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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I think that the story is winding down to a conclusion now. Thanks to everyone who took part.
Anyone who wishes can finish it up now and then we can start a new story next week
Dated:Wed Oct 24 08:47:09 2007  

Name: message from Niamh
Message:Cora: My aunt lives in Kilmaley Ennis, so she brought us there twice it was very good! I heard the Christmas and Halloween are Brilliant!

(sorry you're having trouble again - no one else has mentioned this so it must just be some funny thing with your computer, I think.
Cora)
Dated:Fri Oct 19 16:40:27 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aisling: Yes, I think you're right - that's the way it should go.
Niamh: Yes, I know the Aillwee Caves very well It's the River Aille and the Gaelic word Bhui - yellow? (I think)
When my little grandson is coming over from London we are going to take him to Santa's workshop there - we did it last year and it's magical
Dated:Wed Oct 17 18:23:56 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: Thank you!
Aisling: It's okay, I really don't mind.
Dated:Wed Oct 17 17:46:18 2007  

Name: Niamh
Message:Thanks! Have you ever been to the Allowee caves? (not to sure how to spell it) It's near the Burren so I was just wondering have you ever been there. I have they are really cool!
Dated:Tue Oct 16 21:02:44 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Niamh: Great chapter!
Aisling: I've put the new title on, but I'm not 100% sure that it's the best. We'll keep thinking.
Kristine: I'm pleased, though not surprised that you are an A student!
Dated:Tue Oct 16 20:44:27 2007  

Name: Niamh
Message:Hi! I've added the next chapter to my story. I hope you like it!
Dated:Tue Oct 16 20:07:50 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: For now, for the title, can we call it 'Tanya'
Dated:Tue Oct 16 18:21:19 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Kristine: I want to add a bit to the story but you know, right now the person whose dead feels like it should be you, I don't know why, but it can't be Emmet,, Pearse was never really mentioned so it feels right. But i don't want to kill you!!!
Dated:Tue Oct 16 18:20:28 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I'm getting on well in English this year. I got an A in the summer test but we haven't had a test in English yet this year, so I'm not sure...
Dated:Tue Oct 16 16:51:35 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: It may seem short in quantity of words to you, but it's high in quality. How are you getting on with English as a subject this year?

Aisling: I'm hopeless at titles. The best tip is to try reading your story aloud and see what occurs to you. If you can't get a friend or a sister to listen to you, try it on the dog!
One word titles are quite popular at the moment.
Dated:Tue Oct 16 09:09:35 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: Here's chapter eight. Sorry it's so short - I should have chapter nine later this week.
Dated:Mon Oct 15 17:59:48 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: I know, I hate the title of my story too, couldn't think of anything though
Dated:Sat Oct 13 22:53:13 2007  

Name: Niamh
Message:That's really cool! I'm not in the yellow building though. I wish I was though. We go over there for art, music and science. I'm in Buckingham House. It's near St John's collage. It used to be an orphanage a 100 years ago! It's really cool you lived near my school
Dated:Sat Oct 13 19:23:46 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Well, that's that mystery solved - I hope!

I remember South Terrace. When I was quite young I lived around the corner in a place called Newenham Terrace. It had a big garden, almost a small park in front of it them, but then widened the road and spoiled it. I lived in number one - more than fifty years ago!

Dated:Sat Oct 13 16:51:41 2007  

Name: Niamh
Message:Whoo hoo it worked!
Dated:Sat Oct 13 16:02:45 2007  

Name: Niamh
Message:I go to coláiste Dabhead on south terrace in the middle of town. Its very small. Its the yellow building in the middle of town. Its irish speaking as well. only there since 1993
Dated:Sat Oct 13 16:02:21 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Niamh: Sorry you're still having trouble, but messages by the story boards are working perfectly. I used to go to schools in Cork - in fact, I was brought up there, but at the moment, I'm afraid, I'm too busy with my books for adults to travel long distances. Which school are you from? I went to Scoil Mhuire on Wellington Road when I was young (a very long time ago!)
Aisling: I'm just going to put your story on in a minute. What great writers I have on the Story Board now!
Katie: No, my cat has not had kittens.
By the way, I think I should mention that I know where a message comes from even if there is a false name on it.
Dated:Sat Oct 13 09:17:46 2007  

Name: katie
Message:i have a cat called polly . my cat is having kittens. did your cat ever have kittens

Dated:Fri Oct 12 21:52:55 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Kristine: I absolutely love old-fashioned stories and that seems to be your specialtie! Lucky me! Your really good at writing them. And you have a good mind on what was in the past and what wasn't! I'm still trying to figure out stupid things about the past!
Dated:Fri Oct 12 20:53:39 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: Funny, thats actually quite a funny idea, my sister Tara would probably love to read a story like that! I've sent in my story!
Dated:Fri Oct 12 20:23:37 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aisling: What a great story that would make about a teacher who hides children in her fridge.
(I can say that light-heartedly because I don't know her - probably if I did, I would realise that she just wants to get the best out of her cleverest students!)
Dated:Fri Oct 12 18:37:59 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: Thanks I'll probably send it now again.

Sorry I haven't been on in ages. My new teacher, Ms. barrett is a evil i think. I think she hides children in her fridge. Sorry, didn't mean to be mean.

Kristine: Thanks so much, I'll read your story now!
Dated:Fri Oct 12 17:26:07 2007  

Name: niamh's message
Message:Cora: Too bad! Fabulous was really good while it was on the story board. I never got to tell you what I thought of it because I wasn't ever able to use the message board. Do you still have the story club story HIDDEN SECRETS .

Kristine: The seventh chapter was brill!! I loved. I found it every bit as exciting as the last chapters!
Cora's answer:
I'm delighted you liked 'Fabulous'. I have finished that and I must try an English publisher for it.
Dated:Fri Oct 12 09:08:36 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Niamh: thakns for the entry into the storyline.

Yes, keep sending the messages that way until we manage to sort out what is going wrong.

NIAMH'S MESSAGE
Will I continue using the story board to say something if the message board doEsn't work for me first?

That is a big shame! Did you ever finish it?

Cora:
No, I'm afraid that I never finished it - there didn't seem much point when I didn't have a publisher for it.
Dated:Thu Oct 11 18:32:42 2007  

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