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Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cool! Where are you going?
Dated:Mon Nov 30 18:59:29 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I shall be away until next Sunday.
Dated:Mon Nov 30 18:08:39 2009  

Name: Aoibhean
Message:thanks.
Dated:Mon Nov 30 16:41:11 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I like the story - I find my self getting more involved in your main character.
Dated:Mon Nov 30 16:00:59 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:I felt like giving Carly a wake up call, and make her more mature.

Did it turn out well?
Dated:Sun Nov 29 20:54:02 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoibheann: I can't remember - but I looked at in a shop.
Don't know your series, I'm afraid. I don't watch much TV.
Dated:Sun Nov 29 19:46:51 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Waiting anxiously for the new Seres )(cant spell it I forget...) of Gavin and Stacy...in Two minutes....
Who wrote Amy Green
Aoibheann
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Dated:Thu Nov 26 20:59:33 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:You're right there.

Poor ye! Is it blocked badly?

I'm starting a snowman at school tomorrow.
Stil not done the scarf though hehe.

The Anual Late Late Toy Show is on tomorrow. The First with Ryan Tubirdey. (Sorry I'm unsure how to spell it.) I prefere Pat Kenny but...

Anyway I'm staying at my best friend's house with my best friends.
Remember Sadhbh?
It's her house, in Quin, and being a regular there we can do many the thing there.
Also, my other best friends Shauna And Nicole are coming too. It's going to be great fun. Of course I'll be bringing my knitting!
Aoibheann
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Dated:Thu Nov 26 18:12:50 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I think you are right - authors do sometimes panic - I do, though I do always have a plan, but sometimes I think - is this material ever going to last a whole book!
But then I just concentrate on describing what's happening and what the people are thinking and feeling and so far, (fingers crossed) it has seemed to work out.
I think you're right. You just need to push yourself rather than taking the easy option of starting a new story.
Yes, I can knit, but I haven't done it since my children were young (a long time ago!)
We've been blocked in by the flood, but I have been busy writing so it hasn't bothered me.
Dated:Wed Nov 25 19:11:19 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:I know, It doesn't seem that long.

Seems Obvious that I read does it?
Of course every one reads.
My reading ability has improved, Has my Vocabulary but I haven't heard of 'Amy Green'.

Could you name the Author?

I find that with myself too. Rushing and Such...
Anyway...I've read in Books that the writer's find that too but push themselves on. I'm going to pursue such ideas.

The flooding has improved. School is open but big traffic jam's cause everyone to be late but still open. First day open was today.

Can you knit? I've been thought in school,home etc. I've found the knitting bug and etc ha.
So Far, I've knitted a hairband, two wristbands and am on a scarf.

Aoibheann
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Dated:Wed Nov 25 18:53:14 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Goodness, is it that long!

Yes, you have improved and I can guess that you are a reader - in fact I wonder whether you are reading 'Amy Green' at the moment...

Your big problem is that you will not stick at a story. You get a good idea and start racing up the field with it (as if it was a game of hurley) and then you run out of steam and abandon it.

Remember that it's often while a writer is wrestling with ideas to keep the story going that the best ideas come.

So do try to make some sort of plan. If a better idea comes along, then you grab that idea, but if it doesn't, at least the story keeps going.

How's the flooding in Ennis? Is your school open?
Dated:Tue Nov 24 15:58:54 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora:

I've just been thinking back about your visit in 2007. You picked me out as Fern, and I've been writing here since then. I've changed ha.
I'm no longer in Fourth Class Anymore of Course.
I'm Currently in Sixth Class in my last year at The Gaelscoil....Next year I'm heading off to GaeilColaiste Secondary School....Continuing with the Irish anyway.
I was wondering could you tell me if my Writing has 'Improved'? I've been thinking about it..as I find writing quite easy to do. I know my Words have shot up as I've read more over the years.
I'm Just Wondering.
Dated:Tue Nov 24 14:07:51 2009  

Name: Aoibheann*
Message:Hmm,.....
I remember sending it in,.............

I'll send it again then.
Dated:Tue Nov 24 13:30:31 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:It hasn't arrived, Aoibheann.
Dated:Sun Nov 22 20:15:23 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Sent in Second Part.
Have thought of a different ending.
Dated:Sun Nov 22 19:31:59 2009  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I hadn't thought of her as having such potential as a character, but now that you point it out, it would be really interesting to give her more of a part to play in the story!
Dated:Thu Nov 19 22:46:49 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: Someone who writes as well as you could make her a very interesting character - idolising her brother - and yet perhaps deep down - almost at subconscious level - unhappy about the situation - she could be the one who fronts all the social service meetings etc...

Megan & Emma: Not sure what you mean - your message is there and I answered.
Dated:Thu Nov 19 21:16:57 2009  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: Please take your time, I'm very grateful that you read it at all :) !
I really like that suggestion actually. I hadn't thought of that, and you're right, it does make a lot more sense that way! In the current version, no, she's not aware of the stuff that's going on.
Dated:Thu Nov 19 18:43:19 2009  

Name: emma and megan
Message:hi cora did you get our massage.
Dated:Thu Nov 19 18:29:03 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:That sounds very interesting, Emma & Megan. Who was Tommy Millars?

Kristine: Nice to hear from you. I'll put the story on when I get a minute. I'm in the middle of editing one book and another will arrive in a few days!
By the way, I was thinking about your modern story and I decided that if Nat's mother was the doctor's sister, not the housekeeper, and that she actually lived in the house, it would be much more plausible that he would be allowed to adopt. It could be interesting painting her picture. Did she suspect? Was she under his influence?

Aoibheann: Coud you send the title to your new story - just send it in capital letters to the Story Club and a few lines telling me how you are going to end it!
Dated:Thu Nov 19 15:00:16 2009  

Name: emma and megan
Message:hi cora i loved reading the books about drumshee kitty is really intresting im doing a topic on the titanic well done a topic on the titanic we went to the titanic quarters in belfast tommy millars great grand daughter came down we got to hold the two pennies that tommy gave his two sons william and tommy jr it was lots of fun next year we arelarning about the famine we hope to read the famine at drumshee i am looking forward to it go to go bye.
Dated:Thu Nov 19 13:09:49 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora:
Thanks. Sorry, But I think it would be best to delete HeartBraker, just for the best.
The new story is more in my head.
Sorry
Aoibheann
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Dated:Wed Nov 18 17:33:09 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoibheann: Sorry to hear you are not well.
I had put your story in with the other one as it had the same title (though I was a bit confused.) Anyway, when the new one comes I'll put them together.
It would be nice if this one has an ending!
Dated:Wed Nov 18 16:54:38 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora:
Have been out of school since Tuesday,
Quite 'Down' in other words, anyway I going to continue the second chapter of
'A tale Of two twits' when its put up,
Thanks.
Aoibheannn
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Dated:Wed Nov 18 15:59:12 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sinéad, Emma, Kelly & Aoibheann: Many thanks for the messages.
I'll put the stories on the Story Board tomorrow.
Dated:Mon Nov 16 19:20:24 2009  

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