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Tamara on 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 !
Jadson Jr on December 15, 2015 at 3:17 PM said:

i've just finished Pam's book and I'm very interesting about yours.
Debbie on 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.
Penny Lane on June 4, 2015 at 8:08 PM said:

Finished reading your book, words cannot explain!!
Sending love from Sydney, Australia
Simon / Sam (Vienna) on 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) on November 8, 2013 at 12:50 PM said:

Hi Catherine

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)
Cheryl Lewis on 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?
Rita Rizzo on 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 :)
Raggi on 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?
Miss Raggi
Barbara on February 24, 2013 at 11:17 AM said:

Hi Catherine,
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) on 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
Jessica Heverling on 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 on 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
Clifton, NJ
Ashley Ivory on June 13, 2012 at 11:23 AM said:

Just finished reading your book for like the 5th time and it still inspires me. OXOXOXOX
Mary on 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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