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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:The problem about a third book, I suppose, is now that Jenny is married it can't really be quite the same ever again. She goes to live on the Isle of Wight, where Thomas's home, was and in those days journeys were slow and difficult - and I suppose there was even more of a difference between a married and an unmarried girl.
I suppose, sadly, that neither Jenny nor Jane had a happy ending - Jenny because she was killed and Jane because she was forced (I think) to give up the man she loved (Harry Digweed) and to go and to leave her house at Steventon. She also had the unhappiness of having her first novel, an early version of Pride & Prejudice, rejected.
Dated:Sat May 7 14:27:57 2011  

Name: charlotte
Message:i would prefer you to write about Jane and Jenny because you have already established there characters and i know personally i would love to know what happens next
Dated:Fri May 6 20:46:31 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:You'd prefer that to me writing about Jane Austen's niece, Anna, would you, Charlotte?
Dated:Thu May 5 19:27:57 2011  

Name: charlotte
Message:if you do decide to write another book about jane austen please write it on Jenny and Jane your other two books about them were brilliant i couldn't put them down until i finished them.
Dated:Thu May 5 18:50:32 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:That's right - I do live near there.

You should have gone to the Burren and climbed Mulloughmore. My grandson climbed it when he was six, so it's not hard.
Dated:Thu May 5 12:51:30 2011  

Name: Pauline
Message:What county do You live in? I was at the Cliffs of Moher on sunday and when I saw a sign that siad 'The Burren' Your books came to my mind! :D
Dated:Thu May 5 12:49:18 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Maia & Charlotte: I will have to wait until my publisher, Macmillan, decides whether they want another book about Jane Austen. If they do, I think I will probably skip a few years, or else write it about Jane's niece, Anna and her love affairs.

Emily: I'd prefer not to give out my address on the Internet.
If you want to write to me privately do it on either the message board, or the story board and mark it 'private' and then I won't publish it.
Dated:Wed May 4 21:29:06 2011  

Name: maia parrat
Message:are you going to be writing anymore jane austen books?
Dated:Wed May 4 21:05:03 2011  

Name: charlotte
Message:it's sad that thomas remarried but in a way you cant't blame him as jenny died so young. who did he marry? also if you write a third book will you continue on from the wedding?
Dated:Wed May 4 21:01:48 2011  

Name: Emily Hawkins
Message:I hope Thomas having a happy first marriage led to his second marriage.
I really hope you write more Jane Austen books as i have loved them.
Also is it possible to write a letter to you?- if so can you tell me where i could find an adresse
Dated:Wed May 4 20:17:38 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Maia: I have never even been to Suffolk! I live in the west of Ireland. Sometimes I go to London and when my book, The Montgomery Murder, was short-listed for the Stockton on Tees book of the year, I went there - and also to East Sussex for the same reason.

Emily: I felt just like you when I heard that Thomas had remarried, but as you say, that's not fair. They say that people who have had a happy marriage or more likely to remarry. I hope they were happy. She was supposed to be very lovely.
Dated:Tue May 3 22:41:53 2011  

Name: Emily Hawkins
Message:I Just finished reading your Jane Austen books and i absolutely loved them! Now that i have finished the books i started to research the Austen family and have learnt more about them and so i could understand them more. But when i was researching Captain Thomas Williams I felt annoyed at first when i found out he re-married once Jane cooper died, once i worked out the dates i realised that he would of had a long time until his death where he would be lonely. I think the whole story of Thomas and Jane is both happy and sad as jenny died just after around six years of marriage. Anyway i hope you write more Jane Austen books
Dated:Tue May 3 21:32:09 2011  

Name: maia parratt
Message:Hi, my school is in bury, suffolk.
I would love to meet you. Are you writing anymore jane austen books?
Dated:Tue May 3 21:08:59 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Maia: One of the lovely things about being an author is getting letters like yours!
Where is your school?
Dated:Tue May 3 20:49:54 2011  

Name: Maia Parratt
Message:Hi cora, I just read you book "i was jane austens best friend" and i had to read "jane austen stole by boyfriend" straight away. i couldnt put them down it was impossible. I loved them soooo much! Are you going to be writing anymore on the Jane austen subject, because i fell in love with her, jenny and captain thomas williams of course.
I have finished them both and keep on going back to different parts in the book i cant stop! and also can you think about visiting my school i go to culford senior. and i would love you to come. You insipred me to write a book and i thank you. good luck with writing! x
Dated:Mon May 2 22:15:37 2011  

Name: Julie
Message:I am working on another letter Cora. I might have it finished by the weekend but im not sure because school is starting tomorrow.
Dated:Mon May 2 20:59:34 2011  

Name: Julie
Message:Did you get the story?
Dated:Mon May 2 20:56:49 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Invent your hero/heroine and give s/he a problem - then come back to me
Dated:Mon May 2 16:46:55 2011  

Name: Sarah
Message:i need to write a story for school but i dont know what to write it on. Can you help me?
Dated:Mon May 2 16:02:47 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:No, I didn't, Julie - I've looked back through the last couple of weeks. Could you send again?
Dated:Mon May 2 15:44:44 2011  

Name: Julie
Message:i tried to send you the story but im not sure if you got it. Did you get it?
Dated:Mon May 2 15:29:58 2011  

Name: Ellis
Message:Thank you very much for the tips Cora, they are very helpful!
Dated:Sun May 1 16:53:50 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Ellis: The first thing you must do is imagine your main character. Think about her for a while - what she looks like, what she's like inside.
And then give her a problem - a problem that has to be solved.
Think about how you are going to end the book.
And then think of a good opening. Something that would make someone in a shop, picking up your book, want to read on in order to find out what happens.
Good luck.
Dated:Sun May 1 15:04:25 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Katelan: I'm glad it was the romance that you liked the best. I did want it to be a romantic book.
I hope that you enjoy 'Jane Austen Stole My Boyfriend' as much as you enjoyed the first book.
Dated:Sun May 1 15:01:23 2011  

Name: Katelan
Message:Hi Cora!!
I think it was the romance.
I have now finished 'I was Jane Austens Best Friend' and have just started 'Jane Austen Stole My Boyfriend'.
I cant belive that Edward-John wont let Jenny marry Captain Thomas Williams.
I think they are a perfect match.
Dated:Sun May 1 14:44:00 2011  

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