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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoife: I've just read through your story again and am very impressed. How much more of it have you done?
Aisling: I'm glad you don't mind about the couple of small changes I made. You know how it is...
I love the new story and decided to wait before putting on the second one that you sent so that everyone has time to read Moon Girls - great title, by the way.
Amy Byrne: I'm concentrating on adult books now. 'My Lady Judge' is a murder mystery - abit like 'Murder at Drumshee', but for adults. It's very long - about 300 pages - almost 100,000 words!
Dated:Wed May 9 15:14:55 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Thats was a brillaint story: Istantly Popular. Please hurry with the rest!
Dated:Tue May 8 21:50:57 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: I saw the changes and there fine with me. I know what you mean, but that incident happened in school a while ago, thought i'd put it in.
Dated:Tue May 8 19:28:00 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: Sorry I haven't been on for awhile, holidays in Clare! Anyway, I don't mind a bi and look forward to it!
Dated:Tue May 8 15:03:16 2007  

Name: amy byrne
Message:hey cora and everyone this is amy byrne here i havnt been on this website in ages i have had too many school projects i ment to come on after but it always seemed to be too late.well im here now so yeah.hows everything going cora any new books coming out iv read all the drumshee ones loads of times its too hard to count i just love them
Dated:Mon May 7 21:41:51 2007  

Name: Aoife Trench
Message:Hi, Cora! I justed submitted the first half of 'Instantly Popular' and i can't WAIT 4 u 2 read it!!!
Dated:Mon May 7 20:18:19 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:sorry, Katie, I'm really too busy. Anyway, it doesn't work - teeling someone else what to write.
Why don't you try joining in the story - that would give you practice.
Dated:Mon May 7 19:39:52 2007  

Name: katie
Message:oh well that is great. i still didnt think of anything to write in emma and my book so could you give us a head start for it and write back a.s.a.p.
Dated:Mon May 7 10:52:00 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Two great entries to the new story from Kristine and Aisling.
Aisling; Don't worry about it - you know what it's like; some people will always complain so I try to be very careful. If you don't mind, I'll just change a couple of the words and then it will fine.
Dated:Sat May 5 18:09:55 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: Oh, I'm really sorry I didn't mean to be. Thing is i deleted my copy of it when you said you would put it up.
Dated:Sat May 5 11:18:25 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: That's fine by me. I know you are busy these days so take as much time as you need.
Dated:Fri May 4 18:13:42 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aisling: I was just reading your story and I wondered whether you would just change some of the words at the end of it. I think that some people might find them a bit offensive so I wouldn't like to have them on this site.
Kristine: I'll do your story and Aisling's tonight and start the new story - I'm only just home after doing a load of book signing.
Dated:Fri May 4 17:35:32 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: Its ok and many thanks! Hope many successes in your book!

Kristine: Ya!
Dated:Thu May 3 18:07:04 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sorry everyone - today has been very hectic as my book MY LADY JUDGE is coming out tomorrow. People keep emailing me about launches - I'm doing one in Ennis a week on Saturday and one over in England and then there are radio interviews and telephone interviews
However, I will try to get some time later tonight to put your story on, Aisling, and to start the new story.
Dated:Thu May 3 18:03:09 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Aisling: I wrote a story like that once - it was interesting to write because there was a lot of directions a story like that can go in, and also we could explore for ourselves the whole chaos of leading a life like that...anyway, I think it's a good idea!
Cora: The story looks great - thanks a million! It wasn't my best story, and I'm thinking of starting a third and final Georgina Hagen story...what do you think?
Dated:Wed May 2 22:27:50 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: A beginning:

Amelia stomped in for the picture. 'I wish I could run away, I hate acting' she thought to herself.


Yada yada yada
Dated:Wed May 2 21:45:22 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Krisitine: Thats a great idea!!!
Dated:Wed May 2 18:45:58 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Cora: We could have one about a teenage film star who wants to run away from her cayotic life?
Dated:Wed May 2 18:22:59 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: That's great. Have a look at your story. I think that works perfectly now.

Aisling: well done - it takes courage to end a story.

Anyone got any ideas for a new one?
Dated:Wed May 2 18:17:19 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: Maybe, if this works, at the very start of Chapter Six you could insert "Hollywood had so many memories. On the very first day of school we went there, we had lunch there. It was a diner owned by an old couple called Sally and John. It was the town’s best-kept secret. Good food for low prices. Fantastic. It was named after the place Hollywood, because Sally and John’s son lived there. He had married some catwalk model or other, and they had one daughter, who came on frequent holidays to Ireland. Her name was Rosy Price."
Dated:Wed May 2 16:34:18 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:I hope people don't mind that i wrapped it up.
Dated:Wed May 2 16:29:27 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: Sorry, I did have chapter six; I remember reading it and thought I had put it on, but perhaps something happened with the commputer at that moment. Actually it is perhaps fairly obvious that this is a diner, but perhpas you should give me a couple of lines to insert, just explaining about it.
Aisling: Yes, it's great, but have a look at what I said at the end of the story.
Katie: Nice to hear from you. We are all well here.
Niamh: Two wonderful entries!
Dated:Wed May 2 09:45:57 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:HIDDEN SECRETS is turning into one of the best, and one of the longest stories that we've had on the Story Club. It just gets better and better. Well done everyone who has contributed. It's turning into a sort of relay race with Niamh picking u the baton from Aisling and then really running with it!
Dated:Wed May 2 09:23:57 2007  

Name: Aisling
Message:Krisitne: Ya!

Cora: Is my story OK?
Dated:Tue May 1 20:10:44 2007  

Name: Kristine Niland
Message:Cora: I've just noticed that you have chapters five and seven, but not six. Maybe that was where I mentioned Hollywood to be a diner, and it didn't go through. Will I re-send it?
Dated:Tue May 1 18:30:28 2007  

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