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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sarah8: I did write most of a book called 'Twice as Gorgeous', where the girls go to secondary school, but I'm not a 100% sure about it and then I wrote another modern book called 'Fabulous'. I hesitated between the two of them, and then I got involved in writing my book for adults, MY LADY JUDGE, so I haven't done anything more about those two books. Perhaps I should put the first chapter of each onto the Story Board and see what people think.
Dated:Sat Mar 17 19:14:43 2007  

Name: sarah8
Message:please please please write a new book like that
Dated:Sat Mar 17 17:18:38 2007  

Name: sarah8
Message:I loved the book gorgeous.Are you making a sequel.Or are you releasing a book like it?
Dated:Sat Mar 17 13:58:31 2007  

Name: katie
Message:well i did not ask my teacher but i just do not know why i do not like history in school i think that it is a boaring subject write back as soon as you can
Dated:Thu Mar 15 23:15:40 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Katie: Still, the Drumshee books are history, so the question is: why don't you like history as a subject in school.? Have you tried asking your teacher? I wonder what she would say?
Dated:Thu Mar 15 20:18:08 2007  

Name: katie
Message:cora i like the drumshee books but i do not like the history books in school text back as soon as you can
Dated:Wed Mar 14 21:02:47 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Bradley: I think you are quite right. I love a complex story line myself, where the reader, hopefully, will gasp in surprise at the end. However, it does depend on what readership market you are aiming at. Your's would be the young adult, I presume.
Dated:Wed Mar 14 19:51:30 2007  

Name: Bradley
Message:Thank you, I try to focus on a complex story- line to make things less blunt and obvious, as I believe something straight forward really takes the joy out of reading it.
Dated:Wed Mar 14 19:35:13 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Katie: I think history can be very exciting. You like the Drumshee books, so you must like history.
Kristine: It's quite hard to find out about your ancestors in Ireland as in 1921 the Custom House in Dublin was burned down and all the records, such as the early census forms were destroyed.
Bradley: That is a great fantasy story. I look forward to the rest of it.
Dated:Wed Mar 14 12:31:06 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I've spent all day on Ancestry sites looking for my ancestors...it's really interesting! I've had no luck yet but I've found some people with my surname on famine ship passage lists, so I'm going to try and see if I'm related to any of them.
Dated:Sun Mar 11 18:29:03 2007  

Name: katie.
Message:Oh right! Cora how could you like history i hate history but what was your favourite story in history mine is the wooden horse of troy write back as soon as can.
Dated:Sun Mar 11 16:59:10 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Katie: I liked school and my favourite subjects were probably English and History.
We have this arrangement for the site management to just put messages on (rather than have them appear immediately) because of the huge amount of spam that is around.
Dated:Sun Mar 11 16:21:27 2007  

Name: katie
Message:hi cora how are you did you like school and what was your favourite subjects? cora why dont the message's go straight on to the message board like they used to?
Dated:Sat Mar 10 16:49:28 2007  

Name: katie
Message:hi cora how are you i am in 6th class i like reading funny children's books my favourite subjects are maths english and p.e and yes i love writing stories write back as soon as you can
Dated:Sat Mar 10 11:39:20 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: I think it's working excellently. It really brought the past alive for me.
Dated:Fri Mar 9 16:26:23 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I decided to take your advice on putting the past into a different chapter, and I'm going to do a few more chapters in the past before I return to the present - just to portray the kind of character Emilia actually was, not the kind of character Paige thought she would be.
Dated:Fri Mar 9 16:11:58 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: I;m glad you showed your mum the email. I thought you would, but I just felt that I should mention it.
By the way, I think it is a great compliment to your writing abilities that the woman thought it was a real story.
I've just put your chapter three on the Story Board, and I think it is excellent.
Dated:Fri Mar 9 14:54:39 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: Yes, I've shown my mum the email. Thanks for your advice on the lenght of stories, it's coming in handy.
Dated:Fri Mar 9 12:01:00 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: The best stories are always made up - real life is often quite boring and that's why I love making up stories.
do be a bit careful about putting your email address on the Internet - this woman may be genuine, but others may not. Have you shown the email to your mother? I would, if I were you.

Karina: I am so hopeless at doing anything with my hands so I admire you for starting again.

Kristine: My children's books range from 28,000 words to 32,000 words and "My Lady Judge" for adults is 90,000 words - and that looks like quite a big book from the book proof copy which I got. I'll have to wait until April to see the real thing, but it will be over 300 pages long.
Dated:Fri Mar 9 09:48:38 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I'm sorry for sending in two messages but I forgot to include this question in my last message. I heard you need 150,000 words to write a novel. Is this how many you have in your books, or do you use less then that?
Dated:Thu Mar 8 19:29:23 2007  

Name: Karina Blood
Message:cora my friend and i really messed up the model of Fern but on saterday my mum said she could come out to my house to re start it
Karina xxxx
Dated:Thu Mar 8 19:11:29 2007  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: About a year ago I put a ghost story up on website. I added it as a non fiction story when I actually I made it up. Then today I got an email from a woman saying she might want to use some of the story in a non fiction book she's writing about psychic children. I told her that the story was actually made-up, and I haven't got a reply from her. I don't think she'll use the story, because it's fiction, but I'm actually really happy to be asked anyway. I have a feeling things are looking up with my writing. I just thought you'd like to know.
Dated:Thu Mar 8 18:23:38 2007  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Katie: Perhaps you could tell me something about your school. Which class are you in? What books do you like reading? What's your favourite subject? Do you like writing stories?
Dated:Thu Mar 8 18:13:16 2007  

Name: katie rowley
Message:hi cora will you write to me as soon as you can i have nothing to say until you write to me
Dated:Thu Mar 8 15:16:33 2007  

Name: Karina Blood
Message:i might think about doing that colonel blood thing
Dated:Wed Mar 7 18:33:57 2007  

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