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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Ruhlain: The last published book in the series was 'A Life for a Life' (you can see details of it on the books section of this website) and Nuala and her Secret Wolf was published in 1997.

Carmel & Aoife: Two great stories and what is wonderful is that both of them are FINISHED!! I love both stories - though they are very different. I'll put them on the website either later this morning or early this afternoon.

Carmel: Another girl, who comes on this website, is home-schooled, just like you. Her name is Bridget and she lives in America, in Idaho.
Dated:Sun Nov 5 09:14:29 2006  

Name: *~Aoife Trench~*
Message:Hi Cora!
Yeah we had mid-term this week! So far it's been heaven, a wonderful break from all those horrible tests!!! LOL :)
On Thursday my family and I went up 2 Dublin 4 the day. We went to the National Gallery, the National Museum and of course...shopping!!
Had a gr8 time and am just chilling at home. Lots of Love, Aoife. XxXx (",) (**,)
Dated:Sat Nov 4 18:41:25 2006  

Name: Ruhlain
Message:Hie anyone who can answer my question!
What was the last published book in the seris and when was it published? Also does anyone know when the wolf book was published.
Dated:Sat Nov 4 15:57:40 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Rianna: What a beautifully-written and imaginative episode in the Storyline. I love the line:
'Suddenly the crystal let out a burst of energy and power.'

Gerard: 'Nuala and her Secret Wolf' was the first book that I wrote and I think the idea came because we had just bought a farm - Drumshee - where there is the remains of an Iron Age fort. Whenever I walked around the farm I tried to imagine the people who lived here about two thousand years ago.
Dated:Fri Nov 3 08:58:41 2006  

Name: Gerard Gregan
Message:How did u come up wit d story Nula & her secret wolf?
Dated:Thu Nov 2 22:44:43 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Bridget: I remember reading the Laura Ingalls Wilder books to my daughter - a long time ago a- and she just loved them. It taught her a lot of geography, also, as we followed the family with the aid of an atlas.

Kristine: A great new chapter. I loved it.
Dated:Wed Nov 1 18:50:45 2006  

Name: Kristine Niland
Message:Hi Cora: Am just posting Chap. 9 now. How's everything at Drumshee ? !
Niamh and Shannon: Are ye the same Niamh Collins and Shannon Mongan that are in the mercy ? ? who's teachin ye now ? ?
Dated:Wed Nov 1 12:34:12 2006  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Claire:
My mom read the Laura Ingalls Wilder books to my brother and sister and me a couple years ago. I loved them, too. I don't think they came as far west as Idaho, though. They were mostly in hte Michigan/New York area, I think.
Dated:Tue Oct 31 22:50:22 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoife: Well done! That sounds great. Are you on half-term break this week?
Shannon: Thanks for the Halloween story. I have put it on the Story Board.
Niamh Collins: Which school are you from?
Dated:Tue Oct 31 11:27:54 2006  

Name: *~Aoife Trench~*
Message:Hey Cora!!
What's up? I SO can't wait 4 Christmas now that Halloween is almost over. For the last month in our secondary school all we got was nothing but tests! What a bore!! The Science Test was my worst one... I only got 70%! That's been my lowest score so far!
But anyway, lots of love, from Aoife. XxXx
Dated:Sun Oct 29 21:09:19 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sorry not to have been on for a little while. I had my three-year-old grandson staying with me and he takes a lot of attention!
Niamh: I love reading, also.
Kristine: Story is going really well. Many congratulations.
Grace and Aoife: Just do a bit every day so that it gets like washing your teeth - quite automatic.
Dated:Wed Oct 25 15:43:41 2006  

Name: Grace
Message:Hi Cora,
Sorry I haven't been on the site for awhile, I am trying to get back to writing. I've writen a fairly long story, not finished it yet though, still lots more to go, I'll take your tip and force myself to write a bit everyday. Thanks for the support,
Grace!!!
Dated:Mon Oct 23 20:29:23 2006  

Name: Kristine Niland
Message:Dear Cora, I've posted a new story. It's a very short one - only half a page. There's no real story to it, it's just a once-off kind of thing.
Dated:Sun Oct 22 16:00:50 2006  

Name: *~Aoife Trench~*
Message:Hey, Cora,
I'm going 2 spend, like, HALF the entire week finishing off my stories. I REALLY want to get them finished, just like you said. And I am SO going to be a writer when I grow up!
Lots of Love, Aoife. XxXx ****
Dated:Sat Oct 21 13:45:40 2006  

Name: Niamh
Message:Is there anything you like better than writting storys
Dated:Fri Oct 20 15:51:15 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: I've just put your new bit of your story on the Story Board. What a fast (and excellent )writer you are. This story is getting more and more gripping.

Joseph: I still live in the same place - on my farm at 'Drumshee'.
Dated:Tue Oct 17 16:28:00 2006  

Name: Joseph Mahony
Message:Where do you live now?
Dated:Tue Oct 17 11:24:47 2006  

Name: Kristine Niland
Message:Dear Cora: I just read your comment on Chp. 3 again and yes, I have planned a dramatic ending, but I don't know if it will do to end it properly...
Dear Claire: Thanks for reading my story! I'd read yours, but I can't find it. What's it called?
Dated:Sat Oct 14 20:56:25 2006  

Name: Claire
Message:Hi Cora: I put a bit onto the story. I wish you'd write some more children's books. I'm really disappointed that there are no new ones this autumn.
Hi Kristine: I love the story. It's great.
Hi Bridget: I'm always meaning to ask you if you read the Laura Ingalls Wilder books when you were young and what did you think of them? I used to love them. Did they go near to where you live in Idaho?
Dated:Sat Oct 14 20:37:34 2006  

Name: Kristine Niland
Message:Dear Cora,
I can't remember if we've met. I entered First Year in St. Bridget's Secondary School in Tuam in September, and before that I attended Scoil Mhuire Mercy Primary. Have you ever been there?
Thank you for your help on writer's block, and I can tell you this is the first story I've never had trouble with! I've written three chapters today, that's more then I've written in any story in one day - one week, almost!
I have just posted chapter 4 of "The Bomb".
xx Kristine
Dated:Sat Oct 14 20:30:25 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: Another great chapter which I have read with great pleasure and just posted onto the Story Board.
There is only one answer to 'writer's block' and that is the professional one: just force yourself to keep on writing. You might change things afterwards - and this is where computers are wonderful - but you never get really stuck and you never have to abandon a story. I can say quite honestly that I have never left a story without finishing it.
I wonder whether I have ever met you. I visited quite a few schools in Tuam over the last few years.
Dated:Sat Oct 14 20:19:49 2006  

Name: Kristine Niland
Message:Dear Cora,
I asked the bookshop to order in "Murder Strikes Again" for me, and they said they would. I can't wait to read it!
I can't believe all the compliments you are giving me - it's amazing that I'm actually talking to you - you've written so many fantastic books. It's such an honour! You've been one of my idols since I was eight and I read "Nuala and her Secret Wolf". And now you're actually telling me that I'm a good writer and it's like, wow!
I have loads of stories written on my computer, spur-of-the-moment good idea ones that I don't often finish because of dreaded writer's block!
Do you ever get writer's block? If so, how do you get rid of it?
xx Kristine
Dated:Sat Oct 14 19:09:33 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: It's a great pleasure for me to read the work of such a good writer. I think you show great promise and I wouldn't be surprised if you attain your dream of being an author.
Remember, though, that an author has to stick at the story and finish it. I get sad about the number of excellent stories that come in to me and that never get finished.
Dated:Sat Oct 14 17:20:34 2006  

Name: Kristine Niland
Message:Hi Cora! I posted my story in your story club and I'd like to thank you for reading it...I really hope to be an author someday, and I love murder stories too! I really enjoyed "Murder at Drumshee", especially the romance between Ita and Mahon, and I'm looking in the bookshops later today for "Murder Strikes Again". I love all your books, but my favourite would have to be "Murder at Drumshee" and "Nuala and her secret Wolf". I've posted Chapter two of "The Bomb" on your story club. Please, will you read it?
xx Kristine
Dated:Sat Oct 14 09:49:13 2006  

Name: Ailbhe
Message:I really like your book, gorgeus! its so inspirational it shows that anyone can be anything - if you set your mind to it
Dated:Thu Oct 12 21:00:25 2006  

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