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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:the Hound of the Baskervilles is brilliant.

Have you read 'The Red-headed League'? That is very clever.
Dated:Wed Apr 13 20:55:34 2016  

Name: Anna
Message:At the moment I'm reading The Valley of Fear, which is really intriguing. My favourites are The Hounds of Baskerville, The Noble Bachelor and The Solitary Cyclist.
Dated:Wed Apr 13 18:30:31 2016  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:i absolutely love Sherlock Holmes, Anna!

I think I've read every single one of his stories many times.
Dated:Tue Apr 12 14:09:00 2016  

Name: Anna
Message:Hi Cora,
I wrote a while back. In answer to your questions: I haven't been able to read Body in the Fog (somehow it didn't get seen on my Christmas wishlist) but I'm looking forward to reading it and I come from the UK. Recently I've been reading some Sherlock Holmes stories and I was wondering if you liked them too?
Also
Dated:Tue Apr 12 10:48:01 2016  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:just the sort of message I love to get!
I chose to write about an Iron Age girl because we have an Iron Age fort behind our cottage.
I began the series in 1997 and went on until I had written 17 books.
If I could change anything I would make Nuala a much longer book.
This was a retirement project, but now I have had fifty books published.
Of the Drumshee series I think Drumshee Castle is my favourite. I began it when I found some stones from a castle up in our fort and I set it in the time of Queen Elizabeth I as that is a favourite time in history for me.
Thanks for the great questions.
Dated:Tue Mar 8 19:30:53 2016  

Name: Ms Phillips' 4th Class
Message:Hello Cora,

We're a 4th class from Co. Wicklow and we read your book Nuala and Her Secret Wolf as our class novel. We really enjoyed reading it and we came up with a few questions.
Why did you choose Nuala to write about?
Why did you write about the Iron Age?
How long ago did you start writing the Drumshee series?
If you could change anything in the book, what would you change?
How many books have you written?
What was your favourite book to write?

Thank you
Dated:Tue Mar 8 11:00:53 2016  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:im afraid I'm an 'early to bed' person' Charlotte!
Dated:Sun Dec 27 08:09:54 2015  

Name: Charlotte
Message:Hi Cora! Just wondering whether you are online now.. :)
Dated:Sat Dec 26 23:35:48 2015  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:what a lovely message! Just right for this time of the year!
Dated:Sat Dec 26 19:54:42 2015  

Name: Sarah
Message:hi cora just wanted to say I love your books!!
Dated:Sat Dec 26 16:21:00 2015  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I think that I would love to do Rose. As I am a writer and she was a writer I would have more in common with her - I am not particularly good at dressmaking or clothes designing, and I'm certainly no good at playing music.
Dated:Thu Dec 17 15:41:54 2015  

Name: Madison
Message:I just read the message board:P and saw that if you were to do a third Debutantes book, it may be on Rose. I think it would be great to have a book from her point of view!!, as you have touched on the other sister's views:)
Dated:Wed Dec 16 23:54:04 2015  

Name: Madison
Message:Hi Cora:)
Is there any chance of you writing a third book in the Debutantes series??
Dated:Wed Dec 16 23:50:23 2015  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Well, from the point of view of an author, I get 25% of the cost of every e-book sold and I get 10% of the cost of every hardback sold and only 7.5% of every paperback sold so from the point of view of an author I think they are a good thing.

From the point of view of a reader, I like e books for light fiction, but prefer 'real' books for non-fiction and for books that I treasure.

Hope this is a help.
Dated:Tue Dec 8 10:10:06 2015  

Name: Sienna
Message:Hi Cora,
I'm doing a project for school on the issue of books v ebooks. I just wondered what your view was on this subject? Thanks a lot :)
Dated:Mon Dec 7 11:19:38 2015  

Name: Bethan
Message:It would be really interesting to see some diary entries from Rose in the book.
Dated:Sat Dec 5 14:36:14 2015  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:yes, I meant the central character, of course.

I can just imagine Rose keeping a diary, can't you?
Dated:Fri Dec 4 22:59:19 2015  

Name: Bethan
Message:I think that it would be nice to see Rose fall in love and become a debutante.
Dated:Fri Dec 4 22:36:52 2015  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message: I'd love to do a book where Rose was the central chapter. How would you think that would work out, Bethan?
Dated:Fri Dec 4 20:17:11 2015  

Name: Bethan
Message:I love your books and was wondering if you were going to do a follow up to debutantes in love? Thank you
Dated:Fri Dec 4 19:43:56 2015  

Name: Kaede
Message:I would love it if you wrote another book to the Jane Austen series. I really love those books.
Dated:Mon Nov 30 11:57:12 2015  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Thanks, Kaede. I had such fun writing it as I loved finding out about the clothes they wore and the fun that they had.
And it was very interesting finding out about Jane Austen's life and about her brothers and sister, and, of course, her cousin.
Dated:Tue Nov 24 11:14:14 2015  

Name: Kaede
Message:
I really loved the book: I was Jane Austen's best friend

Dated:Tue Nov 24 10:51:34 2015  

Name: Kaede
Message:I love the : I was Jane AusTender


I really loved the book: I was Jane Austen's best friend



Dated:Tue Nov 24 10:44:58 2015  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:i love writing, and reading, detective stories. I think 'Body in the Fog' was my best mystery. What do you think?

Would love to write some more some time. What country do you live in, Anna.
Dated:Tue Oct 6 21:41:14 2015  

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