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September 30, 2016
at 10:20 PM said:
You are a beautiful woman & beautiful soul . Read I'm with the band - then stumbled upon an excerpt of Dandelion- buying your book now ! Thank you for sharing your life - all the best to you !
December 15, 2015
at 3:17 PM said:
i've just finished Pam's book and I'm very interesting about yours.
August 12, 2015
at 8:31 PM said:
I have just started reading your beautiful memoir. I am at the point where you first meet Bob Dylan. I cannot tell you how I wish I could give the little girl you were a big hug. It is heartbreaking reading about your childhood, but you write about it so beautifully. I can't wait to finish it. You are an AMAZING human being and i thank you for sharing your amazing story with the world.
June 4, 2015
at 8:08 PM said:
Finished reading your book, words cannot explain!!
Sending love from Sydney, Australia
Simon / Sam (Vienna)
November 8, 2013
at 1:12 PM said:
I was just wondering... The Rolling Stones wrote a song back in the 60s called 'Dandelion'. Was that about YOU? Is there any connection?
Simon / Sam (Vienna)
November 8, 2013
at 12:50 PM said:
We met in Wollzeile in Vienna, Austria, Thursday night last week in the little Greek ouzo bar. Such a pleasure! I'm the English singer and musician who was explaining my concept of 'British Country' music to you and what I hope to achieve with it. You were with a very androgenous man with reddish long hair (or was it a wig?). I will check out your book and, if you are planning on visiting Vienna regularly, maybe we shall meet again. I am sure you know many of the people I have met.
Please check me out on FaceBook and 'add' me!
Simon M Heathcote-Parker (aka Sam Hacker)
November 4, 2013
at 9:58 PM said:
Why were there so many spelling mistakes and grammatical errors in your book? And weren't you just a groupie?
June 27, 2013
at 7:54 PM said:
One of the best books Ive read in a long time! Beautifully written! And Catherine you have lived a really interesting life! Couldn't put the book down! Thanks for sharing :)
April 11, 2013
at 4:51 PM said:
Hello, Miss Catherine,
It's been a long while. I'd been in touch w/ Ina but lost her number. We are starting a Thee Experience Group. Wanna play?
February 24, 2013
at 11:17 AM said:
I've just read your book and felt like dropping you a line. I've experienced a life similar to yours in many respects and feel akin to you for that reason.
Here's hoping that you have a contented settled life and are enjoying yourself. I was born in '49 and am so happy that I was out and about to truly live my younger years as I did since this time in my life leaves something to be desired. I sill wander to new places and with my 2 kids grown after raising them alone I feel it's my lot in life to continue this voyage I've been on no doubt til the end....
Stay well Catherine.
cat clark (mullen)
January 25, 2013
at 6:36 AM said:
omg i have been wondering where u had gone!! i was looking at michael des barres friends and found you! he's here in nyc tonite. i'm jusy getting over my last chemo treatment so i won't be there. will u? write me on FB if u want, cat clark, bloomfiled nj. i hope u do it's been a while!!!!!
love u, cat
August 14, 2012
at 12:13 PM said:
I'm not a big reader and it takes a good book to pull me in. "Dandelion" Memoir of a Free Spirit did it. You were a very brave young girl. Thank goodness it all worked out in the end. Thank You for the inspiration.
Mary Jane Royce
July 25, 2012
at 8:16 PM said:
Just re-read your memoir. I'd leant out my original copy to one of my daughters; it was misplaced. I bought another copy and read it again. Let me tell you dear Catherine, that I was greatly inspired by the initial article I read about you in Rolling Stone magazine. As a shy, plain 13 year-old, I looked at your picture and was, inexplicably, inspired by you. Although I could not hope to resemble you, I have the same color and type of hair and not a totally disimilar face-shape. I cut my own bangs immediately after I saw your picture, and have worn my hair as you do ever since. My childhood was sad, but not tragic. I cannot begin to relate to what you have been through. I just would like you to know that your photos in RS Magazine provided me with the inspiration to survive my adolescence . Again, I cannot explain it, but you were a wonderful inspiration to me. I could have not imagined the difficulty you faced as a child, nor the resilience, nor the innate intelligence, which helped you survive. What I really want you to know is how much good your story had engendered. Having stumbled upon the videos of you on the internet, I am delighted to find you the very sensitive, intelligent woman that your photos suggest you are. That seems to be rarely the case ( never meet your heroes, the old saying goes). You are that wonderful exception; you are outwardly beautiful, and, inwardly, one of the most luminescently beautiful spirits I have had the privilege to encounter ( albeit through the written word ). I wish you all good things for you and your son and grandson. Godspeed, you are forever in my prayers.
Mary Jane Royce
June 13, 2012
at 11:23 AM said:
Just finished reading your book for like the 5th time and it still inspires me. OXOXOXOX
March 12, 2012
at 2:00 AM said:
Wow you were with Jackson Browne? Lucky girl.He was/is so dreamy.I'm jealous.Wonder what it must have been like.Sigh...Haven't read the book--do you go into it in much depth? Hope so,would love to hear all the juicy details on that one---
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