down....I can't wait to see what happens next. My second favorite of yours is the first book of yours that I ever read....Isle of Palms. I found d a hard copy in our local library for $1.00. It was a few years since it was written. The title peaked my curiosity because we had just visited a friend living in My. Pleasant and he took us to the Isle of Palms. Once I read it I was hooked!!!!! Can't wait every year for your new books to come out. I so wish to meet you someday. We come to Myrtle Beach quite often but you never seem to be in the area at the same time. We are coming in Sept. and plan to visit Sullivan's Island for the first time. I CAN'T WAIT!!!!!!! Please never stop writing!

  33. Wednesday, July 06, 2016

    James Percy Cunningham

    Carrollton, GA USA

    More interesting childhood place for thee; far greater success for thee than me; far better lookin' are you than me; but a whole year older than me are ye. Yippee! purported author J.P.C.

  34. Monday, July 04, 2016

    Saundra Slack

    Griffith, Indiana USA

    Just finished All Summer Long. It was very entertaining. I think I have read all your books except two. Loved them all because I could picture being at all the places you talk about. We have been coming to Wild Dunes for thirty three years. We love Sullivan's Island, Donleavy's, and Long Island Café. They have the best shrimp ever. We like the small café atmosphere. Lots more people in Charleston and Mt Pleasant now. We go for the month of October since we retired and it is not so crowded and really have little desire to go into Charleston since the market isn't the same and so many tourists. It is still a beautiful city if you have never been there and so much to see. So much history. Hoping your next book is about Sullivan's Island and Isle of Palms. We are getting older and every year we think will be our last to be able to make the travel. As we leave on the connector we shed tears. What wonderful memories. Thank you for your books that I can read in Indiana and pretend I am there.

  35. Wednesday, June 29, 2016

    lynn foscue

    high point, nc USA

    I just finished ALL SUMMER LONG...I love this story.It may well be my favorite Dottie Frank work yet.Hope you are on Sullivans Island whooping it up with family and friends.Would love to see you back in High Point sometime.Are we on your book tour? We had something exciting in the neighborhood this weekend.A wedding...but I guess you knew about that. They kept it pretty quiet.Love to you and yours and heres hoping this one stays on the NY Times best seller list for a long,long time.Congrats to you.

  36. Tuesday, June 28, 2016

    Sharon Roberts

    Pawleys Island, South Carolina United States

    It looks like your tour is winding down! Yeah for you!!!!! Now go stretch out on a beach towel and read my book. Its only 80 pages. Hardly seems fair to call it a book...oh well. Am waiting with bated breath ( what the heck is bated breath? Baited breath? Yuk.) Anyway, I need you. All Summer Long was fun and fabulous! Went back to reading Plantation cause I overlooked it somehow and now am rereading Pawleys Island, cause I live there and I love it. The book and the place, in case you were wondering. Ok. Enough. Relax, rest, and r-e-a-d my book, My Journey, His Plan. I think you are amazing.

  37. Monday, June 27, 2016

    Suzy Lindfield

    Lone Tree, CO USA

    I just finished your book while on vacation. What a fun book! I was shocked when you mentioned my hometown of Tekamah, NE! How on earth did you ever choose my hometown of 1800 people to be in your book? What a fun moment to experience in the story!! Blessings, Suzy

  38. Saturday, June 25, 2016

    Sara Fowler

    Thaxton, VA USA

    I just finished reading "All Summer Long" wonderful story. I have read all of your books and they just keep getting better.

  39. Thursday, June 23, 2016

    Bobby Couch

    Hartselle, AL USA

    I did it I just got 4 of your books .They All summer long, Return To Sullivan's Island, Isle of palms , and Folly Beach. I am on chapter six of Folly Beach already.

  40. Thursday, June 23, 2016

    Bobby Couch

    Hartselle, AL USA

    Wow you are a amazing writer with a catchy pen name. I was looking at ever thing I could about Folly Beach trying to find the April of Folly Beach that I lost in 1967. You have so many good books I only have post card printed in The Folly Current. It's called One day with April in the June 2016 paper. I have two book wrote but have not tried to publish them. I think I going to buy all of your books starting with folly Beach of course. Are you going to be doing any more book tours this year ? I just found your books last night and I did not see any tour dates left.

  41. Saturday, June 18, 2016

    Roni Larini

    Bernardsville, NJ USA

    I just finished reading "All Summer Long". What fun to find myself as a really good character in the book. Thanks so much. I keep buying books for family and friends and the Bookworm in town is doing well. I look,forward to seeing you again in October and I am inviting my three daughters to join me to meet you. One friend lives on KiawahnIaland for part of the year and I sent the book to her. She was very funny asking how that happened, but I knew that she would enjoy reading it as so much of it took place in her "backyard". Thanks so much. I was very concerned about Nick for awhile, but glad it all worked out. Thanks for doing this. The Friends of the Shelter made out very well and I have enjoyed the notoriety in town. Looking forward to,seeing you in October. Roni

  42. Friday, June 17, 2016

    Zelda Nichols

    Murrells Inlet, SC USA

    Comment One - Ok Dot - you finally did it, you may remember years ago I wrote that your books influenced my needing to learn about lowcountry so much that I had to investigate the area for myself. Upon doing so my husband and I bought two beach rental properties near Pawleys. Now we have gone the final step and bought a house for ourselves in Murrells Inlet and just finished moving fron NC to SC. Thank you so very much again for your unique style of writing which brings my to Comment Two - How did you get inside my head for All Summer Long? Page 174 and 175 is exactly how I am feeling. Downsizing is a huge adjustment and I totally get how Olivia is feeling except she still has a bigger home. She could be me on these two pages especially with husband settling right in to their old offices while al, my stuff is on the floor too. I am laughing and crying with this book, it is really hitting home except we are not even close to being billionaires.

  43. Friday, June 17, 2016

    Pat B

    st peters, MO USA

    Holy Cow, I started by reading "Full of Grace" and in two weeks have readd "Return to Sullivan's Island, Folley Beach, Lowcountry Summer and Bull Island". Have five more of your books on my nook and can't wait to get to them! Why can't they make a decent movie like your books. Your characters come alive and I want to meet each and every one of them over some crab cakes and iced tea. Thank you for many hours of enjoyment. Looking forward to many more hours of reading,

  44. Friday, June 17, 2016

    Melinda Gassaway

    Hot Springs, Arkansas USA

    Dear Dorothea, I have just finished listening to the audio version of "All Summer Long.." What a delight. Your novel's characters are so well drawn, albeit not all likable., but certainly these interesting personalities added to the fun of your latest literary hit. Thank you for adding so much pleasure to our summer days.

  45. Wednesday, June 15, 2016

    Joan Hornburg

    Tualatin, OR USA

    Love your books. Wish you would visit the Pacific Northwest.

  46. Tuesday, June 14, 2016

    Janet Ellis

    Bartlett, TN USA

    I saw you in Memphis last night and I was tickled pink. Could not wait to get home and call my sister (she is an avid reader, also loves your books) to tell her I got to have my picture with you!!! Keep on writing, we will never get tired of reading your wonderful beach books.

  47. Monday, June 13, 2016

    Carole Davenport Haywood

    Paducah, KY USA

    Love your books although they do make me a tad homesick..When we are back in Charleston for vacations we stay East of the Cooper..although I grew up on James Island, Riverland Terrace.. I have a neat subject for you concerning Riverland Terrace and Europenan Royalty (?)....

  48. Monday, June 13, 2016

    Maria Hurst

    Manchester, CT USA

    Just finished All Summer Long and enjoyed it very much! So glad to see you will be at the CT shoreline bookstore R. Julia - it is a beautiful town. I emailed them a long time ago and asked them to please arrange to have you make a presentation there because you have tons of fans in CT! We recently visited a dear friend who relocated to a lovely development in Chapin, SC - on our way back to CT from Naples where we spend the winter. Best of luck with your tour - I notice your latest is already number 3 on the best sellers' list!

  49. Monday, June 13, 2016


    springer, oklahoma USA

    Just discovered your books. They are great. You have a marvelous way of writing all the right words and feelings. Will continue to search for your books.

  50. Sunday, June 12, 2016


    Camden, SC United States

    I can't thank you enough for helping me acclimate to my home in SC. Raised in Bergen County NJ and relocated to SC after a horrific divorce you helped me to understand my new home and I appreciate it. Shem Creek gave me such insight to understand the culture behind the facade in SC. I both love and understand each and everyone of your characters and look forward to your new books each year. You always make me feel at home when sometimes I don't feel that way. Looking forward to your new novel next year.

  51. Sunday, June 12, 2016


    Nampa, Idaho USA

    I'm sad to say I only discovered your books 3 months ago and since then, I've read all of them!! I have never been to South Carolina and had no desire to, but now I am dying to go! Thanks to you I know exactly where to stay and what destinations I should check out!

  52. Sunday, June 12, 2016

    Lynn Stroud

    Nantucket, MA USA

    I just now finished your All Summer Long and enjoyed it so much. Not only have i rented houses on Sullivan's Island, but we winter in Virgin Gorda overlooking Necker Island, andI have spent 66 summers on Nantucket!!! So you can imagine how I identified with your story line! And you used names of people I know! It was a great time reading this book. Thank you, Dorothea!

  53. Saturday, June 11, 2016

    Margaret Nicholson

    Gravenhurst, Ont. Canada

    Just read Full of Grace, so different from your other books I have read. I really enjoyed the "miracle"!

  54. Friday, June 10, 2016


    Charleston, SC USA

    Well Dottie, you have another winner. Patty actually allowed me to read All Summer Long before she sank her meat hooks into it. When I took it back to the condo after the Litchfield signing she was still in the middle of another book so I got first shot at it. So I began my read on the porch overlooking the Atlantic. Fantastic story and side stories; amazing cast of interesting characters ( almost too many for an old man like me to keep straight); pleasurable journeys to the tropics, Nantucket, The Bay of Palma, and the Sea of Sardinia; and of course your usual elements of truth which are thinly disguised and easily noticed by some of us. And you always seem to find a way to weave in occasional words of wisdom. There's a passage on page 256 about people with all this stuff, but no joy. AMEN! However, I must admit that I'd like a shot at trying to be happy with money. I have a friend who says that money can't buy happiness but it makes unhappiness a lot more tolerable. And then there's the reference on page 274 to everyone seeming to rewrite the rules of society to justify their behavior. Ain't it the truth and it's getting worse every day. It's nice to see a story where people from around the country and different backgrounds find common ground, become friends, and get along. But in the end it's still supper down here and dinner on Nantucket (epilogue). :) Cheers, Steve

  55. Thursday, June 09, 2016

    Donna Harrell

    Williamston , NC USA

    Dearest Dottie...May I just say, I hold you solely responsible for the fact my furniture needs dusting, and I have absolutely no earthly motivation to do anything about it. Reason being...I bought a copy of "All Summer Long" yesterday at Barnes and Nobles in Greenville, NC, and cannot put it down! This book is another "ringer" for sure! Congratulations, and thank you for this delightful "beach read"!

  56. Wednesday, June 08, 2016

    Gail Panzer

    Beaverton, Oregon USA

    Dorothea, I have read all your books and always anxiously await your next. However, the reason I am writing is to thank you so much for acknowledging the passing of another favorite author, Pat Conroy. It was he who turned me on to South Carolina & the low country. I have visited several times & am always ready to go back. I was so fortunate to have met him as he arrived for a reading in Portland, OR. I will always miss him.

  57. Tuesday, June 07, 2016

    joan weindorf

    stockholm, nj United States

    WOW! You are an incredible writer. I am so glad my friend handed me one of your books, Sullivan's Island. I looked up your profile and I have added several other books on my "To read" list.

  58. Wednesday, June 01, 2016

    Lynn Billings

    Spartanburg, South Carolina United States

    I love your books! I spent my summers between Edisto Island (met your sister Lynn) and visiting a great aunt on Tradd Street. I am waiting on a book from you with the title, "Edisto Island". Thank you for your work.

  59. Tuesday, May 31, 2016


    FLORENCE, South Carolina USA

    I am a big fan. Have been hooked on your books for a long time. I love Charleston, Mt Pleasant and Sullivans Island area. Your books are incredible reads. Heading out to buy your latest this pm, can't wait. Lisa

  60. Sunday, May 29, 2016

    Maryjane Williams

    Oviedo, Florida USA

    I can't tell you how much your books have meant to me....I so love the so called "Low Country" and fully intend to read each and everyone of your books. Just got done with "Folly Beach"....loved the two old ladys...remind me of myself...hilarious.

  61. Saturday, May 28, 2016

    Norma Rodriguez

    Lakewood, CA USA

    My reading group has read ALL of your books and I read "The Christmas Pearl" every year. We think it's high time you return to Southern California. You know you want to!

  62. Friday, May 20, 2016


    Lexington, NC USA

    I just finished reading Folly was as wonderful as the rest of the Lowcountry Tales! Your characters are so real, I hate to leave them at the end of the book! Love, love, love your writing style! I look forward to reading more of your works.

  63. Wednesday, May 18, 2016


    Rolling Meadows, Illinois United States

    I just picked up Lowcountry Summer and now I'm hooked!! I listen to books on my drive to work and sometimes while at work looking at statistics and these are going to take me to the beautiful coast to get away from the dreary Chicago grey skies. I was on Parris Island, SC to become a Marine as my first experience of living on the coast (and yes I loved it) and have been back several times to South Carolina, North Carolina and the Florida coast on vacations. Thank you for capturing the essence of the places and taking me away to vacation again..even if only in my mind.

  64. Saturday, May 14, 2016

    Helaine Chersonsky

    Natick, MA USA

    Just received your book, "All Summer Long," and I am enthralled. You reel me in like a fly fisherman tosses out a silver lure to a cutthroat trout. Love how you introduce characters. Our writer's group met this morning in Framingham, MA and talked about character development. You have a gift of explication and I am learning so much. Bless you and thank you for your books and your perspective. Hope to get down to CT for your book signing. Blessings

  65. Monday, May 09, 2016

    Jeffrey Elliot Fleming

    Charleston, SC USA

    Confession, I've not yet read your books. However, my best friend from Sacramento has listened to many (she is blind) and loves them. Then the calls start - "I'm on Rifle Range Rd"..."I was just by Shem Creek"...I've lived in Charleston for 35 years and my children attended Sullivan's Island Elementary School....for my friend, it feels like she's visiting me while on an adventure. Thank you for this! Of course, this made me curious, and then I read you now live in New Jersey. I grew up in Chatham after my parents moved from Llewellyn Park in West Orange. Tennis was the family business so much of our life was spent between the Orange Lawn Tennis Club and Racquets Club of Short Hills. Now I have crossed visions of driving down Coleman Blvd on my way to visit the Turtle Back Zoo! Needless to say, too many parallels...oh well, guess its time to see what I've missed...I'll start with book one...

  66. Tuesday, May 03, 2016

    Nita Jeanne

    Atlanta, Georgia United States

    I loved "Return to Sullivans Island and am hoping that you will write another book containing information about the future of Woody and Beth. They are such a perfect couple.

  67. Saturday, April 23, 2016


    Torrington, Ct USA

    Thank you for writing about vibrant, interesting women in their 50's and older. I have read and enjoyed many DBF novels but have never been moved to write until All the Single Ladies. As a nurse for 28 years, I was touched by you're portrayal of Lisa, the nurse in the story. Lisa was kind, compassionate and smart. Nurses are often portrayed as handmaidens, vixens or shrews, Lisa was none of these things. I hope DBF keeps writing because I want to keep reading.

  68. Friday, April 22, 2016

    Janis Cranford Ford

    Statesville, North Carolina USA

    I absolutely love your books!!! I have read them all and can't wait till the new one comes out. My husband and I go to Charleston every favorite place on earth! Many thanks for great reads...

  69. Wednesday, April 13, 2016

    Mary-Ann Gaston

    Overland Park, Kansas USA

    I love your books. In fact, I'm going to Charleston (actually staying at Isle of Palms) at the end of April because I just have to visit some of the places mentioned in your book. It's something I've wanted to do for several years. A girlfriend asked if she could go with me, so I gave her two of your books to read before we go; she's starting with one of my favorites, Full of Grace. If you happen to be in Charleston April 27-29, it would be a pleasure to meet you in person.

  70. Saturday, April 09, 2016


    Chico, Ca USA

    Help!!! I own "Isle of Palms" and I love it, I read it at least once a year (puts me in a summer mood) and I KNOW I have read its sequel but can't remember the name of it. Isn't there one in which Anna's father marries Lucy? Did I imagine this? Lol, I remember checking it out from the library and being so tickled that I got to spend more time with Anna and her quirky family. If I imagined this I must need help because this would have been one heck of a dream!

  71. Tuesday, April 05, 2016

    Shalome Kim FelderI

    Baltimore, Maryland USA

    Plantation should be made into a movie. It is hilarious. I love the dialog, between Caroline, Millie and Mother. I just finished the after dinner scene where the neices put on a little show for their grandmother. I was already bursting with laughter at the phrase spoken by Caroline about the third neice, "Here comes Hell in a dress." Then the child crashed into something and broke the Waterford bowl. I saw that scene in my mind and would love to see it on the big screen..

  72. Tuesday, April 05, 2016

    Marley Rich

    Jupiter, Florida USA

    Thank you so much for coming to Palm Beach! The Book Festival this past week was so very special because of the presence of you Dorothea and Jacquelyn Mitchard! I have read all of your books and am looking forward to reading your latest, "All Summer Long" ! All of us book addicts are so delighted to have you on our own list of one of the very Best Authors of today! Best Regards, Marley

  73. Thursday, March 24, 2016

    Ann Parsons

    Rockford, illinois USA

    I am so fortunate to have met you at All ingle Ladies book signing in Charleston. I have already ordered your new book and can't wait to read it! I was also fortunate to meet your daughter at this time. Congratulations on her wedding! She stated she was working on her own book-has she published her book yet?

  74. Thursday, March 24, 2016

    Zelda Nichols

    Lexington, NC USA

    Well Dot, thanks to you it's finally happening - we will move to a house right next door to Huntington Beach State Park at the end of April and it's all thanks to you. You may remember that your books influenced us to fall in love with Low Country and buy two rental properties, now we are moving there permanently. You could write a book about all the trials and tribulations since we first found the house July 4th week of 2015, so many really terrible things went wrong with the sale of the property that I feel like we are in one of your novels, my husband and I have been married 48 years and it is the solid relationship that is holding us together now as we look forward to watching sunrises and walking on the beach together. God Bless you Low Country, it really is the best of all places to live. You taught us that.

  75. Tuesday, March 22, 2016

    Patti Adler

    Gold Canyon, Arizona USA

    just read Isle of Palms, what a great book!! Have read most of your other books, maybe missed a couple, but what a great read. Started with The Last Original Wife and went back to some older books! Can not wait for the next one!!

  76. Tuesday, March 22, 2016

    jane johnson

    sherwood, Oregon USA


  77. Monday, March 21, 2016

    Donna Barber

    Wyandotte, OK USA

    I have bought and read all of your books except the new one "All Summer Long", which I will buy this summer. I love every one of fact, I have read all of them more than once! I think my favorite is "Isle of Palms". I am retiring from teaching high school this May and my husband and I hope to visit Charleston someday. Thank you so much for so much pleasure!!! Keep writing, girlfriend!

  78. Saturday, March 19, 2016

    Penney Martin

    Yorktown, Virginia USA

    Just sorta got back into reading again. Have read Isle of Palms, Saving Grace, Bulls Island, and I just finished Shems Creek. Two years ago while at Kiawah Iland, A Low Country Romance was on the bookshelf in my room. Didn't notice it until Wednesday. Download it on my Kindle when I got home. My favorites are the Low Country. I think I have all of yours that I have. Gotta get more. Am going to try the biscuit recipes in the back. You gotta get to Virginia again.. I met you at the Charles Taylor years ago and you signed my hardback copy of Sullivan's Islad. We ate at the Poe Tavern which was mentioned several times in Shem Creek. Keep writing. You are the best.

  79. Friday, March 04, 2016

    Mary Carr

    Batavia, IL USA

    Dot, I would like to express my condolences on the loss of your friend, Pat Conroy. You talked about your friendship with Pat when I saw you once in Naperville, IL and it stuck with me as I enjoyed his writing as well. Having the joy of visiting Charleston only twice in my life, I so enjoy reading about that wonderful place in your books and in Pat's. May he rest in peace and may you find joy in happy memories of your friend, Pat Conroy.

  80. Thursday, March 03, 2016

    Virginia Schofield

    Mays Landing, NJ USA

    Hi Dorothy! I just wanted to tell you how important you have been to me this year. My sister introduced me to a few of your novels and I have been enjoying so many of them while I recover from Triple Negative Breast Cancer. You transport me every time and I have come to love and imagine the beauty of the Low Country and its characters. You have truly captured the mystic of your beloved islands. Being a musician I even went on to research Dubose Heyward and read his book Porgy. The story about the Heywards and Gershwin was so interesting. Coincidentally my cousins, sister and I are planning a May trip to Charleston and a short cruise. Since I have been raving about you they have elected me tour guide while we spend two days there. I do not even know where to begin! I would really love for you to suggest 2-3 excursions and restaurants that would be most representative . We will be staying in the historic section and am sure we will be walking around there. Once again I love your books and your wonderful literary gifts. I look forward to the newest novels!!!! Thank you. P.S. We are all from New Jersey with roots in Maplewood, Summit, Bernardsville and Atlantic City area.

  81. Tuesday, March 01, 2016

    Dorothy I. Michalowski

    New, CT USA

    Dear Ms. Frank, I just lost my Mom - my dearest friend and guiding light. I cannot begin to describe how hard this is. We were practically inseparable and had only each other and our Dog, Sylvia. I can't sleep at night - that film from her last days and from the hospital keeps re-looping in my crazed mind and my heart pounds away like it's about to tear through my throat jump out of my chest and the tears just won't stop. (And I can't bawl away in front of my Dog because she also misses my Mom something fierce and my crying just upsets her more. As it is she's developed serious separation anxiety and I have to haul - and she's a big haul - she's part St. Bernard- her everywhere with me to keep us both from going off the cliff crazy...) I see and feel my Mom in every nook and cranny of our house and in everything I do and experience and sometimes I truly cannot breathe... I keep making two cups of tea...And the nights are so awfully long!...So I read like a fanatical maniac. Were it not for your books, your wonderful stories to which I can escape for at least a little bit, I swear I'd completely lose what's left of my mind. So thank you. For helping to keep me quasi-sane and semi-functional. I've never been to South Carolina, but I swear, as soon as get a few wits about me and a bit of my lost emotional ducks in a row, I am going to pack up my Sylvia and take a drive South. Maybe your beautifully described Lowcountry can help heal my and Sylvia's sad broken hearts. So thank you so much for your wonderful stories. Please don't ever stop writing and please know, that your words have tremendous power. They're a salve for a bruised soul and a hell of a lot better than Prozac. Thank you, Sincerely, Dorothy

  82. Monday, February 22, 2016


    Miller Place, New York USA

    I had the pleasure of meeting you down at a book signing in Charleston,SC. Though I am from Long Island, NY I am as a southerner at heart. I have thoroughly enjoyed every book that you have written! I will be down in South Carolina staying on Kiawah Island for 2 weeks and I am so disappointed that I will miss your book signing by a few days but rest assured I am anxiously awaiting the release of you next book to add to my collection . Thank you for all of the wonderful books that you have written for all to enjoy through the years!!

  83. Saturday, February 20, 2016

    V.A. Austin

    Laconia, NH USA

    I found a copy of 'Plantation' in my local Goodwill for $1.00. I've never had such fun for a dollar. What a great book. This writer made me feel lots of emotion from giggles to tears and everything in between. I will be seeking out other books written by Ms. Frank. Thanks for such a pleasurable experience!

  84. Thursday, February 11, 2016

    Rita Cruse

    Pickerington, Ohio USA

    Truly a gifted author. I read single Ladies. I could not put it down. I came away uplifted and inspired. I do believe it is one of the best books, I have ever read. I will reccomend this to our book club. The elements of mystery and romance. The humor as well as the wonderful low country setting will keep a reader entranced . Thank You for sharing your talent with a literary audience who truly appreciates your abilities. Please continue to inspire and delight us.

  85. Monday, February 08, 2016

    Mary Anne Zang

    Hill AFB, UT USA

    I just wanted to say thank you for your wonderful books. I recently came back from a Deployment that was very stressful. I was able to read a few of your books that my Mom sent to me and they really helped get me through the deployment. I was able to escape from what was all around me, and it helped more than you know! Thank you so much and please kept up the amazing work!

  86. Tuesday, February 02, 2016


    Lexington, NC USA

    It is one of life's greatest pleasures to finish a book and long for more of the story, only to discover that you have just read the first one of a collection of tales. So looking forward to the next installment of the Lowcountry Tales. Thank you for allowing me to smell the surf and feel the sand between my toes. I look forward to spending more time in the Lowcountry with you.

  87. Sunday, January 31, 2016

    Joyous Bethel

    Lancaster, PA USA

    When Land of Mango Sunsets first came out, I bought it for a summer read. Well, as I read, it was so good, I wanted to slow down and savor it, but I could not put it down; I just devoured it! Then I went back to the bookstore, and bought every book of yours on the shelf, and had the store order the ones they did not have. BEST. BOOKS . EVER !!!! Thank you so much for sharing the Low Country with us! I always look for your new books with great anticipation, and they never disappoint! Love the recipes, too! Thank you, thank you, thank you! Joyous Bethel

  88. Saturday, January 23, 2016


    Ojai, CA USA

    Hi, Dot! I just finished my first book of yours, Folly Beach, and it won't be the last. I LOVED it so much; Kate, John, and the entire cast of characters. Thanks so much for Folly Beach- what a great reading experience! More Cate, Sarah, Daisey, Elly and John, please. My question is, was it accurate as far the history of the backstory of Porgy and Bess, the Gershwins, the Heyward's and another person writing the real story of Dorothy and Debose?? Your weaving in history is the kind of novel I'd like to be able to write someday, historical fiction. Do you teach workshops? I've looked into your other books descriptions. Although I will still be reading them, I'm getting the impression they aren't weaving in history like this book did, based on actual historical characters. If I'm wrong about this, please point me to the title(s).

  89. Saturday, January 16, 2016

    Anita McPeak

    College grove, TN - Tennessee USA

    Thank you for giving the world the wonderful people in your books. Please keep them coming !

  90. Friday, January 01, 2016

    Catherine Lindley

    Grand Ledge, MI USA

    I just finished Plantation. It is the first book of yours I have read. I am enthralled! I was also quite saddened during the last few chapters. The reason? Just four weeks ago today, my husband passed away due to Lung cancer that metastasized to his neck and ribs. Much like Lavinia and her bone cancer. I was 're-living' the last five months of his life in your words. You described the suffering down to a T. Bone cancer pain is horrendous to live through. The last few chapters were difficult to read, but I am not a quitter! His death was in the same 'weeks' time frame as Lavinia's were. On page 433 you wrote: "I wasn't a victim and I wasn't a savior. No longer content to live in the script written by others. I was a woman almost worth something. Now the games would begin. Now, I would wage my mettle against fate." Caring for David was not something I regret and I'd do it again in a heartbeat. What you wrote on page 433 spoke to me regarding a terrible marriage I'd been in for 25 years before divorce and then meeting David, the love of my life. David taught me so much about what a good life could be (even though he was not well since before I met him and we didn't get to get out and about very often-I knew this when we met, but it didn't matter to me) and about the person I could be when I wasn't being held back. Now that I'm 'done learning from David' I will in time, pick myself up, brush myself off and figure out what my new normal will be. I only knew David for 8 years; but it was long enough to know that I've lost a man who meant the world to me and who loved me unconditionally, as I loved him. Plantation sure hit home with me in a whole lot of ways. David devoured books and he is the one who picked this book out for me. He said, I know you enjoy books that take place in real places, that have history to them; you'll like this one. He'd never read Plantation, he knew it would be a story for me. I have been to Savannah and fell in love with it and Tybee Island and St. Simon's Island. I'm sure I'd fall in love with South Carolina. I will search out your other books and am anxious to 'get back to "your" neck of the woods.' I enjoy your writing style and I am so glad I have finally discovered your books!! Thank you, Catherine

  91. Tuesday, December 29, 2015

    Vicki Horton Roach

    Huntersville, NC USA

    As I sit here overlooking the Folly River, with Folly Beach in hand, ready to read, I can immerse myself in the beauty around me & this book I have been trying to read since it first came out! Dottie Frank became my favorite author INSTANTLY, upon reading Plantation, over 10 years ago. I look forward to each new work of art every year & just cannot wait to get my hands on it! My fiancé just finished The Christmas Pearl sitting here beside me, not 5 minutes ago. I treasure the time I have to immerse myself in her beautifully written stories. I love the historical references and have learned much from her books. Thank you for each & every story you tell, for making every character come alive and pull me into their worlds. It is a pleasure each time I open the pages of one of your books!

  92. Wednesday, December 23, 2015

    nancy burns

    lansing mi, mi USA

    I recently discovered your books and have read about 6 of them. I had the opportunity to visit Charleston and Savannah and the coasts of both this past spring and I just fell in love with the area. Thank you so much for your books, when I sit down to read one, I do "nothing" else till I have finished that book and then I do whatever I need to do before I start another one. This morning, I went to my local library and got 3 more of your books and am reading "Porch lights" now. I have to leave shortly to take my daughter in for a procedure at the outpatient dept. of the local hospital and that will take about 3 hours so guess what, I'm taking your book with me and another one in case I finish Porch Lights. I can relate to some of the areas because I've been there. Thank you so much for your wonderful books, I'll keep reading till I've finished all of them. Nancy Burns

  93. Saturday, December 19, 2015


    Albertville, Alabama USA

    I have selected ALL THE SINGLE LADIES for our book club discussion in January. All of our members are now older but have been reading books together for twelve or more years. Something in this book really spoke to me; perhaps it is the fact that we never really know people, even our friends. We are at a point in life when we face the uncertainty of life daily and thus value friendships even more. I think the book will be particularly enjoyable to this group since all the members have varied pasts and singular accomplishments, from working for the CIA to living abroad to growing up on a tenant farm. Plus, we recently lost one member. Perhaps we can learn from this book to appreciate our friends for what we don't know about them, as well as what we do know. Thank you for the tears as well as the laughter.

  94. Wednesday, December 16, 2015

    Linda Albrand

    Lewes, Delaware USA

    I am now going back to Tall Pines in book #7 of the Low country series. I know all good things must come to an end at some point but............I am not looking forward to the end of this series. You have made reading magical. I can almost smell the Pawley's breeze. Your characters are real and I find myself crying and laughing along with them. Thank you for bringing the low country to life.

  95. Wednesday, December 09, 2015


    Melbourne, Florida USA

    Just finished "All the single ladies", hated to see the story end! This was the first book of yours that I have read and now can't wait to read all of the others! While reading I always felt like I was there with all the characters, a relaxing down to earth nice story! Dreamy,festive, great!

  96. Friday, November 27, 2015

    Sissy Seyle

    Papillion, NE USA

    I cannot find out when The Christmas Pearl will be released as a movie. Could someone advise? Thank you, Sissy

  97. Sunday, November 22, 2015

    Ann Marie

    Abington , PA USA

    I am so looking forward to the arrival of Single Ladies that I just ordered. Have been going thru some hard times for the past 3+ years and your books give me the respite I so need. Keep it up! Future goal once children are grown to find a little cottage in one of the Carolinas and experience firsthand the low country. Thanks Dorothea.

  98. Saturday, November 21, 2015

    Robin Robison

    Pensacola, Florida USA

    I want to thank you for your books. I just love them and I think I have read most of them. My first was "The Chritmas Pearl"! What a great story! I started reading your books while going through chemo for breast cancer. I want to thank you for getting me through it. The books took me away to wonderful places and always with a smile on my face. They helped me get through the side effects of chemo, made horrible time more bearable. I am in Mt. Pleasant today for my husband's Aunt's birthday. I also found out that you may know her. Her daughter is Mary Trudy McManus Datillo! She has encouraged me to email and tell you how I feel about your books. I love coming to the Low Country and visiting Mark's cousins and Aunt. There is definitely something special about the Low Country. Thank from the bottom of my heart for writing your books.

  99. Thursday, November 19, 2015

    Pamela Mckeel

    Lawtenceville, Georgia USA

    Hello Mrs Frank, It is a pleasure to leave this post to you. I was never a reader in my youth. In fact, I hated reading. My best friend Barbara had read all of your books, and suggested them many times. I was forced to stop work and stay home, guess God knew I needed to read? I was born in South Carolina and grew up going to Isle of Palms, Sullivans Island beaches and frequently visited my Aunt in Charleston. After marriage my husband took us to the Outer Banks for vacation. This always saddened me , always wanted my children to see " my beaches". I stumbled upon Hurricane Sisters and The Original Wives and started the adventure. A whole new world opened up for me as I revisited those beaches thru your books. And yes, I have all but one of them now...the one you will be writing next!! You are truly a gifted writer. Thank you very much for sharing your gift.

  100. Thursday, November 12, 2015

    Bonnie Fuhrman

    Coral Springs, Florida USA

    Hello! I just finished reading FULL OF GRACE and I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed the book. I loved the relationship between Grace and Michael,the entire Russo clan and the travel parts. I read a lot and enjoy most of the books I read but I never write to an author. For some reason I wanted to tell you the above. I will go to the library and read your other books. Thank you. Bonnie Fuhrman

  101. Monday, November 09, 2015

    Kareem Rollings

    Brampton , Ontario Canada

    Ima recently retired Teacher who finally has time to travel. My husband and I would like to travel to Sullivan's Island at the beginning of April and explore the area. Can you recommend accommodation and must see sites. I love,love, love your books!! Kareen ð

  102. Saturday, November 07, 2015


    Ga USA

    Would like to take a vacation and visit all destinations mentioned in books. I know others have already blazed the trail. Any suggested routes,order,time frame, would be appreciated,

  103. Thursday, November 05, 2015

    Kimberly McCoy

    Havana, Il USA

    Oh boy...I just found this website after reading "Plantation." LOVED the book and I now see I am far behind in reading more of your books. I wrote them all down and will now hunt them down to read. I am a voracious reader all sorts and Plantation is now on my list of all time favorites. How Bawdy, touching and funny! I laughed out loud, I cried and laughed and cried again. Thank You for putting the words down into the book of Plantation. A true Gem to read. Kimberly McCoy

  104. Monday, November 02, 2015

    Jennifer Robinson

    South Euclid, Oh USA

    Your descriptions of the 'Holy City' and surrounding areas make it sound so magical and beautiful. From the beaches to the local restaurants mentioned in your books, all I have wanted to do is visit S.C. and in 6wks it will become a reality for me! I will finally get to see first hand Mt. Pleasant/ Shem Creek, Isle of Palms, Folly Beach and of course Historic Charleston. Thank you for writing such wonderful books filled with great female characters who have so much passion for the Low Country.

  105. Wednesday, October 28, 2015

    Janet Filkins

    McLeansboro, Illinois USA

    I just began reading your books and am totally captivated by your style of writing. I have looked all your books up to see which ones I haven't read and excited to find them. Love your books!!!!!

  106. Sunday, October 25, 2015

    Gretchen Clerc

    Ft. Worth, Texas USA

    Dottie, If not for reading "Sullivan's Island'" a number of years ago, I would never have just returned from my 6th visit to the Low Country! I have read every single book, finished "All the Single Ladies" shortly before this trip, and keep a list of the restaurants and locations mentioned. From The One-Eyed Parrot (cited in an earlier book) to The Obstinate Daughter, it is so fun to find these actual places. I've even attended Mass at Stella Maris and we just missed their church bazaar this year. Love that little church! I am already looking forward to next year's vacation on Isle of Palms. Thank you for writing such enjoyable books! I anticipate each one.

  107. Sunday, October 25, 2015


    Indian Land, SC USA

    Just reading Plantation, my first of your many. I LOVE it, but may I make a comment? You refer variously to "retirement community" , "assisted living" , "institution" -- there is a great difference among those! I live in a retirement community and am far from feeble or in need of institutionalization or even assisted living. Thanks anyway for your habit-forming books!

  108. Wednesday, October 21, 2015

    Judi DeGeorge


    Help! I love your books! I am having trouble finding book 6. What is the name of this book. I am trying to read them in order.

  109. Tuesday, October 06, 2015

    Jean Caskey

    Lancaster, SC USA

    I just sent a lengthy note of the readings, and I forgot to sign name before I submitted. Help! Jean Caskey Lancaster, SC October 05, 2015

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