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Name: Ciaran Sharpe P6
Message:Hi what are you doing today I am now reading the Famine Secret on my own and it is really good so far to chapter 3
Dated:Fri Sep 20 14:40:58 2013  

Name: Ciaran Sharpe P6
Message:oh I better tell Sir your reply. He will be pleased. You will be surprised about somethings we put up you might like
Dated:Thu Sep 19 19:34:37 2013  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Ciaran: I suppose because I like making up stories.
Dated:Thu Sep 19 10:33:39 2013  

Name: Ciaran Sharpe P6
Message:Why did you start to become an author
Dated:Wed Sep 18 16:25:44 2013  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:No, because that results in a lot of wasted time and unfinished stories. I much prefer to plan.
Dated:Wed Sep 18 08:32:35 2013  

Name: Ciaran Sharpe P6
Message:Have you?
Dated:Tue Sep 17 20:04:16 2013  

Name: Ciaran Sharpe P6
Message:Have you ever thought of doinging your work in a completely different way like making up a story and going along with it
Dated:Tue Sep 17 17:23:34 2013  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Actually, Ciaran, I am an author of nearly 50 books - 17 Drumshee books and another 8 children's books published in Ireland. Published in UK: 6 London Murder Mysteries, 4 for teenage girls, 12 books for adults - and I'm still writing. I used to feel excited when I saw my books in shops in London, but now I am used to it.
Dated:Tue Sep 17 17:06:10 2013  

Name: Ciaran Sharpe P6
Message:Hello me again and I have a question What is it like to be a author of like 12 books and where did you get the inspiration to wright and when did you start?
Dated:Tue Sep 17 15:56:16 2013  

Name: Ciaran Sharpe
Message:That's interesting ill maybe talk to you to tomorrow bye
Dated:Mon Sep 16 19:20:59 2013  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Well, in my book, 'Murder at Drumshee', the teacher at the school is found murdered, and one of the boys - someone who hated him - is suspected of being the killer.
Dated:Mon Sep 16 18:48:40 2013  

Name: cathal
Message:yes we do have hurling at our school
Dated:Mon Sep 16 17:29:05 2013  

Name: Ciaran Sharpe P6
Message:What happened to them
Dated:Mon Sep 16 15:42:48 2013  

Name: Ciaran Sharpe P6
Message:Yes we did it last year and I think we are doing it this year too. A lot of people do hurling and football. We have a league going in school. There are 5 teams in it and you start with the kick off or you can ask Sir to just kick it and of you go. Maybe you could make a book with some people at a school and are playing football when a flood happens to come and they have to survive when the P1s and 2s have gone missing and we could use it as a book at our school or other schools about Ireland. While I was on holidays in Spain I met a person from Liverpool and he was class at ping pong. But he sounded like a broken radio.
Dated:Mon Sep 16 15:37:09 2013  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Thanks, Ciaran and Cathal, for your messages.

Oh, and I wanted to ask whether you play hurling at your school? In 'Murder at Drumshee' I write about the boys playing hurling and that is set about sixteen hundred years ago - in the time of St Patrick - so hurling is a very old game.
Dated:Mon Sep 16 14:23:45 2013  

Name: Ciaran Sharpe P6 from Glenann
Message:Me and my friend Cathal Mc Donnell saw your message and we never heard that before so we didnt the only thing he told us that you live in county Clare. We are going to show your message to Sir and I think he might be pleased. We are enoying your book so much that I think I could put it on Facebook or Twitter. Keep up with the good books cuz you are really good at it.
Dated:Mon Sep 16 12:16:45 2013  

Name: cathal mc donnell from Glenan
Message:I think your book is the best school reading book in p6 even though its the only book I've read so far. my favourite character is Tabitha because she is different from the rest.
Dated:Mon Sep 16 12:12:10 2013  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:How lovely to hear from Glenann, again. I think of you often and am so pleased that I saw your lovely school and the famous glens of Antrim.

I went to Cobh - the place from which the Titanic sailed - during the summer. I forget whether I told you that I was born there and once, when I was nineteen (about fifty-five years ago) I sailed out in a liner from there to France. Even then the liner couldn't come into harbour so the passengers had to go out in a small boat, just like Tabitha and Robert did in my story.
Dated:Mon Sep 16 11:43:09 2013  

Name: Primary 6/7 Glenann PS Cushend
Message:Dear Cora,
At the minute we are reading Titanic Voyage from Drumshee. Primary 7 have already read Famine Secret at Drumshee. Everyone in the class liked the book. Titanic Voyage from Drumshee is very interesting. The story makes you want to read on. Most people in our class like Tabitha the best because she is different from the rest of the characters. We want to find out what happens to the children when the Titanic hits the iceberg. Later in the term we will be visiting the Titanic quarter in Belfast. We have a picture of you on our classroom door. It is of when you visited our school. Congratulations to Clare on winning the U21 hurling on Saturday. We hope you are in good form. Thank you for your interesting books.
Dated:Mon Sep 16 10:10:06 2013  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:More good news about my Jane Austen books - got this from my publisher today:

Cora’s two Jane Austin titles have just been picked up by Slovart and will be translated into Slovakian, what brilliant news!
Dated:Wed Sep 4 11:41:27 2013  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I promise that I will do my best - and the first minute that I can I will put the good news on this guest book.
Dated:Tue Sep 3 09:09:13 2013  

Name: Sophie W
Message:Please Cora I wish you would write another Jenny, secret diary! I love those books so much. It would be a dream come true if there was another! I have got all of my friends to read them as well and we all want more. Sophie x
Dated:Mon Sep 2 22:49:11 2013  

Name: Anita
Message:Hopefully you can convince your publisher. It would be amazing if you could write another book.
Goodluck.
Dated:Sun Sep 1 06:34:28 2013  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Anita: I would so love to write another Jenny and Jane book - Jenny as a young married lady giving Jane advice on her love affairs - I would write it in a shot if my publisher could be convinced that there is a market out there...
Dated:Sat Aug 31 10:10:50 2013  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Lily: Sorry, I wouldn't know you well enough to be able to recommend something - only to say that it should be something that you know about - perhaps how one life in the 20th-21st century seems to repeat what happened centuries earlier. I think that I could write a story like that, but as for an essay, it sounds as though it should be something political.
Dated:Sat Aug 31 10:04:47 2013  

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