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Name: aoibhe murphy
Message:hi cora did you not put my meggesing up are you going to put them up and my book thanks
Dated:Sun May 22 16:00:53 2011  

Name: aoibhe murphy
Message:hi cora did you like my book was it good say hello to wolf rachael ralph said hello from aoibhe murphy x xxx xxx
Dated:Sun May 22 14:02:02 2011  

Name: ruairi murphy
Message:hi cora you came to our school last wednesday hope you had a good time
Dated:Sun May 22 13:48:53 2011  

Name: ruairi
Message:hi cora
Dated:Sun May 22 11:21:15 2011  

Name: Aoibhe Murphy
Message:Hi Cora, you came to my school last wensday iN Ennistymon. I loved seeing you and really enjoyed your visit. Keep up the good work. Say hello to Wolf !! from Aoibhe Murphy - Second Class.
Dated:Sun May 22 10:41:02 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Yes, Julie, it's on the end of your story - have a look.
Dated:Sat May 21 15:46:47 2011  

Name: Julie
Message:i tried to send the story but im not sure if it sent?
Dated:Sat May 21 14:38:45 2011  

Name: Julie
Message:I have just finished the next story.
Dated:Fri May 20 20:43:18 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I would think that I imagined her - except for one thing.
I can't explain why my dog hair stood on end and why she howled like a wolf.
Very strange...
Dated:Thu May 19 20:34:00 2011  

Name: Aoibhin Fahy
Message:Hi Cora, my name is Aoibhin. You came to my school in Ennistymon yesterday and I just wanted to ask... if you actually saw a ghost girl or just made it up for interest. I'm the only girl out of my friends who believed you, then i was unsure. So did you see her for real???
Dated:Thu May 19 20:08:07 2011  

Name: Vera Clancy
Message:Thank you so much for visiting 1st and 2nd classes today in Scoil Mhainchin!-we really enjoyed the talk! Keep up the great work.
Dated:Wed May 18 21:46:49 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Thanks, Hannah.

I Haven't got your story yet, Julie.
Dated:Tue May 17 19:31:22 2011  

Name: Hannah
Message:hi cora
i love ur book called i was jane austens best friend
when my teacher told me to put it down i just coudn't
Dated:Tue May 17 18:19:33 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:That's great, Julie, send it to me.
I'm looking forward to reading it.
Dated:Sun May 15 08:30:19 2011  

Name: Julie
Message:I have finished the next story for dear alice
Dated:Sat May 14 19:30:17 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I remember your school very well, Ruby. Which of my books do you like the best?
Dated:Thu May 12 08:29:49 2011  

Name: Ruby O Riordan
Message:Hello Cora my name is Ruby you visited my school sliabh a mhadra i think it was last year i loved your books i hope you can come back to sliabh a mhadra again
bye Cora hope i can see you soon again
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Dated:Wed May 11 21:54:32 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Rhys: I must say that I really enjoyed writing 'The Montgomery Murder'.
Who did you like best in the book?

For Jane Austen fans: When I was a young teenagers I really enjoyed Georgette Heyer's novels about life at that time - I especially liked the balls and the flirtations and she had a great sense of humour. I thought of her when I was writing my Jane Austen books and hoped that I might be a little like her.
'Bath Tangle' is good and 'The Talisman Ring' is very, very funny.
Dated:Tue May 10 17:11:29 2011  

Name: Rhys appleby
Message:Hi Cora,
I'm writing to say that I really enjoy the books and I really enjoyed the Montgomery murder, how did you feel when you were writing it
Dated:Tue May 10 15:48:55 2011  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:continued:
I might be going to Uttoxeter Race Course for the final of the Staffordshire Teen Book of the Year Award. If any of you live near there, it would be lovely to meet you - do bring along your copy of the Jane Austen book and I'll sign it.
Thanks, Charlotte & Emily - hope this answers everything.
Dated:Sat May 7 14:28:48 2011  

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  

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