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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Oh, thank you, Jemima! You are the first to get back to me. I do hope you enjoy the rest of it.
Dated:Sun Mar 7 09:02:42 2010  

Name: Jemima
Message:i bought i was jane austen's best freind yesterday and have started reading, it's one of the best books i've ever read and i'm only on page 35
Dated:Sun Mar 7 08:54:44 2010  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoibheann: I don't mind as long as it is a decent length - perhaps a minimum of six hundred words (you can do a word count on the tools menu of Word) and it is a proper story, not just text messages. It must seem to be moving on and something must be happening. See my other message, also.
Dated:Wed Mar 3 13:21:40 2010  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Confusing...

No this is a new one.
Dated:Tue Mar 2 20:09:56 2010  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoibheann: I'm getting confused. Is this the same as the story you sent the other day, or another one?
I'd suggest you get into the story and then send it when you know where you are going and what's going to happen in the end.
Dated:Mon Mar 1 20:34:35 2010  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora:

Oh, Woe, No. But I have planned a new story, and written some of it out on Word. Would you like me to send it in to you...??????
Dated:Mon Mar 1 19:18:23 2010  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Glad you like the look of my new book, Aoibheann.

What would you think about me hanging on to the latest story until you have done another bit of it? From my point of view it would be easier to put a bigger bit on once I have gone to the trouble of setting up a new story. From what you have written, it's hard to know how the story is going to go on and what will happen.

I know I keep saying this - but have you planned it?
Dated:Sun Feb 28 16:25:18 2010  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Love the new look, Very "Smashing" Lol.

I was looking online and I found out that an average of 2000 kids disappear every day all over the world, and half of them are never found.

With Adult's there's people like Deride Jacob, who went missing in Kildare in 1998 right outside her house gate! She'd be 28 now, she was 18 at the time.

And small kids like Maddie Mc Cann, there's about 200 fake videos of her alive, made by people all over the world,

Makes you think, doesn't it..?
Dated:Sun Feb 28 14:35:05 2010  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Thank you for your nice message, Katie. I'm glad that you enjoyed 'Titanic' and hope that you will enjoy 'I Was Jane Austen's best Friend' as much.
It won't be out until Friday, but you should be able to get it in Easons or else in Waterstones - or, of course, on Amazon if your parents shop there.
Hope you enjoy it.
Dated:Sat Feb 27 08:10:31 2010  

Name: katie
Message:dear cora,
my name is katie ive only read a few of your books but i think you are absoloutley amazing your writing is beautifull i have recently read the titanic voyage from drumshee and it was fascinating the way you capture kittys character its wonderfull and i really want to read your new book i was jane austens best friend i dont know where to get it if you could maybe write back to me and tell me thank you for your time and i also wanted to tell you that i think you are a marvelous role model for older girls love and hugs
katie xxx
Dated:Sat Feb 27 01:12:56 2010  

Name: sarah
Message: Hi Cora!
did u have a nice Christmas?
Dated:Thu Feb 18 15:49:59 2010  

Name: Cathal Murray
Message:Hi Cora I'll soon be writing a story for your Story Club
Dated:Thu Feb 18 08:34:55 2010  

Name: Cathal Murray
Message:Thanks for answering, Cora! I'll keep that advice!
Dated:Thu Feb 18 08:32:47 2010  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sarah: Did you see the film of Romeo & Juliet? I think it was one of Zefferelli's films.
And of course 'West Side Story' was a sort of modern version of Romeo & Juliet'.
Dated:Wed Feb 17 18:32:41 2010  

Name: Sarah Patton
Message:If only she would let us!! After spending months in school going over the whole story of Romeo and Juliet, I was absent fo the end!! It would just be my luck! I think we are doing poems or something after the mid term for the Junior cert, so it won't be as bad.
Dated:Wed Feb 17 13:26:30 2010  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:You can always get your teacher to give reading 'I Was Jane Austen's Best Friend' as homework!
I think you'll find it fun and romantic. We will soon have the cover and all the details on the home page of this
Dated:Tue Feb 16 10:56:28 2010  

Name: Sarah Patton
Message:Yet again it has been months since i left a message.Can't wait to read the book in March. It'll be a nice change from Shakesperes "Romeo and Juliet" in school. x
Dated:Tue Feb 16 10:34:45 2010  

Name: anna
Message:Dear Cora, only recently I got to know your books and I'm looking forward to receiving them all, especially those dealing with Medieval Ireland; the period after St.Patrick is really fascinating, when Christian and Celtic realities mould the Irish way of life. I'm not well informed about ancient mythology,since I'm more interested in the life of real people,but I will try to fill the gap. God bless.
Anna
Dated:Mon Feb 15 07:41:38 2010  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Lovely to hear from you, Anna. Please do keep in touch. I too am very interested in Irish mythology. My lastest book 'Eye of the Law' is about the one-eyed Baldur and I was very interested in researching this.
Dated:Sun Feb 14 20:31:16 2010  

Name: anna amadei
Message:I'm an Italian scholar of Irish lore and culture, having learned English in a Donegal family about 50 years ago. You help me to keep my English up and we havbe something in common: actually I taught Histoty for more than 30 years in state schools. I'd love to keep in touch with you, since Ireland is a home country to me.
Anna
Dated:Sun Feb 14 08:06:31 2010  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Nice to hear from you, Aoife. How old are you now?
Dated:Mon Feb 8 21:59:24 2010  

Name: Aoife
Message:Hi Cora its been a long time since i was on your site.Me and my sister were in the library trying to pick which drumshee book we liked the best, (we've read them all when we were younger)We couldn't! :)
I might move on to your aldult books soon.I'll be sure to read"I was Jane Ausetens best friend" Keep up the good work!
Dated:Mon Feb 8 21:00:52 2010  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Sometimes, like 'A Penny For Love, i've been thinking the scene over for weeks, and when I have all the details, I'll write in down, etc etc.
Dated:Sun Feb 7 16:58:22 2010  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoibheann: I think you've put your finger on what makes for good writing - always imagine you are there in the scene. Even go to the extent of digging your nails into your own palm before you make your character do that. All in all, you must feel that you are writing about someone you know well, and in a situation that you can imagine clearly.
Dated:Sun Feb 7 15:20:41 2010  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:I feel I've progressed so much with my writing since I first sent you a message way back in Fourth Class. Now in class, I can imagine the scene so much better thanks to your advice.

I just want to thank you so much. Because writing in class is my favourite subject.

I just want to thank you so much for helping me.
Dated:Sat Feb 6 21:29:24 2010  

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