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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Carmel: That's amazing!
Kristine: I'm a bit like you; I tend to have lots of characters in my stories.
Colleen: I enjoyed Aoife's story, too.
Bridget: I like the sound of your grandmother.
Dated:Thu Dec 21 20:30:36 2006  

Name: Carmel
Message:Hie Cora, so far the story is 33 thousand words. I'm about half way through and in the middle of a very important part.
Dated:Thu Dec 21 12:23:06 2006  

Name: Kristine
Message:Carmel: I've never thought about that. It's writing a story with just one character that I'd really find hard!!
Dated:Wed Dec 20 18:21:04 2006  

Name: Colleen
Message:Hi Aoife, I read your story Instantly Popular. Its brilliant! You should keep writing. LOL Col!
Dated:Wed Dec 20 18:20:30 2006  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Kristine:
I'm sorry about your great-grandmother. Do you know how old she was? My great-grandmother, she lives in Pennsylvania, is 95 and still acts like she's 20. I remember my grandma telling me that she wouldn't go to a restaurant because it's where "old people" go.
Dated:Wed Dec 20 15:53:12 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Carmel: I've changed the title for you, but I am not 100% sure that it is the right one - you see it might spoil the ending if the reader knows, from the first moment, that everything is going to work out. Perhaps we'll all mull it over for a while.
Dated:Wed Dec 20 15:49:28 2006  

Name: Carmel
Message:Hie everyone,


I have changed the title of Serange to 'Tara, Queen of switzerland'. I have decided that somewhere at the end of the story someone will tell Tara that she has now really taken her Father's place and is worthy of being queen. She does change a lot during the course of the story and I like the poetical ring of the title. At least it is better than 'Serange'. Any suggestions would still be helpful however,
From Carmel
Dated:Wed Dec 20 14:48:32 2006  

Name: Carmel
Message:Helo Kristine, I hope you don't intend on reading Serange! It's absolutly pages long, even I haven't read the whole thing through yet!If you do read it however, perhaps you will think of a better name for it. 'Serange' is ok but I don't think it's right. I've written 11 chapters, but I'm only sending chapter 8 today. Hey, and I like your 'Georgina' story as well, I don't think it's as good as Elementi but I still like. It's hard to have so many main characters in one story, with all the irish kids, and still keep all their characters 'alive' and unique. When I write stories like that I always end up sending half of my characters on holiday, or to hospital, to get them out of the way, it's great how you can keep them there.
Dated:Wed Dec 20 10:23:12 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: I've put your first chapter on the Story Board.
Carmel: I am very sorry, indeed, to hear of the terrible tragedy. I send you and your family my deepest sympathy.
Dated:Tue Dec 19 20:30:30 2006  

Name: Kristine
Message:Hi Carmel:
I'm really sorry about your brother and sister. I lost my great-grandmother last week and we weren't that close but it still felt really weird. I don't know why I wrote Elementi because before that I didn't have any experience with loss! I'm so glad you like it. I've wanted to read your stuff for a while now, I just haven't gotten around to it yet.
xx Kristine
Dated:Tue Dec 19 20:08:12 2006  

Name: Kristine Niland
Message:Dear Cora,
I've finished and posted Chapter One of my 'Bombshell' sequel. I really hope you'll like it...
xx Kristine
Dated:Tue Dec 19 17:23:31 2006  

Name: Carmel
Message:hie Kristine, I love your story Elementi. It's so realistiv and realy well written. The neding is perfect and i just love your style. Sorry about the death in your family, I lost a brother and sister and I know what it's like.
Dated:Tue Dec 19 09:50:43 2006  

Name: Kristine Niland
Message:Thanks Cora.
Dated:Mon Dec 18 16:40:35 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: Sorry to hear about the death in your family.

That was a beautiful last chapter in your story.
Dated:Mon Dec 18 12:55:59 2006  

Name: Kristine Niland
Message:Hi Cora!! Was finished exams on the 7th, but didn't write due to death in family. Felt bad for a few days, but am good now. Finished Elementi this morning. Hoping it's good!! Have a good idea for another adventure for Georgina Hagen that I've half-started...I'll get to work on it now!!
xx Kristine
Dated:Sun Dec 17 13:38:12 2006  

Name: Carmel
Message:Hie Cora, Thanks alot! We'll check those Limerick bookstores.


Hello Briget, It must be so cool being the eldest in the family. I've got two older sisters who are not much fun. Mum brought all our books up to year ten when we where kids. The maths is saxon and algebra, and I hate it, but though we started English in rod and staff I changed over in year seven to an Austalian English course. All our other books are american and we've all done American history because Mum says it's so interesting. Gosh, wish I where eldest! From Carmel
Dated:Sun Dec 17 08:48:01 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Rachel: The picture you saw was probably of Wolf - he was the most beautiful German shepherd that I have ever owned. Unfortunately he got a terrible disease and had to be put to sleep before his fifth birthday. It broke my heart and I vowed never to get another dog, but now I have Oscar, who is a huge, big, short-haired (Wolf was long-haired) German shepherd. He is a very nice dog, but terribly mischievous.
He is the tenth German shepherd dog that I have owned, so you can see that I am devoted to the breed,
Dated:Sat Dec 16 19:18:06 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:That's interesting about all those 'virtual schools'. I always imagined that if you were home-schooled your mother or father would have to make up the curriculum.
Someone asked about Drumshee books for Christmas - I did see a lot in Eason's in Limerick, but that was a week ago so it might be best to telephone first. O'Mahony's in Limerick do usually have a good selection, also. In Clare, it would be Ennis bookshop and I suppose in Galway it would be Eason also.

Of course you could ring the publisher, Mentor, or email them. Their address and telephone number should be on the book page.

Tara book company have all of my books and again their telephone number etc is on the book page of this website.
Dated:Sat Dec 16 17:01:11 2006  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Carmel:
I live in Idaho in America, so I do the Idaho Virtual Academy. I will be going to a normal secondary school (I think that's the same as High School in America).
I'm the oldest in my family, and I have a younger brother and sister.
Dated:Sat Dec 16 15:17:56 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Rianna: Yes, it was an excellent story with a superb ending. I used to put them on the Story Board, but then I started getting a lot of stories, so now I just leave them for a few days and then start a new one. I'll see whether I can retrieve it.
Dated:Sat Dec 16 09:20:08 2006  

Name: Rianna
Message:Hi Cora,
I loved the story Treasure Hunt, but I missed the ending and I would love to see it please. Thanks!
Dated:Fri Dec 15 20:44:28 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Rachel: I'm giving children's books a bit of a rest for a while and concentrating on adult books. My first adult book, My Lady Judge, will be out in May and the second one probably in 2007 and I am now writing the third one. As you can see, it takes publishers a long time to get things from typescript to hardback!
Dated:Fri Dec 15 13:47:35 2006  

Name: Rachel
Message:Hie Cora, I've read the four cronicals as well. There realy good. My favorite is A Life for A Life. I think Murder at Drumshee has a better plot than Murder Stricks Again. Are you writing more Drumshee books or cronicals? From Rachel
Dated:Wed Dec 13 13:39:25 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I've started a new story on the Storyline Board.

Entires for Christmas Competition can come anytime up to Christmas Eve.
Dated:Wed Dec 13 11:42:11 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Rachel: yes, there are 13 Drumshee Timeline books, but then there are four Drumshee Chronicles books. If you look at 'Books' on this website you will see all about them. 'Murder Strikes Again' is the first of the Drumshee Chronicles.

Carmel: The Christmas story can be any length that you like. I don't mind - a story should be the elngth that the author feels is right.
Dated:Wed Dec 13 11:02:00 2006  

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