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Name: Jessica
Message:Hi Cora I love your books, especialy Gorgous
Dated:Tue Oct 2 18:12:34 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I meant to say that when you send a story, please put a note on the guestbook, also, as, if the story goes astray there is no record of it on my admin. page, but there is of a message.
Dated:Tue Sep 25 09:20:41 2007  

Name: Niamh W
Message:thanks I wasn't to sure on it. But it seems to be coming along well. I think I might put some more structure to it but I'm looking forward to writing it.
Dated:Fri Sep 21 21:08:54 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:It seems as if the Story Club is working now. I've just got a story from Niamh (I liked it, Niamh,) and have put it on, so Kristine and Aisling could you please try again . Keep a copy, though, in case things go wrong.
Dated:Thu Sep 20 19:12:01 2007  

Name: katie
Message:oh that sounds like a great idea so are you on any new books for children
Dated:Thu Sep 20 16:19:54 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Katie: With IMMENSE difficulty is the only answer to your question. However, it's fun to try and self-publishing is the easiest of all with computers. I think schools should be building up libraries of self-published books.
Dated:Thu Sep 20 09:41:41 2007  

Name: katie
Message:Hi Cora how are you! that sounds great but how do you get books published. Thank you very much.
Dated:Wed Sep 19 22:27:22 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I think hang on to the stories for a while - sorry about that, but hopefully we'll soon get it sorted.

katie: What about pretending that you are deadly enemies and each write a diary of the same days in school and at home. Then they could be published back to back.
Dated:Wed Sep 19 19:40:21 2007  

Name: katie
Message:you must have had a great summer but did you have any ideas about the book
Dated:Wed Sep 19 18:17:42 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: Would you like us (Aisling and I) to re-send the chapters or should we maybe wait until you've spoken to the web manager about it?
Dated:Wed Sep 19 17:31:44 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: I didn't get that chapter. There is something wrong with this website at the moment - I'm not getting the messages on my home email, though I am finding them, hopefully, on the message board when I go to the admin. section.
Aisling: The same applies to you - I didn't get that story. I'll have a word with Pete, the web manager, and see what he can do.
Katie: I had a nice summer. My little grandson and my daughter came for six weeks. We made a lake with an island in the middle in a very marshy field on our land and that was great fun. We had an inflatable boat so could row around the lake.
Dated:Wed Sep 19 15:07:31 2007  

Name: katie rowley
Message:hi cora i have not been talking to you for ages so how are you. did you go on any holidays me and my friend emma were thinking about that book you told us to write but we had no ideas did you and how are your dogs
Dated:Tue Sep 18 21:00:32 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I just sent in Chapter Four of 'The Apprentice's Right'. Sorry I'm taking so long with this one, I'm ploughed under with schoolwork currently.
Dated:Tue Sep 18 19:57:14 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Aisling: Of course I read your stories! You're a brilliant author!
Dated:Mon Sep 17 18:01:10 2007  

Name: Anonymus
Message:Cora: Did you get my mesage about my story called 'The Ghost Of My friend'???????????????

its really good.
Dated:Sun Sep 16 18:38:19 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Kristen: Ya, I base my stories mostly in America. Its just the way I write, I can change if you'd like. No offense taken don't worry, I actually feel quiet flattered that you actually read my stories. I must say that yours are really good, so I can't compare them to mine. Brilliant job!! xx
Dated:Sun Sep 16 18:31:39 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Dear Eimer,
I know the feeling and I will try to help. The only thing is that millennium@drumshee is out-of-print.
However, the remaining books were bought up by Tara Book Fairs, Kilcolgan, Co. Galway. They go to lots of schools and they have a very good website.
Yes, you are missing some of the book and it would be great for your school to have a whole book on their shelves. If your school can't get in touch with Tara Book Fairs then come back to me and I'll see if I can type out the ending - unfortunately I don't have a saved copy on my computer - I've just had a look.
Dated:Sat Sep 15 19:04:37 2007  

Name: Eimer Curtin
Message:I have just finished one of your books Millennium @Drumshee but it is an old book belonging to my school. I am pretty sure a couple of pages are missing at the very end. I loved the book too much I just couldn't put it down and not know the end. I am not sure whether or not this is possibe but if so do you think you could send me the end of the book. if it is not possible I totally understand but if it is I would be so grateful. I'll tell you the last line that I have is on page 142 and reads. "and that the whole cathair looked as if it were alive with" Thanks bye Eimer. that I have is on page 142 and reads. "And that the whole cathair looked as if it were alive with" Thanks bye Eimer.
Dated:Sat Sep 15 18:34:47 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Aisling: Is that why you always use Americanisms in your stories? Like dollars and things? (I know that sounds like a serious critiscism but it's honestly not meant that way, I'm only asking out of curiosity!!) x
Dated:Fri Sep 14 17:12:35 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: Loved it! Got to visit my friends. I lived there for six years but I was born in Dublin. I moved quiet alot thats why.
Dated:Thu Sep 13 16:00:34 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: I'll think up a new story and start it over the weekend when a few people will have time to add to it. It's so much better when quite a few join in.
Ciara: Did you try Easons for Wolf in the Midnight Forest? Unfortunately it is out-of-print, but I know that Tara Book Club near Galway have got quite a few copies. Does this book club visit your school? If you told me the name of your school I could help.
Grace: Hope things are easing off a bit now.
Aisling: Did you enjoy the States? I've never been there.
Dated:Wed Sep 12 18:05:39 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I think we should, the old one's getting a little slow.
Grace: I know how you feel! They went so easy on us in First Year and now the homework's backbreaking!! lol!!
Dated:Wed Sep 12 16:30:48 2007  

Name: ciara cahill
Message:Dear cora were could i get Midnight in the forest.Thank you very much.
Dated:Tue Sep 11 21:12:03 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sorry everyone for not replying to yours messages - something went wrong with the process and I didn't receive the messages, as I normally do, on my home email - I just checked today and found the messages waiting. Perhaps we should have a new story to celebrate the opening of a new term at school. Hope all went well, Emma and that you found first year to be great fun.
Dated:Tue Sep 11 16:18:51 2007  

Name: Grace
Message:Hi Cora,
Haven't been on in ages, sorry about that, I'm in 2nd year now, and homework's a bit heavier! :) No one has added to the story in a long time, please will someone write something? Anyways, must go, bye!
Dated:Mon Sep 10 22:20:45 2007  

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