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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aisling: You've probably got very high standards and then you get dicouraged and decide to start a new story. I know what it feels like. I have been really struggling with my book three of the Burren Mysteries trilogy and for a while I almost felt like strating a new story. However, I told myself not to be stupid and now it is all starting to flow again and I'm back to doing a couple of thousand words a day. I've reached about 60,000 words now so there are only another twenty thousand to go!
Ristine: I've just read your last chapter - well done, all the ends are neatly tied up and it's a very believable and clever finish.
Dated:Mon Jun 25 15:02:40 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: Your right, I'll be working on this sotry only though. Sorry, I'm very picky, I'll send it again later!
Dated:Mon Jun 25 14:51:01 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aisling: No, I don't think so. I've put on everything that I had. Have you checked the Story Club page? You have such a lot of beginnings of stories. It might be a good idea to concentrate on the one that you feel you could finish, now. I don't mind, but it would probably be better for your development as a writer.
Dated:Sun Jun 24 09:59:06 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: Northern lights is a brilliant book. Did you get my story Unknown?
Dated:Sat Jun 23 21:36:53 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Aisling: I haven't actually read that one - I'll check it out.
Aoife: Yeah, the ending was quite sad, really...
Cora: If you liked 'Northern Lights', I know of a book you might like - it's called 'The Amulet of Samarkand', by Jonathan Stroud. It's set in a modern-day London ruled by wizards, and the main character is a witty, street-wise djinni. The writing is excellent, and the plot is ingenius - I read it and thought, 'Darn! Wish I'd thought of that first!' The only bad thing about it is that it's the first book in a trilogy, and you really have to read them in order to understand them. Did you read 'The Lord of The Rings' books?
Dated:Sat Jun 23 18:21:48 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Alking about books I think the best book I have read for your age group is 'Northern Lights' by Philip Pullman. The net best is 'Sabriel' by Garth Nix.
Aoife: In terms of number of books (by me) published it would be Wolfhound, in terms of importance it has to be Macmillan.
Dated:Sat Jun 23 11:51:28 2007  

Name: Aoife=)
Message:Hi Cora!How are you?!I have a question!Who is your main publisher?!!!
Kristine:Ya ive read dat book its realli gud except it does not have a very happy ending!But otherwise!!!Anyway!!
Dated:Sat Jun 23 11:22:04 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Kristine: Thats a really good book, did you read 'The Boy In Strpied Pajamas'?

Dated:Fri Jun 22 18:48:13 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I forgot to mention that I read a really good book lately. My Mom told me to read it, because she said we might have to for the Junior Cert., so I did. It's called "Summer of My German Soldier" - have you read it?
Dated:Fri Jun 22 17:34:03 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I do alright in school, I have flunked a few times in the past, and I get As sometimes, but I guess I'm just an average student.
Jane Austen is one of my favourite authors. I read 'Pride and Prejudice' in 2004, when I heard the new version of the movie was coming out, and I loved the book. I bought 'Sense and Sensibility' a few months ago, but haven't got around to reading it yet. I'm trying to finish some old books before I start on a new one, and 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' is out soon, and that's a must read, so I'll be pretty occupied with reading over the next while!
Dated:Fri Jun 22 17:27:23 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Kristine: That reminds me, so are mine!
Dated:Fri Jun 22 09:48:57 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aisling: Sorry, I've been a bit muddled lately - I've had a lot to do with my novel for adults - interviews etc.
Kristine: I wish you all the best luck in the world with your examination results. I would have thought that you would be a 'straight A student' but if you're not, don't worry - remember Jane Austen left school at twelve and then grew up to be one of the most famous female noevlists ever known.
Dated:Thu Jun 21 18:19:39 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I haven't been logged on in a while. How's life? I'm literally haunting the post box at the moment - my exam results are out any day now. I just sent in chapter eight of 'Look On'. Hope you enjoy it!

Kristine
Dated:Thu Jun 21 13:10:52 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: Did you get my story 'Unknown'
Dated:Sun Jun 17 11:37:27 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: I'm afraid I haven't read that book but I would love to check it out. I'm glad you like my story!
Dated:Wed Jun 13 20:23:40 2007  

Name: Kristine Niland
Message:Cora: I'm glad you had a good time and that the launch was a sucess. I'll re-send the chapter right now.
Dated:Wed Jun 13 13:26:52 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Thanks, Kristine, I had a lovely time. About 50 people turned up for the launch of MY LADY JUDGE so that was great.
Unfortunately, your chapter seven hasn't arrived. I gave it an hour or so, but it still hasn't come so do you think that you could try again?
Dated:Tue Jun 12 19:19:21 2007  

Name: Kristine Niland
Message:Hi Cora

I sent in chapter seven. Hope you had a lovely holiday and that the chapter finds you well.
Dated:Tue Jun 12 15:46:55 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message::] Thank you!
Dated:Mon Jun 11 15:54:03 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Well, I'm back from my holiday to find a lovely new story from Aisling.
Nice to hear from Megan and Aoife.
Dated:Sun Jun 10 10:44:43 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: Did you get my story: Let My Words Be Spoken?
Dated:Wed Jun 6 21:24:43 2007  

Name: Megan Thornburgh
Message:Hi Cora OMG I Havnt Been on Your Website For yonks God Im So Sory!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dated:Mon May 28 21:16:11 2007  

Name: (,")~*~aOiFe TrEnCh~*~(",)
Message:hi cora i'm not at much, i've barely done any of the story cos we hav summer tests!!!!!! i'll probably have the second half done in the autumn.... (",)
Dated:Mon May 28 12:21:21 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Eloise: I did get your story but I'm sorry - I really don't like vampire stories. Perhaps you could write something else, but keep it until I get back from England in a fortnight's time.
Dated:Tue May 22 09:44:34 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Ya, I have exams as wel and I'm a bit to busy to write! Also I am heading for America once school ends!
Dated:Sun May 20 20:21:29 2007  

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