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Name: Claire
Message:Hi Cora: Congrats about your novel for adults. I'd love to be a writer when I retire from being a doctor.
Hi Bridget: How are you? How are you and your mother getting on with your studies? I feel very curious about you. Do you ever get fed up with your mother being the teacher - and does she ever get fed up with you - and do you think that you are getting as good an education as you would get at a good school???
I feel very curious but don't answer the questions unless you want to.
Dated:Sat Jan 21 19:07:34 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Alannah: I should have said that I loved your lively contribution to the story - especially your description of Saoirse. You really painted an unforgettable picture.
Dated:Fri Jan 20 21:19:13 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Orna: I hope you are continuing to enjoy 'Dark Days'.
Sarah & Ciara: You seem to have a good writing partnership going. Do you know each other?
Alannah: I've put your story on the Story Board. I've given it a provisional title - it can always be changed as soon as you think of a title, but I find that it looks odd if there is no title.
Dated:Fri Jan 20 21:14:50 2006  

Name: Sarah
Message:Ciara: Thanks. I read your pieces and I think they're really good. I like the way 'Karina' seems to be more cheerful. I've just added some more now. I'm wondering if there could be a mystery in the school, something to do with the tower.
Dated:Fri Jan 20 20:15:50 2006  

Name: Orna
Message:we only started yesterday. we're on chapter 2 but i like the bit where she gets Golden slik
Dated:Thu Jan 19 19:17:14 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sarah & Ciara: The story is going very well. Excellent pieces of writing from you both.
Alison: It's great to hear from you. I'll let you know when my next book 'Twice as Gorgeous' is coming.
Orna: Which bit of Dark Days do you like the best?
Oisin: Glad you like Doomed to Die. It's a favourite of mine at the moment.
Dated:Wed Jan 18 20:45:57 2006  

Name: Ciara
Message:Sarah: I really liked your bit. It made the story suddenly more interesting. I always like boarding schools (tho' I don't go to one or anything.)
Read my bit. I'm hoping you might add something, or else someone else might.
Dated:Wed Jan 18 20:13:32 2006  

Name: Alison mulconry
Message:hey cora its me Alison.i read your book "GORGEOUS" its really good!!do you have any new ideas for another book?????
Dated:Wed Jan 18 19:48:01 2006  

Name: Oisin
Message:Hi Cora I live in Dublin and my teacher has just started reading Doomed to Die to us. I just thought Id tell you that all the class think its exellent.
Dated:Wed Jan 18 19:35:36 2006  

Name: Orna
Message:I'm reading Dark Days at Drumshee in school and i think it's really good
Dated:Wed Jan 18 19:18:41 2006  

Name: Sarah
Message:Cora:Thanks.
Dated:Wed Jan 18 18:39:07 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Declan: I'll try to get your story on tonight.

Sarah: That's fine - you and Ciara came on at almost the smae minute. However, I've just changed Westport to Tipperary and I think it fits quite well, now. This is the fun of this story writing: everyone has to fit with the person that goes before.
Dated:Tue Jan 17 21:14:40 2006  

Name: Sarah
Message:Ciara:Sorry! I didn't see your paragraph on the Story Board, it's a really good start to the story.
Cora:Can you delete my paragraph please?
Dated:Tue Jan 17 21:05:10 2006  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Cora:
Yes, it was strange. I'm used to several feet of snow here in Idaho, so it didn't feel much like Christmas.
Dated:Tue Jan 17 17:17:42 2006  

Name: Declan lee
Message:hi cora i have wrote new storie i will send into the club
Dated:Tue Jan 17 17:07:57 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:NEW STORY HAS STARTED. EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO JOIN IN. JUST ADD A SENTENCE OR A PARAGRAPH.
Dated:Tue Jan 17 16:14:51 2006  

Name: Jennifer
Message:Hi Cora I just wanted to say that the best book I ever read in my life was Gorgeous. I've read it about six times now.
Dated:Tue Jan 17 15:09:49 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aine & Breda: Thanks for the greeting - no, sorry, no news as yet about 'Twice as Gorgeous'.

Ciara: Thanks for a good end to the story - I'll probably start the new one on Wednesday as I will be out tomorrow.

Any more good ideas for a new story?
Dated:Mon Jan 16 21:13:12 2006  

Name: Ciara
Message:Hi Cora and everybody
I finished the story. I wasn't sure if it was a good end, but I think we need a new story now.
What about a story about a girl who goes to a new school and she has no friends.
Dated:Mon Jan 16 21:01:54 2006  

Name: aine and breda
Message:hi cora
hope you had a great christmas and we would like to wish you a happy new year.
went to disneyland paris just before christmas it was great fun.
any news on a pubshling date for twice as georgous.
hope to hear from you soon. (sorry did not put in capital letters!)
Dated:Mon Jan 16 20:03:36 2006  

Name: Ursula
Message:Thanks a million, that really helps, I'm mad to go writing now but have to stop myself as I have homework to do! Ya I was planning for the babies to come early anyways! The colic is a good idea i remember that with my little sister. She's only 4 and i'm the next oldest so we have a big gap so I remember the baby stuff. I'll jus have to dramatise it all a bit more. Thanks again
Ursula
Dated:Sun Jan 15 19:16:03 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Ursula: I think that if I were you I would now start immediately into the birth of the babies. You could have the chapter start with a diary entry - like: 'March 19. Will I ever forget this day!'
Perhaps make it a premature birth. I think twins are often premature and make it all very dramatic.
Then when the babies come home from hospital the two years of Mayhem could start - they could both have infant colic (makes them cry for hours every evening and nothing seems to stop it)
You might think this is rushing things, but you can always go back and fill in later on if you think it sounds abrupt. I often do this. I jump to the exciting bit and then go back later on and see if I have missed out any links.
Dated:Sun Jan 15 17:14:47 2006  

Name: Ursula
Message:Wow cora ! 2languages and in a few countries!-Its amazing! It must be so exciting
you have a busy life too. 4 hours writing a day. I did about 2 hours yesterday. Well i did 1 hr and got very litle done so before I went to bed I got a new lease of life and got a lot done in that hour. The whole story has hcanged but now I need to try to bypass a few months and let he excitment about the babies build. Can I just say something like ; the next few months flew and before we knew it, the babies were due to arrive in a few weeks. Is that ok to do that in a story ?
thanks for the help!
Ursula
Dated:Sun Jan 15 13:15:04 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Ursula: It's great to hear from you. I'm in seventh heaven about my historical detective story for adults. It is now being translated into German as well as being published by Macmillan in UK.
I'm settling down to a proper writing routine, too. I do two hours in the morning with book 2 of my adult book, then I have a walk, then lunch, and then in the afternoon I do two more hours with a children's book called 'Fabulous'
Dated:Sat Jan 14 20:17:04 2006  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aileen: Yes, I remember you. Many thanks for all your help. I've got the hang of text messages now. Not sure when 'Twice as Gorgeous' is coming - publishers are so slow! I'll let you know the minute I have definite news.
Bridget: It must be strange having hot weather at Christmas. We had lovely crisp frosty days here in the west of Ireland.
.
Dated:Sat Jan 14 20:15:55 2006  

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