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suzanne on November 30, 2007 at 5:35 PM said:


I just read your book and was very moved. You seem to have such a generous forgiving spirit. May we all learn from you.


Fransisco on November 26, 2007 at 8:08 PM said:

You are very special Catherine and I knew your book would be a big hit when I saw the first part of it a few years back. Still I have some of your dads things about history airplanes and race cars, war machines, race trophy, his things make me feel closer to you. How do remember such a person as he, a T Girl or a Manly guy into racing machines.
I do know some of the best parts of your folks are in you, Memes love, your mother's beauty and your father's race car skills. I was a little scared going around those roads in Belerly Hills with your bare feet on the clutch and thottle; winding around the turns with G forces pulling and pushing, engine whirring.
Very sexy you are...
"Your Trophy is the beautiful legs you enthral with"
DonaLuisa on November 26, 2007 at 7:26 PM said:

Catherine James,
I picked up your book and didn't get a chance to start it until some days later. So I didn't even realize for the first chapter or two that this book was NOT fiction. Finally grasping that it was you memoir, I cannot tell you how mundane my life is after reading about yours! As a Mom, it is super tough to accept how the child abuse you experienced went unchecked. I laughed out loud at what you wrote about just being concerned with the problem at hand when you first visited the therapist. I admire your tough human spirit to come through as you did, while having fun, too. My being ever the worrisome Mom, one part bothers me--and I in no way mean to sound accusing, because you seemed to have had more than enough going on. When niece Catherine's mother was away, and the niece was living in your mother's home: did she have to endure the broken bones, or were there any adults to help her get out of that situation? How is she doing today?
Kiki on November 26, 2007 at 3:30 AM said:

Catherine I just read the last page of your book and was deeply moved by your story. Thank you for sharing such a personal history that I, and I am sure others can identify with. You are inspirational!
Marlie Centawer on November 20, 2007 at 1:10 PM said:

Hi Catherine,

I am asking for your book for Christmas, and I am already anticipating it's arrival! I had read in Pamela Des Barres' recent book about your upcoming memoirs, and just found out that Dandelion has been released:-)! I am so excited - thank you very much for sharing your experiences! You are a lovely inspiration to us all!
Anthony James on November 20, 2007 at 11:35 AM said:

Great site Catherine.
I am the manager at your sons apartment complex in Eagle Rock. He told me aobut your book and I want to get a copy as soon as I get back to the store.

Your sons a great guy and I enjoy having him there at the place You can tell him I said that. LOL.
MichelleMyBelle on October 20, 2007 at 6:23 PM said:

Hi Catherine, your book has just arrived on my doorstep & I absolutely cannot wait to start reading! I first read about you in one of Pamela's books & have wondered about what happened to you ever since. How fantastic that now you tell your own story, Michelle
Jayme on October 11, 2007 at 6:00 PM said:

Excellent book! Just started reading it this morning, and am more than halfway through. I can't put it down.
Thanks for sharing these intimate details of your life; you've been through so much!
Anderson on October 9, 2007 at 11:44 PM said:

A fascinating memoir cast against a backcloth of new rhythms, social turbulence, and the times a changin'-- just like our author and the delightful subject of Miss. Catherine James' recent autobiography. Any reader will find familiar and personal connections with those decades and the woman who survived, lived, and triumphed there. We are all looking forward to seeing, hearing, and experiencing more of you and your odyssey.
Kim Beauregard on October 6, 2007 at 7:02 AM said:


Am in the midst of reading your book right now and am loving it totally. Such a horrific start for you - it's amazing things worked out for you as well as they did. Congratulations for writing your story and sharing it with the masses - you've really come far and deserve the best of everything. God Bless you now and always. Love, Kim xoxoxo
Miss Mercy on October 3, 2007 at 6:19 PM said:

Dear One, I still love you for taking me in my hour of darkness.Love and best of luck Mercy
ghislaine on September 23, 2007 at 8:16 AM said:

not long now, I truly wish you every success with the book, it's gonna be a blockbuster!!!!
with love Ghislainex
james p wohl on September 23, 2007 at 7:28 AM said:

Hello Catherine who walks in beauty like the night and in that beauty is ageless, guileless and wise; she whose insides match her outsides; she who speaks in loving and lovely tones and words; she who is more than a woman to me. Thank you for you.
Your friend and soulmate,
Anonymous on September 20, 2007 at 2:53 PM said:

Hi Catherine: Looking forward to your book coming out.
Where are you?

Your former ranchito neighbor

Randy Clark
Katie Otey/KATE PR on September 14, 2007 at 8:56 PM said:

Hi Catherine: Just came across your story quite accidentally after reading the Glamour Girls site which mentioned your aunts--what a creative and intense family! Brilliant that you are getting it all out in a book and I will definitely pick it up and recommend it to my friends--we all loved I'm With The Band, etc. Congratulations!

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