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Name: aoibheann
Message:we had a easter fair, today a school!!!!
Dated:Sun Mar 23 16:04:14 2008  

Name: aoibheann
Message:happy easter weekend cora!
Dated:Sat Mar 22 21:51:48 2008  

Name: aoibheann
Message:cora, i did think of my ending and i'm thinking of ending double trouble soon enough,!
Dated:Sat Mar 22 11:41:56 2008  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Dear Frances,
It's lovely when someone appreciates your book and takes the time and trouble to let you know.
The next Mara book will be coming in a month's time - 'Michaelmas Tribute' in the British edition and 'A Secret & Unlawful Killing' in the American will come out in September.
I've been to the British library and have seen the Brehon laws copied out by Domhnall O'Davoren and his scholars in the mid sixteenth century. I felt my hands shake when I held the book!
Dated:Fri Mar 21 16:05:37 2008  

Name: Frances McNair
Message:For the first time in what seems like an age I was transported back in time so much so that I had to check out "Brehon Law" and have since had a merry discussion with my librarian re your book, please do try hard not to keep us waiting for too long for more of Mara. What a woman if only there were more of her. Anyway just had to say Thanks
Dated:Fri Mar 21 04:55:58 2008  

Name: aoibheann
Message:thanks for ryplying! i got 3 books in hughes and hughes, one is the new jacqueline wilson book[my sister jodie] second is the 2nd book of heartland, and third is the 7th book of the naughtiest girl!
Dated:Thu Mar 20 20:47:11 2008  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Dear Tevis,
It's exciting getting a message from San Francisco and I'm so delighted that you liked 'My Lady Judge', I was feeling a bit down-hearted about America as, although there were two nice reviews on Amazon.com when the book came out first, recently someone put on a very scathing one saying that the book sounded as if it had been written for children.
I, too, find Brehon law completely fascinating. It seems amazing how modern and humanitarian it is. It makes me proud to be Irish - or perhaps I should say Celtic - when I read about it. Are you Welsh in origin?
Book two will be out in May here in Ireland and in Britain, Canada etc and in America in September.
Many thanks for going to the trouble of writing
Cora
Dated:Thu Mar 20 20:27:45 2008  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Niamh; I see your point about 'they' being the more appropriate pronoun as love is many-faceted.

Aoibhean: I think you're right. I'll start another story - this one has been hanging around for so long that people have lost the thread.

David: Thanks for your message. Which class are you in?
Dated:Thu Mar 20 20:18:54 2008  

Name: David Besliu
Message:Hi cora i loved presantition from bushy park school n.s.
Dated:Thu Mar 20 20:13:16 2008  

Name: Tevis Jones
Message:Dear Cora, I just finished "My Lady Judge". What a wonderful book!! I've visited the Burren many times, studied medieval Irish history, and have always been interested in Brehon law. You've illuminated all of these subjects beautifully in your book, and thrown in a well-crafted mystery as well; it was absolutely perfect reading for St. Patrick's Day week. I look forward to more titles in what I'm sure will be a vibrant series. Thank you!! Tevis Jones, San Francisco, U.S.
Dated:Thu Mar 20 16:08:24 2008  

Name: aoibheann
Message:hey cora, how long does the story club story like dead stay untill someone can end it and start a new one?
Dated:Thu Mar 20 15:12:03 2008  

Name: aoibheann
Message:i did ANONTHER POEM today and its a bit more misterious
Dated:Thu Mar 20 15:02:05 2008  

Name: aoibheann
Message:hey! i just did a poem! and another part of double trouble, thanks for the advice about it¬
Dated:Wed Mar 19 11:56:07 2008  

Name: aoibheann
Message:hey cora! how are you? am... do you ever see quizone on rte 2 ? i do and i love it! its like this game where your team has the internet and books and there's 5 people and one runs through the zone blocking the other teams and trying to get the bonus ball for like pionts that get higher each round and then when the get back to the conatact station their team must have an anser cause[the referee asks you questions] and there's a time limit and you only get the pionts if you get the question right! its only in like the easter holidays and half term so i watch it every , morning and if you miss it there's a replay at 4;00, sorry this message is so long! bye!!!!
Dated:Wed Mar 19 11:37:24 2008  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I hope everyone had a lovely St Patrick's Day - here the weather was lovely and fine and the sun shone.

Something I said a while ago and I'll just repeat it now is that I don't really like rhyming poems. A poem should be a feeling expressed in a few short words and I find that very few people, especially those of primary school age, are able to do this and to find rhymes as well, so I ban rhymes.
Dated:Tue Mar 18 07:53:35 2008  

Name: aoibheann
Message:hey cora,happy saint partricks day!
Dated:Mon Mar 17 21:12:19 2008  

Name: Kristine
Message:Hey Cora, and everybody on the message board - just wanted to say Happy St Patrick's day to everyone...
Dated:Mon Mar 17 13:03:48 2008  

Name: aoibheann
Message:cora i did another chapter of double trouble and i did a poem! its called a poem of joy and sorrow
Dated:Sun Mar 16 15:01:42 2008  

Name: aoibheann
Message:our internet was gone for 2 days so i couldn't write a message, i looking foward to getting the faminne secret[hopefully] in ennis library! bye!!!
Dated:Sun Mar 16 14:51:20 2008  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Niamh: I actually lived at Newenham Terrace - in number one. It was quite different then because it had like a small park in front of it (the road has been widened and has taken up most of it) and it had a gate and a lodgekeeper to open and close the gate. There was a big bit of grass in the middle - I suppose about the size of a football field and there was a gravel road all around it and then a lot of shrubs behind the wall that separated it from the road (which, in those days) was quite narrow and much more peaceful. I lived there sixty years ago and then we moved out to Bishopstown.
Dated:Sat Mar 15 07:51:44 2008  

Name: Niamh W
Message:Thanks Cora! Remember when you told me you lived by North Terrace when you were younger, Well my school is actually on that road! I meant to tell you earlier but the message board didn't work. I think it's really cool that you lived near my school!
Dated:Fri Mar 14 21:48:19 2008  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Ciara: How are getting on with A LIFE FOR A LIFE? If you get a chance to go to see King John's castle in Limerick, you will find it very interesting because the second half of the book is mostly about that.

Niamh & Aisling: I like your poems.

Aoibheann: That's great that you like TITANIC. I think either that or GORGEOUS is my best-selling book.

RC2: thanks for your message. It's a lovely feeling for an author to know that people are reading your books and talking about them. I hope you have a good holiday, also.
Dated:Fri Mar 14 20:45:42 2008  

Name: rc2
Message:hey cora,how is it going your books are great everyone is talking about them in my school.i bet every one is writing that to u.keep writing books they are great way more than great well i got to go happy easter and st patricks day.best of luck bye
Dated:Fri Mar 14 19:16:56 2008  

Name: aoibheann
Message: om my god cora! titanic voyage from drumshee is one of the best books i read so far! its really interesting and i thought like kitty that robert was abit of a show-off and that tabhitha was a bit left out so THATS why she behaved badly!
Dated:Thu Mar 13 20:21:14 2008  

Name: Niamh
Message:I'm just after sending in two poems.
I thought I'd try it out
Dated:Thu Mar 13 20:03:27 2008  

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