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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Elora: I love your name. Is it an Irish name? To answer your questions - German shepherds, like Wolf, start off about the size of a teddy bear at 6 weeks, but by ten months the big ones are about the size of a desk.
Aoife: Don't worry about the words - what you want is ideas. Think of a main character for your story and then give him/her a problem to be solved. The solving of it is the story.
Dated:Wed Mar 4 08:44:13 2009  

Name: Aoife barry killmurry N.School
Message:Coar what words could I use for a story.
Dated:Tue Mar 3 21:40:48 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: Good luck! yes, I think you handled that quite rightly.
Jessica: I wrote my first book when I was about ten - it was a murder mystery - but my first published book - well, I was 57!
Kathryn: Yes, I loved writing stories as a child - up to about the age of 12
Dated:Tue Mar 3 20:12:29 2009  

Name: Jessica Cunningham
Message:How long did it take you to write your first book?
How old was you when you started making books?
P.S all your books are relly good and exciting
all of them rock.
Dated:Tue Mar 3 19:52:42 2009  

Name: Kathryn Shanahan
Message:Did you like writing stories when you were little?
Dated:Tue Mar 3 19:50:51 2009  

Name: Kathryn Shanahan
Message:Did you like writing stories when you were little?
Dated:Tue Mar 3 19:08:44 2009  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I e-mailed O' Brien Press just a few minutes ago, with a brief synopsis and enquiring if they'd like a sample chapter. Seeing as I don't have an agent, I thought it would be better to e-mail first as opposed to bombaring them with unsolicited manuscripts. Probably won't hear back for a few days, but sure I'll keep you posted.
Dated:Tue Mar 3 18:06:06 2009  

Name: Elora
Message: How big is wolf?
Dated:Tue Mar 3 17:30:10 2009  

Name: Elora Mahon
Message:What gave you the idea to rite books
Dated:Tue Mar 3 17:21:46 2009  

Name: Elora Mahon
Message:What was your favourite book as a child?
Did you read it often?
Dated:Tue Mar 3 17:19:28 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Choloe: There are about 27,000 words in my first book.
Cameron: Wolf's my favourite dog of all time. I publish my books by emailing them to a publisher.
Stephanie: I'd like to see your story.
Cassie: Wolf & the Frozen Mist is one of my page-turners, I hope.
Niamh & Sarha: I loved my visit to you.
Cathal, Janson and Thomas: I get 7.5% of the cover price.
Chelsea & Jessica: My first book came out in 1991
Dated:Tue Mar 3 16:48:26 2009  

Name: chelsea Newcastle N.S
Message:When did you write your first book
Dated:Tue Mar 3 13:58:50 2009  

Name: Cathal, Jason and Tomás
Message:We all really liked your talk at Newcastle School today. Everybody thought your talk was very interesting. We would like to know how much money do you make on each book? We hope you don't think that we are too nosey!! Thank you!!
Dated:Tue Mar 3 13:35:54 2009  

Name: chelsea Newcastle N.S
Message:When did you write your first book
Dated:Tue Mar 3 13:25:31 2009  

Name: 3rdclass newcastle N.S
Message:To Cora,thankyou for visiting.
we love all your books.
please write back.
from niamh and sarah
Dated:Tue Mar 3 13:23:07 2009  

Name: Cassie Newcastle
Message:Which one of your stories is the best page-turner?
Dated:Tue Mar 3 13:20:33 2009  

Name: cameron loughnane athenry co.g
Message:how is wolf the cute dog will you come back again to Newcastle again say hello to wolf.
Dated:Tue Mar 3 12:32:14 2009  

Name: Chloe Newcastle
Message:How many words are in your first Book
Dated:Tue Mar 3 10:42:00 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: No, don't bother - just give me a few words at the insertion point.
Dated:Mon Mar 2 09:37:39 2009  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: Should I re-write it to include that paragraph?
Dated:Sun Mar 1 21:19:30 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Megan: Let me know how you get on with your story.
Aoibheann: I like your new chapter. I'll try to put it on tonight - or else tomorrow morning.
Kristine: I understand what you are saying about Scar, but I think you need to tell your reader all of what you have just told me. It could be a very strong passage and I can imagine that you would write it very well indeed. You have to convey to the reader all of Scar's conflicting emotions - they would not necessarily guess them from what you have written. I look forward to how you would write that passage.
Dated:Sun Mar 1 20:10:24 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora: Just sent in chapter 3.
Dated:Sun Mar 1 15:43:22 2009  

Name: Kristine
Message:And about the adoption - I researched it and it is legal, although it is a bit suspect, I agree. But, if he had a wife, the end of the plot wouldn't run as smoothly, the ends couldn't be tied up. So he sort of had to be single for it to work.
Dated:Sun Mar 1 13:30:34 2009  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: That was actually the hardest part to write. I tried a lot of versions where she just said stuff to him, a couple where he didn't come back at all, but none of them really felt right. What I'm trying to do is move Scarlett away from being secretive and hiding her feelings from people, and bring her slowly towards being able to speak and actually tell people how she feels. That's why speaking to Nate about when he'd been gone just didn't feel right - it felt like she was going too fast. I needed some way to get her feelings out, but yet not in the proper way.
Dated:Sun Mar 1 13:30:10 2009  

Name: Sarah Patton
Message:Hiya Cora how are you!!
Dated:Sat Feb 28 21:10:09 2009  

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