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Name: Emily,
Message:Dear Cora,
Thank you for telling me about your fort it sounds very interesting,I love that sort of stuff you konw. Iwas reading the famine secret.I loved it . My throat is getting much better thank you .I'm going back to school on Wednesday.From Emily
Dated:Mon Jan 21 17:57:15 2008  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Dear Emily,
I hope you are feeling better and that your throat is not too sore.
What we have on my farm is an Iron Age fort, but it has the ruins (only a lot of stones, some of them shaped as battlements and others with a place carved for a medieval latch and a small window with diamond shapes for the panes of glass). It's quite exciting trying to find the clues to the past.
I hope you liked Titanic. Which other book did you read?
Dated:Sun Jan 20 15:54:50 2008  

Name: Emily,
Message:dear Cora,
I just got my tonsils out and I've been reading your books. I think they're fab!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I read on the back of the Titanic Voyage from Drumshee that you have a castle & a well on your farm. I was wondering if you could tell me more about it. from Emily, age 9.P.S. You rock!!
Dated:Sun Jan 20 14:26:04 2008  

Name: Aisling
Message:Hope you had a merry Christmas and a happy New Year everyone! I was sooo busy I idn't get a chance to come on. I'm workin on my story now I hope you like it.
Dated:Wed Jan 9 17:21:34 2008  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Happy New Year - to you, Kristine and to everyone else.

Conor: I'd love to know how you are finding the character of Ronan, the handicapped boy. If you had to pick three words to describe him what would they be?
Dated:Sat Jan 5 16:30:52 2008  

Name: Conor Kelly
Message:Dear Cora
Im reading ur book Secret spy at drumshee. Its really good!
Dated:Sat Jan 5 14:07:37 2008  

Name: Kristine
Message:Happy New Year Cora, and everybody else x
Dated:Tue Jan 1 20:57:17 2008  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Dear Patricia,
Thanks for getting in touch.
I've just finished reading the book proofs of book 2 which will be named MICHAELMAS TRIBUTE in the UK and A SECRET & UNLAWFUL KILLING in the US.
I think the mystery is better in this one. Did you guess the murderer in MY LADY JUDGE
Dated:Mon Dec 31 10:29:52 2007  

Name: Patricia Sherk
Message:"The Lady Judge" is better than Fidelma! Please continue the series!
Dated:Sun Dec 30 21:52:29 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I liked that last chapter, Niamh.
Don't worry about leaving gaps - I do understand how much homework you all have. I feel very lucky to be retired and to be able to devote a lot of time to writing.
Dated:Wed Dec 12 18:54:04 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Another great addition, Kristine.
Dated:Thu Dec 6 16:42:23 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Michaela: Sorry not to have got back to you before now, Michaela. I was away for a few days.
I'm thrilled that you like 'Gorgeous' that much!
Dated:Tue Dec 4 16:29:00 2007  

Name: michaela
Message:hi cora
i'm in the middle of reading your new book gorgeous it's brillent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I read nearly half the book in 1 hour i can hardly put it down
Dated:Sat Dec 1 14:02:02 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I think those changes would work well, and I'll put them in now. Thanks!

Kristine x
Dated:Mon Nov 26 17:17:32 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:That's a lovely story, Kristine.
I've put a few pieces of advice, but don't take them unless you are sure. It's your story and you know what you are doing.
Dated:Mon Nov 26 15:27:47 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Hi Cora. I've just sent in a new story that I wrote for a writing competition I might be entering through school. It's a Christmas story but I've made it kind of...sad. To make it stand out. The rules were that it had to be around about 500 words and start with the line "'Twas the night before Christmas...'. Anyway, I'm rather proud of it and I wanted to see what you thought.

Kristine x
Dated:Sun Nov 25 15:26:12 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Niamh: That was a great new addition to the story. Well done.
Dated:Sun Nov 25 14:55:54 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:According to a picture in a book I have about Early Ireland it seems as if it was some kind of mattock or an implement for making holes in the ground.
Dated:Sun Nov 25 12:31:38 2007  

Name: Conor Kelly
Message:Dear Cora

What tipe of implement was it and I found out that there used to be a deep cicular shaped ditch in our field.

From Conor Kelly.
Dated:Sat Nov 24 20:19:42 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Dear Conor,
I remember reading that they tended to bury their dead outside the ditch of the fort. On our farm, I heard, the people who owned it previously found some human skeletons just where the causeway (the sort of earthen bridge) to the fort starts. I don't know how true the story is, but we buried a German shepherd dog, the one that I was telling you about, somewhere there and when the hole was being dug we turned up what looked like an iron age farm implement.
Dated:Sat Nov 24 19:46:44 2007  

Name: conor kelly
Message:Dear Cora

half of our ring fort is deep under the ground and one half is stiking out the side of the hill and theres barely anything left of our hill fort but thiers tonnes of old things there. Do you thing I could find any skeletons at the well.

From Conor
Dated:Sat Nov 24 14:35:38 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Conor: That sounds so fascinating. I would love to find a stone with ogham on it. I haven't found anything like that. You should set up a little museum, perhaps you could even have a class museum where people brought in interesting things.
Michaela: Were you one of the girls that has read Gorgeous?
Dated:Sat Nov 24 13:56:14 2007  

Name: michaela
Message:hi cora u were in my school on thursday i thaught you were brillent and the stories that you told were so interesting
P.s i was in 6th class
Dated:Sat Nov 24 12:33:23 2007  

Name: conor kelly
Message:Dear Cora

Thankyou for replying to me - glad you injoyed the water - the markings on the stones are similar to ogham. I am digging up some the area were the remains but, I have not yet found a soutarrain, I hope the soutarrain will be well preserved. I have found two flint axeheads too.

From Conor Kelly.
Dated:Sat Nov 24 11:13:07 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Dear Conor,
That was great water - lovely and cold - and just what I needed at that moment.
I'm very interested in your farm. What sort of markings are on the stone. Could you describe them?
Is there any trace of a souterrain, or underground room? We think ours is in the middle of the fort, because there is a waterlogged bit there where marsh irises grow and we think it is because water is trapped at the top of the steps (as it was in the escape passageway by what was meant to be a duck pond.)
Dated:Sat Nov 24 08:22:19 2007  

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