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Name: Minnie
Message:I've done a bit more of that writing like you said Cora and I included a twist.
Hope you liked it!
Minnie xx
Dated:Wed Jan 25 18:00:19 2012  

Name: aoibhe murphy
Message:Hi Cora

IN a Few munites i will write a story for you xxxxxxxxx
Dated:Wed Jan 25 17:22:16 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Congratulations to your teacher - what a great title.

With a title like that you must jump straight into the middle of the story - a family arguement, perhaps, or a warning from a teacher.

Jot down a few ideas on the story club form and I'll add a few more.
Dated:Wed Jan 25 08:55:22 2012  

Name: Lily
Message:Hey Cora, for school my english teacher wants us to write a short story about 7 pages with the title "I wish i had listened" do you have any ideas of what i could write about???
Dated:Tue Jan 24 20:14:59 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Minnie: Keep going with what you have in this one. I think it is your best.

Taiane: Don't start looking for and ending. Really explore Mary Bennet' feelings and her thoughts about Jane and Elizabeth - and even Lydia. You have a lot of material there.
Dated:Mon Jan 23 17:55:49 2012  

Name: Taiane
Message:Fico muito feliz que você tenha gostado da minha história! Espero que eu consiga terminar... :)
Dated:Mon Jan 23 17:38:07 2012  

Name: Minnie
Message:Thankyou.
Oh wow, Charlotte Bronte didn't know anything about love?
My brother loves Wuthering Heights, he has read it about twenty times! I LOVE Jane Eyre it is a fabulous book.
Thankyou, Cora. Well, its just I have LOTS of experience of unrequited love you see, (well, its barely unrequited if I never asked any of them out but you see what I mean). And thankyou very much I will try and write a romance. I did start writing 'My Horse and The Rose' earlier last year but I think I just got bored. I dont know. Might unearth it again.
Hope you liked my piece of writing!
Minnie xx
Dated:Mon Jan 23 17:01:11 2012  

Name: Nora-Murphy
Message:Thanks Cora!
Dated:Sun Jan 22 19:42:17 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Minnie: I think you do romance - the very tentative beginnings of romance - very, very well.
I would stick to that. Don't try to ape some of those teen books. When Charlotte Bronte wrote Jane Eyre she had no experience of romance, nothing but her feelings, her hopes and her longings and look what a masterpiece she wrote.
Dated:Sun Jan 22 15:57:59 2012  

Name: Minnie
Message:Hello, Cora.
Put on another piece of writing.
I meant to show you my poem that got published in a magazine, but now I can't publish it on your site. Oh well, I am not a poet, really. I prefer to write.

Cora, what tone do you think I write best in? Sadness, romance, fear? Just wondering

And what genre? Mystery, Historical, Fiction or Romance etc?

Thanks
Minnie xx
Dated:Sun Jan 22 14:32:08 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kevin & Shane: I'm pleased that you are enjoying the book. Have you come to the bit where the children are missing yet? I did that with a diagram of the actual ship in front of me.
Nora: I've chosen the Halloween one and have written some advice for you below it.
Dated:Sun Jan 22 10:40:06 2012  

Name: shane
Message:Hi cora i am shane. I am a student from glenann ps we are reading your book titanic voyace from drumshee we are on chapter 7 of 15 it is very creative and interesting looking forward to meeting hope you wright back.thankyou
Dated:Sat Jan 21 23:24:57 2012  

Name: Nora-Murphy
Message:I don't really know which one to focus on yet. I was hoping you could help me choose. Thanks.
Dated:Sat Jan 21 21:32:58 2012  

Name: kevin
Message:i like your book titanic voyage from drumshee if i had the chance i would like to see all your books. i can not wait to see who will sirvise. bye
Dated:Sat Jan 21 21:11:38 2012  

Name: cora
Message:hi
Dated:Sat Jan 21 20:05:12 2012  

Name: kevin
Message:i am reading your book titanic voyage from drumshee i on chapter 8 i can not wait to see who will survive
Dated:Sat Jan 21 16:17:10 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I seldom like poems from children - your teachers may disagree, but I think the struggle for a rhyme mostly means that they turn out trite and uninteresting. That's just me, but I am making a rule now:

NO POEMS, PLEASE
Dated:Sat Jan 21 13:01:02 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Nora: I so agree with you. In fact, I rarely start a story before I get the name right. What I do for that, and for titles, is just to scribble a long list - anything that comes into my head - and it's important not to stop or be judgemental in any way.
Sometimes a name slips out and you stop and think - Yes! - but other times I just put the list away for a while and then come back and read it through.
By the way, I seem to have bits and pieces of stories from you - which one do you want to concentrate on?
Dated:Sat Jan 21 12:49:23 2012  

Name: Nora-Murphy
Message:Hi..... Do you ever struggle to think up characters? Or think of characters names to suet the character? I think this is awful hard because if I get the name wrong the story doesn't sound right. Like the name Sarah, you'd think of a shy girl and then Chloe, you'd think of a confident girl.
Dated:Sat Jan 21 12:09:14 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Michaela's questions:
would you write another one of your books?
Not Drumshee ones.
Was it fun writing books?
Yes I enjoy it.
How did you get the idea of Titanic voyage? Seeing the film.
How many schools would you go to a year?
I used to do loads and this year, so far, I've done one and only intend to do one more.
Dated:Fri Jan 20 21:28:26 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoife: Welcome to the site.
Lily: I promise to do it n February - I have two books to finish before the end of January sl I am really under pressure at the moment.
Minne: love the story - would you mind if I made a suggestion to leave it out the beginnng bit - it's more what one of editors calls 'back story' - something that the author has in their head and which will come out as the story unfolds.
Dated:Fri Jan 20 21:23:33 2012  

Name: michaela
Message:dear cora, here is some of my questions would you write another one of your books. Was it fun writing books, How did you get the idea of Titanic voyage from drumshee.How many schools would you go to a year.
Dated:Fri Jan 20 20:56:03 2012  

Name: Lily
Message:Hi Cora, when will u update the main story??? I loved working on the last one Gorgeousb Part2
Dated:Fri Jan 20 17:19:44 2012  

Name: Aoife Tompkins :)
Message:hey:) my friend just showed me this website, its awesome :D i love how you answer back! :) I'm just start to read one of your books :)
Dated:Fri Jan 20 17:14:58 2012  

Name: Nora-Murphy
Message:hi!(again) I was thinking of borrowing one of your mystery murder books from the library,but it wasn't there because someone had it already borrowed! I wish I could've read it. Well, at least i will read it some time!
Dated:Fri Jan 20 16:30:54 2012  

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