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Name: michaela p6
Message:Dear Cora,I am reading The Titanic voyage from Drumshee.I am on chapter 4. I am a girl from Glenann ps. We had already sent you a message but I wanted to send some of my own words. I am hoping we can read another one of your books. I am looking forward to meeting you in person. hope you like the giants causeway. I wonder what it is like at your house. I will write to you the morrow.
Dated:Wed Jan 11 20:45:15 2012  

Name: oran
Message:dear cora: i am oran from glenann. We sent you a message today at school. i am on chapter 4 reading Titanic voage from drumshee. it is a book good when i read it at home and when sir reads it in school. i am looking forward to seeing you in person in glenann. best regards oran
Dated:Wed Jan 11 18:10:42 2012  

Name: Mary
Message:Hello Cora, i am reading your book Titanic Voyage Of Drumshee. I think it is an amazing book. I go to Glenann PS and we sent you a message already today and I can't wait until you come up to our school.
From Mary
Dated:Wed Jan 11 17:21:25 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Lovely to hear from people at Glenann school. It's one of the very few schools that I am visiting this year because I am so terribly busy, so I am very looking forward to a nice break in the third week in May. Hope the weather will be good - I have never seen the Giant's Causeway and plan on visiting it.
I'm glad you are enjoying the book so far - I thik, myself, that it's a bit slow up to the place where you have now got to, but I was trying to establish character - not just in Kitty, but also in the two children, because their characters and problems are important for the story.
Dated:Wed Jan 11 16:07:41 2012  

Name: kevin
Message:hello cora. i am reading your book titanic voyage from drumshee. i am on chapter 4 i can not wait till they go on the titanic. glenann sent you a letter as well. i am from that school and i can not wait till you come down to see us all. i am a boy and i am called kevin. i hope you have a lovely time at my school
Dated:Wed Jan 11 15:49:53 2012  

Name: Glenann Primary School
Message:Dear Cora, We are the Primary 6/7 class from Glenann PS Cushendall. This term we are studying the Titanic. We are reading your book Titanic Voyage from Drumshee. We have reached Chapter 4 and we are really enjoying it. Our class is really looking forward to when the children get onto the Titanic because we want to know who survives. We think Kitty is a really emotional character because of the death of her mother and father. We are all looking forward to meeting you in person when you come up to the Glens on the 22nd May. We cannot promise you a sunny day but we promise that you will have a great time and enjoy your visit. Looking forward to your visit. Regards from Caoimhe, Mary, Michaela, Oran, Francis, Kevin, Shane, John, Gareth and Sir!
Dated:Wed Jan 11 14:07:24 2012  

Name: Minnie
Message:Thankyou so much, Aoife! I'm glad you liked my little story! I had a great birthday thanks :) xx
Dated:Tue Jan 10 18:13:13 2012  

Name: cora otoole
Message:hi cora,at the moment i am reading jane austen stole my bofriend and i think its fabulous its just so interesting and my favourite character is thomas of course,hes just so sweat and charming (just like me :p) next week im going to town with and dad and we are going to look for more of your books so fingers cross ill find one.xox
Dated:Mon Jan 9 22:14:02 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Taiane: Yes, I can understand that it would be very difficult to read a whole book in an unfamiliar language.

Perhaps you could write to the publisher if they have an eamil address in your book, or on Google and ask whether they mean to publish the second Jane Austen book
Dated:Mon Jan 9 17:48:48 2012  

Name: Taiane
Message:Sim, seria muito difícil. Por mais que esteja estudando inglês, ainda não sou boa o bastante para ler um livro inteiro em inglês... Queria tanto que saísse em português...
Dated:Mon Jan 9 17:23:28 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Nora: I hope you like my new novel, 'The Debutantes' as much. It has four sisters, daughters of an earl, but quite poor for their class. It takes place not long after the ending of the first world war.
By the way, I love the twist in the second episode of your story.


Rhys: Once you have a sentence or so for each chapter send the outline to me on the Story Club and I can probably help you to expand the story. I find that kids often have great ideas, but they rush through them too quickly. This especially applies to boys.

Taiane: I don't think that the publisher in Brazil bought the rights to 'Jane Austen Stole My Boyfriend'. You could get it from Amazon but it would be in English. Would that be too difficult for you?
Dated:Mon Jan 9 15:00:04 2012  

Name: Taiane
Message:Oi, Cora! Você sabe quando o livro "Jane Austen stole my boyfriend" será lançado no Brasil? Estou ansiosa para lê-lo!
Dated:Mon Jan 9 00:47:47 2012  

Name: rhys appleby
Message:thanks that will be really helpful! :D
Dated:Sun Jan 8 21:14:33 2012  

Name: Aoife
Message:Hi Minnie! I'd like to wish you a Happy Birthday for tommorow. I hope you have a great time!!!
Loved the Writer!!!
Dated:Sun Jan 8 15:25:52 2012  

Name: Nora-Murphy
Message:hi Cora! I've just read the two Jane Austen novels! they are amazing :') my four favourite characters are George(Jane's brother), Jenny Copper,Thomas Williams and of course Jane Austen! Will you please write some more books if you get time? I went into Easons and asked did they have " I was Jane Austens best friend" in stock, but they didn't! I was so sad! but thankfully the library had it! I lent my copy of " Jane Austen stole my boyfriend" to my friend and she is enjoying thoroughly. ( I doubt she likes it as much as I love it!) It's hard to believe that Christmas is over! Please keep writing!
Dated:Sat Jan 7 22:29:00 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I've just read it and put it on and made a comment below. Read and see what you think.

It's a very fragile piece of writing and I mean that in a good sense. It would be a pity to brush the gossamer off the wings so I'm not altogether sure about what I recommend. Anyway try it and we'll see.
Dated:Sat Jan 7 16:23:01 2012  

Name: Minnie
Message:Yes thats what my Mum says! Have you got my new piece of writing "The Writer"? Because I'd like to submit it to a competition and wanted to know what an established and highly commended writer like you would say to it :)
Minnie xx
Dated:Sat Jan 7 16:19:03 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Happy Birthday for Monday, Minnie. When you get to my age the years just fly past and there is no need to pretend to be older than you are! On the contrary, in another twenty years you will start subtracting the years and then you will grow younger!

Sooty: Oh, I'm getting more and more keen to write another Jane Austen book. I just must make the time!

Dated:Sat Jan 7 16:13:36 2012  

Name: Sooty
Message:Hi Cora!
I would just like to say I have read both the Jane Austen books and I thought they were amazing! I fell in love with them and I was wondering if there would be a third one? Thank you!
Dated:Sat Jan 7 15:33:21 2012  

Name: Minnie
Message:Hi Cora its my birthday party today and I will be officially 14! I know I have put that I am age 14 for a while now but I will be officially 14 on Monday 9th January!

I have put up a new story, only a few lines long. It's for a competition.

Oh and Diana will be finding out something exciting next chapter...and then I think I will finish it there.
Bye Cora!
Minnie xx
Dated:Sat Jan 7 09:57:02 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoife: You're a great reader to read 'Lorna Doone' so quickly.
You must some day go to Exmoor and see the little sunken valleys and the high moors - even though it's a bit touristy these days it is easy to imagine it as it was three hundred years ago.

Have you read 'Anne of Gren Gables'? That's another old favourite of mine.
Dated:Sat Jan 7 09:07:24 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I start with a numbered list of chapters and try to have at least ten before I allow myself to start. Then, but every writer is different about this, I force myself to do a certain number of words a day. I do two or three thousand a day, depending on how near my deadline for my contract is - you could perhaps set yourself three hundred and see how you go with that.

In the case of The Montgomery Murder and the other London Murder Mysteries I set myself to end each chapter on a sort of cliff hanger - a place where the reader feels impelled to go onto the next chapter in order to see what happens next.
Dated:Sat Jan 7 08:54:55 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Thanks, Rhys. That's really useful information and I am delighted that you have done the ending. I also like to do a some biographies - back story of the main characters in the book (but don't puit these into the book - just have them at the back of your mind- use dialogue to show character)

How to fill the pages well, hard work, I'm afraid.

Dated:Sat Jan 7 08:53:46 2012  

Name: Aoife
Message:I finished Lorna Doone last night. I think it is one of the saddest stories ever! I was suprised at Ruth and I never expecyed her to be good at doctoring. I thought that after she was first mentioned she'd fade away from the story. Thanks so much for reccomending it!
Dated:Sat Jan 7 08:49:18 2012  

Name: rhys appleby
Message:you should know me but not very much at all because i did the 'stockton library book of the year ' and was at billingham library when you were ther and info is not homework dunn the end and plot and stared out characteristics and was wondering how do authors such as yourself fill hose pages? like i would find it hard to write the montgomery murder with so many pages and also i've kinda planned tha it's in japan and a boy goes normally to high school and the day after his 17th birthday he is 'scouted' i suppose by master feeble gets training in a little sorcerer/ninja/karate school for a while bumps into a girl and master feeble
Dated:Fri Jan 6 22:34:05 2012  

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