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Name: sarah
Message:
i sent u a story. did u get it
Dated:Wed Apr 22 20:06:57 2009  

Name: Sarah Fitzgerald
Message:Hi Cora, I am Sarah from St. Anne's N.S., Rathkeale. I really like the look of the book "Gorgeous".
Dated:Mon Apr 20 17:28:05 2009  

Name: Nicole
Message:Hi its Nicole. How is Wolf.
Dated:Fri Apr 17 20:41:06 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sarah: Thanks for the little story. I'm just going to put it on. Yes, I sometimes visit schools, but not that many.
Thanks for your message Louise
Sarah Patton: Pete is going to try disabling the whole block process so could you try again in a few days time - I will be away until Thursday.
Dated:Fri Apr 17 10:58:20 2009  

Name: louise kelly
Message:i love your books
Dated:Thu Apr 16 20:14:06 2009  

Name: sarah
Message:
do u visit schools anymore ?
Dated:Wed Apr 15 20:01:16 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sarah Patton: Try sending a message now, Sarah, if you don't mind. Hopefully everything is sorted - if not let me know through the storyline board.
Aoibheann: Thanks - your story is now on.
Aoife: Nice to hear from you - I remember you well - though I've forgotten which school it was. I'd love to see your story. Are you in Junior Cert now? If so you will be about the same age as Kristine - you might like to have a look at her stories.
Dated:Tue Apr 14 19:10:27 2009  

Name: Aoife Trench, Kerry
Message:OMG it's like, my first time coming onto your site in about 4 years! Yes, that's what secondary school does with your free time...
I'm after going into the Story Club for old time's sake & reading back over all the crappy stories I wrote when I was, what, 10? :D
Nah, they weren't THAT crappy. The 11-year-old me writing those stories really impressed the now 15-year-old me...
ANYHOO! Writing a new story at the mo! Haven't worked out which way it's going to go yet but it's gonna be pretty cool... Perhaps I might add the first chapter in a while & see what you think?
Aoife x
Dated:Tue Apr 14 18:46:22 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora: No problem. I'll send it again.
Dated:Tue Apr 14 13:37:16 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sarah Patton: I'm really sorry this has happened. Apparently it wasn't your computer that I blocked but another one with a very similar number. Pete thought he had sorted it out, but apparently he hasn't. I've just written to him. In the meantime go on using the storyline board as that does not seem to have a problem. I'll never block anything again! - I don't know why I bothered as I can just delete a message. I suppose I was tired, or in a bad humour and I got fed up with this silly kid!
Dated:Mon Apr 13 15:02:10 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sharon: I put your message on the other guestbook.
Aoibheann: I didn't get that chapter, I don't think so, anyway.
Tara: Nice to hear from you. Hope you are enjoying the holiday
Dated:Mon Apr 13 09:08:41 2009  

Name: Tara Coleman
Message:hi cora im tara coleman from rathkeale in limerck, just came to say hi!
Dated:Sat Apr 11 14:40:42 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora:Sent in chapter 6: Sorry for the delay.
Dated:Sat Apr 11 12:16:31 2009  

Name: Sharron Hall
Message:Hi Cora,
I'm reading "My Lady Judge" as my treat over the Easter weekend here in Newcastle, NSW, Australia. Our families came here from Ireland in the 1850s and 1870s. I've learned a great deal of history about the world of the Haynes family that I didn't know about before. The Neylons came from Clare and the house they built here was named St Clare. The book has been very enjoyable. Sharron.
Dated:Fri Apr 10 22:43:10 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: I loved these two chapters!

Aoibheann: That's like asking how long is a piece of string - - but I do think that the better you plan and organise your material, the quicker your writing will be - on the whole - and with luck!
Dated:Wed Apr 8 19:30:01 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora: How long does it take to write a book?
Dated:Tue Apr 7 16:06:50 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoibheann: I think I would find it hard to write another Famine book about these four children - in other words as sequel, but I could write a Famine book about different children.

Ciara: Yes, I've met a Labradoodle - he was crazy, fin and very friendly. I think they are lovely!
Dated:Tue Apr 7 11:30:42 2009  

Name: Ciara.Cahill
Message:You are a great author.
Do you do any books of dogs and/or horses.
You are really pretty!!!
Thank you for putting my message on the board,Cora!!
Have you ever heard of a labradoodle?
It is a breed of dog.
I got a black one two christmas ago.
He is a crazy,spoilt dog but a loving gentle handsome boy.
Look up labradoodles on google and then go to images PLEASE!!!
Dated:Mon Apr 6 20:20:30 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora: Hi, I Just re-read 'Famine secret at Drumshee'. Do you think you will do another book about the Famine?
Dated:Fri Apr 3 20:45:14 2009  

Name: cameron
Message:hi cora i got a new fish
Dated:Fri Apr 3 17:55:08 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I started my career after I retired from teaching – I was intrigued by the notion that people have lived on this farm for at least 2,000 years and I just started writing.
I haven’t any pictures of the fort but if you look Craganaun Iron Age Fort on Google you will get some idea.
Drumshee is in County Clare, between the villages of Corofin and Kilfenora.
My next book is called: ‘I Was Jane Austen’s Best Friend’ and is about 2 teenagers a couple of hundred years ago and the fun they had going to balls etc.
I have two children (look at at the biography section on the website)
No, the matron is completely imaginary.
Dated:Thu Apr 2 19:31:29 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Ciara:
I would love to visit, but Armagh may be a bit far away – in any case, I would have to be invited by your teacher or head teacher.
Yes, I did do a huge amount of research – especially research of local conditions before I wrote my book on the Famine and yes, I did research yellow and black fever.
My favourite breed of dog is German shepherd.
It’s difficult to name my favourite out of all the books that I have written – at the moment I think it is one of the Drumshee Chronicles – Treachery at Midnight. You can see about it on this website.
I started my career after I retired from teaching – I was intrigued by the notion that people have lived on this farm for at least 2,000 years and I just started writing.
Dated:Thu Apr 2 19:30:23 2009  

Name: Ciara, St Michael's PS
Message:Hi Cora,
I am a pupil at a primary school in Newtownhamilton, Co.Armagh.
At the moment my class and I are reading "Famine Secret at Drumshee" and we are really enjoying it.We have a few questions for you... do U think U can visit R school?
Did u do any research on the black and yellow fever?
What is your favourite dog?
Out of all the books u have ever written,which is your favourite?
How did you start your career as a author?
Who is your favourite character in "Famine Secret @ Drumshee"?
Can u send some pictures of the iron age fort?
Were exactly is Drumshee?
What's the title of your next book?
Do you have any children?
Is the matron based on your childhood teacher?

Thank you for taking the time
Dated:Thu Apr 2 14:08:58 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora: Sounds just like Lucky!
Dated:Mon Mar 30 19:11:33 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Samantha: Thanks for your message. My favourite is the Wolf books.

Aoibheann: Oscar is fine - just tried to climb into a tractor today awhen my husband was talking to the farmer!
Dated:Mon Mar 30 17:51:34 2009  

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