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27 November 2020


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I will buy the first copy of your book!

What a journey! Thank you for sharing your story! Your music is lovely and your home is enchanting!

Wow...that was a roller coaster of a short story, now we need a copy of the full book! Great to read about your life journey so far, take care of yourself and keep on finishing the book...cheers from New Zealand. Jennifer

I will buy your book! I loved this! I too am a musician and a knitter. I love how you compared two. I have also loved France since I was a very young girl, but I have never gone. You have inspired me!🥰

Get cracking on that memoir – I will be anxious to read it :)

Dear Amy, you made me dream, smile, and long for, among many other feelings reading your beautifully written post. I can only imagine the lovely language in which you have written your memoir. I could hear the Celtic harp playing and smiled at the Lyon & Healy reference since I'm from Chicago and used to go into that store for sheet music. You have brought peace and beauty to thousands of people thru your music with many more to come.
Corey, you have inadvertently put together a group of kindred spirits that appreciate the small beauties in a linen towel, an old sheet of correspondence, a frayed tassel, or an old religious medal. I am so glad to know that there are many of us out there and that we are NEVER alone. I just wish we could do a Corey Meet-up in the future!

Soul healing. Thank you

Amy, an incredible journey you have had so far. Love your jadeite glass collection. I will be purchasing your 'The Light and the Lady" DVD sounds magical and peaceful just what I need right now. Thank you for sharing your life with us. Take care.

Thank you for sharing your story with us. It’s amazing how Paris can crawl inside a person like that. What an incredible journey you’ve head. Wishing you good health.

Wow,I too would eagerly read your memoir. Falling in love with the harp and Paris and your Paris romance are so interesting and you're a wonderful writer. (Why did that romantic Parisian man change? Did you ever find out? Or were you just glad to be rid of him?)

Your story takes my breathe away. Both sad, but at the same time a new love of Paris. Thank you for sharing it with us.

Amy, your writing reflects the beautiful, bright light that you give to our friendship. I hope all of the readers can see what a gifted, talented and poetic person you are. Can’t wait for that memoir. Love you dear friend.

An amazing post! I, too, want to buy your book!

Thanks for sharing part of your story with us.

All the best,

Susan (in Zurich)

As I was reading your story, I kept thinking how familiar you were, and sure enough I have a recording of yours, which I love. Thank you for sharing your story, and please write that memoir! Believe it or not, I have a similar French man romance story. The stinkers.

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