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Name: sarah
Message:
i sent u a story
Dated:Sat Mar 28 09:31:43 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sorry, Ciara - I've been very busy, very rushed during the last few days.

Sarah Patton: I've just sent an email to the Site Manager to unblock that computer in case it was yours - it was nothing too bad anyway, just silly - but I had a few of those messages and got tired of them - and yet it doesn't look the same number as your computer - anyway, send me another message through the sotry board if you read this.
Dated:Fri Mar 27 08:29:34 2009  

Name: Cahill.Ciara
Message:Cora
No offence,but it was Cahill or Ciara not Clare.
Thanks for putting my message on the board.
Dated:Tue Mar 24 20:38:38 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Grace: Thanks for your message.
Clare: Yes, I'd love to come back to Cratloe - and I did like it very much, indeed, but I would have to be invited by a teacher. By the way, I'm delighted that you liked the 'Famine'.
Sarah Patton: Yes, Sarah, I did get that message on the story, but not your others. I wonder what is happening? I know that I blocked a computer a while ago as I kept getting silly messages from this one source - you haven't got a little brother or cousin or something who might have been doing that, have you? I'll try and find out the computer number and if it's yours I'll unblock it straightaway.
Dated:Mon Mar 23 09:15:08 2009  

Name: Cahill.Ciara
Message:Hey Cora its me again Cahill.Ciara!!!!
My favourite book ever was The Famine Secret
Dated:Sun Mar 22 20:25:36 2009  

Name: Cahill.Ciara
Message:Hey!
Will you come back to Cratloe school soon, PpLlEeAaSsEe
Did you like Cratloe school.
I certainly do.
Dated:Sun Mar 22 20:22:56 2009  

Name: grace kelly
Message:hey cora...

ur a reallii gud author !! luv your books !!
Dated:Sat Mar 21 16:51:28 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Sorry chapter 4 is soo short
Dated:Mon Mar 16 20:04:10 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora:Just looking back,you see I have 'Maids of all work' which I type.
and My story on paper, which I write normally.
Dated:Mon Mar 16 19:29:23 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora: Mabye You could do another gorgeous called.mabye gorgeous again?It could mabye be about Fern and Jesscia and Paul going to see Kevin.
Dated:Mon Mar 16 19:14:52 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Cameron: I'm thinking about a book with boy as a detective. It is set in Victorian times - a bit like the musical 'Oliver'.
Have you really read all 17 of the Drumshee books?
Aoibheannn: No, I;m afraid I haven't. I was thinking that I might rewrite 'Gorgeous' in an English setting.
Dated:Mon Mar 16 18:21:30 2009  

Name: cameron
Message:hi cora I read all of your books whats your new one?
Dated:Mon Mar 16 15:59:42 2009  

Name: cameron loughnane
Message:hi cora your books are relly good
Dated:Sun Mar 15 15:06:11 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora:Thanks.
Have you found a new puplisher for 'Twice As Gorgeous?'
Dated:Sat Mar 14 20:04:05 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoibheann: Some of what I've said to Aimee applies to you, also. Of course, it's fine to write stories on paper - in school you have to do that, I suppose, but the more you get used to typing at your age, the better it will be for you. On the other hand, some authors that I know say they often write the first page or so on paper - so everyone is different!
Dated:Sat Mar 14 09:26:50 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aimee: If I were you I would take one of those stories in your head and write it as a plan - for instance, divide it into four chapters and just write a little note of what is in each chapter. Then you can start writing. Do it on the computer if you type fairly easily - it's so much easier to change things and swap things around when it is on a computer. then when it's written, just copy it and paste it into the Story Club form and I will give you any help that I can.
I think if you start to write down what's in your head straightaway, you will be disappointed. It doesn't always work because in your mind you are seeing the stories like a film, but a written story is different. Good luck!
Dated:Sat Mar 14 09:26:02 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora:Just like Lucky!
By the way,I hope this is okay, but I'm writing a story on paper.Is that okay?It's a Horsey Story.
Dated:Fri Mar 13 20:23:39 2009  

Name: aimee fitzgerald
Message: Hi Cora, You were in my school (St. Annes NS, Rathkeale)today for the official opening of our school library. I think your books sound really good. I really want to read the book 'Gorgeous'. It seems very intresting. I like writing fairy-tales. I have all these ideas inside my head and i just need to write them down or i feel my head will burst!!! Thank you.
Dated:Fri Mar 13 08:28:20 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoibheann: Yes, Oscar is fine - mad as ever.I said to him today that he will be four next month so it's time to grow up, but he just grabbed a sock from the wash basket and ran around with it in his mouth.
Roisin: I'm very well. I went to Rathkeale School to day and opened their library. I have tomoorow off so I shall do some gardening and some writing.
Meadhbh: I remember you - you had lovely eyes, I hope you manage to read 'Gorgeous'. If yiou've got a story, go Story Club, click on 'paste your own story' and give your age and school.
Dated:Thu Mar 12 18:57:25 2009  

Name: Meadhbh
Message:Hi Cora you were a my school today(Rathkeale) If you dont remember me you asked me to be Fern. I think you are a very good inspiration. I have wrote a book for the write a book compition and i got a distinction and i can scan it on to the computer and show it to you and you can give me a few tips please. I would love if you put a few photos of your house. Thank you very much.
Dated:Thu Mar 12 18:31:48 2009  

Name: Roisin
Message:Hey cora,got any news? Did you find anything in drumshee yet? Will you let us know? see you soon!
From Roisin!!x
Dated:Thu Mar 12 12:44:35 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora: How's Oscar?
Dated:Mon Mar 9 20:53:36 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Liam & Aoife: Thanks for your additions to the 'The Magic Fire' story, but - and I probably didn't explain this - I couldn't put them on, because you were both finishing off the story.
I usually say when I think that an ending should be written and then anyone who likes can put it on. This story is just beginning and I hope that there will be lots of strange adventures.


Sarah & everyone: Writing books is a matter of getting a good idea, then thinking about that idea and developing the story before you start to write it down - the sources of inspiration can be anything that you meet or see or hear, but I think it's best not to take an idea from another book or film - that never seems to work well.
Dated:Mon Mar 9 10:57:40 2009  

Name: Clohanbeg NS
Message:we love your books.what inspired you to write?
Dated:Sun Mar 8 21:16:16 2009  

Name: SARAH
Message:HOW DO U WRITE BOOKS?
Dated:Sat Mar 7 18:48:01 2009  

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