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Name: John
Message:Hi Cora I haven written for ages but i just want to say that yur books are gr8. I keep reading them over and over and I love them.
Your number one fan
John
Dated:Wed Mar 22 18:01:13 2006  

Name: Sarah
Message:I'm a friend of Caoimhe and I've just read all of the Story Club story. I think it is very good.
Dated:Wed Mar 22 16:27:01 2006  

Name: Caoimhe
Message:Aoife: I agree with you. I was trying to think of a good exciting end too.
Dated:Wed Mar 22 16:25:14 2006  

Name: Aoife 5
Message:Hi Cora I was trying to think of good ending to our story club story called America. Have you any good ideas? I agree that it should be ebded because new people will find it hard to understand what is going on, but it feels as if there should be loads more to come.
Dated:Wed Mar 22 16:22:57 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Hello to everyone at Clondrinagh. I really enjoyed my visit to your school. Keep in touch!

Clarissa: What did you think of the ending to 'Doomed to Die'?
Michael: If you can get hold of Drumshee Rebels and Titanic, you will find the same characters as in Rescue at Drumshee.
Dated:Wed Mar 22 15:48:13 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:
Paula: 'Rescue at Drumshee' is about some of the descendents of the children in 'The Famine' and 'Dark Days at Drumshee' is about Grace's grand daughter.
Ciara: Were you surprised at the ending? Don't give away the secret, will you?
Niall: Yes, these caves can be quite dangerous, though the Aillwee cave on the Burren is safe.
Karen: You should try 'Murder Strikes Again' and see if you can guess the murderer. I think that is even more of a surprise. Don't cheat, though!
Dated:Wed Mar 22 15:47:36 2006  

Name: Karen Clondrinagh N.S
Message:I loved your books. I think Murder at Drumshee. It was intresting. I was suprised who killed Gabur
Dated:Wed Mar 22 13:11:19 2006  

Name: Clondrinagh Ns
Message:you are the best
Dated:Wed Mar 22 13:08:18 2006  

Name: Paula, Clondrinagh N.S
Message:I loved Famine Secret at drumshee because i love storys about the famine. I also read the secret of Drumshee castle and i hope to read all of your books your number 1 fan Paula
Dated:Wed Mar 22 12:36:22 2006  

Name: Ciara Clondrinagh
Message:I Really Thought Murder at Drumshee was Brilliant!!
Dated:Wed Mar 22 12:33:18 2006  

Name: Niall
Message:I thougt the murder of drumshee was brillant when the river fergus over flows
Dated:Wed Mar 22 12:27:37 2006  

Name: Michael Clondrinagh
Message:I thought Rescue at Drumshee was Scary and exciting.
Dated:Wed Mar 22 12:22:21 2006  

Name: Clarissa
Message:I thought Doomed to Die was brilliant.
Dated:Wed Mar 22 12:18:19 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Declan: I didn't receive your story. By the way, I am really too busy for correcting spelling these days, so you could perhaps get someone to help you, or just do your best yourself.


Some excellent pieces of writing for the American Story. Thanks everyone. It now needs an exciting end.
Dated:Sun Mar 19 16:35:57 2006  

Name: sarah K
Message:heh Cora.This place is busy loads of people writing in.Ive started the story club.p.s this is my fav website.Write back. from sarah
Dated:Sun Mar 19 12:58:03 2006  

Name: declan lee
Message:hey cora i sent you in a storie well a tiny one will you tell me what you think of it in great detail bye for now DECLAN
Dated:Sun Mar 19 11:47:30 2006  

Name: declan
Message:Hey aoife with the face.. I am a big fan of horse ridding aswell by the way where r u from? and do you have your own horses or do you go too a place to ride, i do i ride a horse called blaze or charlie its its more charlie he is a really small horse but is like a rocket and jumps really high write back...........Declan
Dated:Sat Mar 18 15:11:46 2006  

Name: declan
Message:ok thanks i was born in ireland and am still here
Dated:Sat Mar 18 12:11:37 2006  

Name: Huebert van-Bladel, Rudeger E
Message:Huebert van-Bladel, Rudeger Erasumus and Padgett Franchot. Declan: We use to live in Holland but then we moved to Ireland 2 years ago.
Dated:Fri Mar 17 21:28:00 2006  

Name: declan
Message:hey
where r the guys from
Dated:Fri Mar 17 21:10:13 2006  

Name: declan
Message:hey cora.. HAPPY ST PADDY'S DAY will you read my storie ALL IN A DAYS WORK and fix the spelling were its says thee and its suppose to say there. thanks and bye for now /declan
Dated:Fri Mar 17 21:09:00 2006  

Name: Ursula
Message:Happy St Patricks Day Cora and all the girls !
Dated:Fri Mar 17 15:53:17 2006  

Name: Huebert van-Bladel, Rudeger E
Message:We sent a story
Dated:Thu Mar 16 19:58:05 2006  

Name: -
Message:Are names didn't come out proparly but our names are Huebert vanBladdel, Rudeger Ermus and Padgett Franchot
Dated:Thu Mar 16 19:19:34 2006  

Name: Huebert van-Bladel, Rudeger E
Message:We love your books and we wrote a book about rainbows and a poem about the way wellingtons splash in the muk.
Dated:Thu Mar 16 19:14:26 2006  

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