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Name: Katie
Message:Ok Cora will you be coming to Swinford soon and if you don't mind will you send me a book mark. You have my address I sent it before did't I.
Dated:Wed Nov 2 22:56:27 2005  

Name: Caoimhe
Message:Hi, Cora I didnt explain my self last time .I am 11 years old .I was born in England.In Oh no i am lat for running .sory Cora i will write bak soon.Bye
Dated:Wed Nov 2 19:28:44 2005  

Name: Lorraine Eustace
Message:Tnks 4 d happy birthday hav u learn't how 2 use txt lanuage yet my friend Aileen told me that they were tryin 2 teach u txt Iam glad u didn't think i sent that message "freaky"
Dated:Wed Nov 2 16:20:46 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Katie: I'm not sure what Castle Bookshop is like - some small bookshops only stock a few best-sellers. Why don't you ask and see if they would order or else get it at the library. You could get it in Castlebar or Galway, but perhaps you don't go there too often.
Dated:Wed Nov 2 15:15:19 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Patrick
Thanks. Yours is great too.
Dated:Wed Nov 2 03:49:23 2005  

Name: Katie
Message:Ok it is allright Cora don't worry about it. Would I be able to get Life For A Life in castle book shop and if I can't where would be able to get it.
Dated:Tue Nov 1 23:18:11 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sarah C.: Nice to hear from you again.

Heather: I think 'Treachery at Midnight' is the best book that I have written, although a recent review said that 'Doomed to Die' is my best work so far. I wonder if others agree with that.
Yes, I do get to choose the illustrator and give suggestions for the cover, these days. What do you think of the cover of 'A Life for a Life'?

Yes, I write the blurb these days - sometimes the publisher might change a few owrds just to get it to fit. For instance in 'Doomed to Die' I put: 'Who will live, and who will die at Clontarf'? and when I saw the cover it was changed to 'Who will live and die at Clontarf?' which is not so good, I think.
Dated:Tue Nov 1 21:38:06 2005  

Name: Heather
Message:Hi Cora
Sorry I wasn't on for a while, I was a bit busy! In our school we had a book fair, and I bought two of your books, Treachery at midnight and A life for a life. I've read all of Treachery, it was great! I loved how it was exciting at every moment, you think it's over, and then suddenly, there's loads of action! I'm starting A life for a life now. By the way, I was wondering, do you design the cover of your books, like do you chose what the publishers put on it? And do you write the blurb at the back yourself?
Dated:Tue Nov 1 21:10:12 2005  

Name: Sarah.C
Message:Hi everyone!I haven't been on this website since I went back to school.
Cora Harrison:Do you have any tips for writing books or stories?I'm going to start writing a book soon but I haven't got many ideas.
Dated:Tue Nov 1 15:58:58 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Patrick: I liked your addition to the story. Yes, I do think that Bridget's scene-setting is excellent.
Edwina: It's already started.
Dated:Tue Nov 1 14:36:45 2005  

Name: Edwina
Message:Hi Cora,
Any hallowe'en stories?
Dated:Tue Nov 1 13:32:36 2005  

Name: Patrick
Message:I've put a bit on to the story. I think Bridget had a great idea of describing the village hall in such a creepy way. I went to a prty last night in a village hall and it was no way as good as that. Still we had great fun and I didn't get up until 11.00 this morning.
Dated:Tue Nov 1 11:48:40 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Claire
No, I can't read palms, but I do know what all the lines mean. Do you go onto the history page often?
Dated:Tue Nov 1 04:28:06 2005  

Name: Claire
Message:Hi Bridget that was quick. I was just reading up some of the worksheets on the site to help me with my history and then I popped back to the message board and you had already replied. Can you read palms?
Dated:Mon Oct 31 15:33:17 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Claire:
Thanks. Not many people use fireworks here. Most people just dress up and go trick-or-treating. I did go to a Halloween party last night, though. The hostess had hired me to be a gypsy and pretend to do fortune telling.
Dated:Mon Oct 31 15:19:19 2005  

Name: Claire
Message:Hi Bridget: That's a great start to the Halloween story. Are you going to a Halloween party tonight? And if so, are you allowed to use fireworks. In this country they are supposed to be against the law (though lots of people have them).
Dated:Mon Oct 31 15:14:58 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Alannah: I'm so sorry that I forgot to put your chapter seven on your story. October is always terribly busy for me as I have to go to so many libraries and schools.
Chapter Seven is excellent. Keep up the good work - and I do think you should give your story a title now. It probably stops other people reading it when it is just entitled 'No Title as Yet'
Dated:Mon Oct 31 10:42:43 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Katie: You will notice that I deleted your message. That is because you gave your address. You should never, never give your address over the Internet. This site is probably safer than the majority of Internet sites because there are loads of safeguards attached to it and I monitor it every day - sometimes six or seven times a day!
As for sending you books, remember I have thousands of fans all over Ireland and if I sent books to all of them I would be very poor! I only get six books for myself and after that I have to buy them just as you can buy them yourself.
Dated:Mon Oct 31 06:53:39 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:NEW STORY STARTING IN A FEW MINUTES

Bridget: Halloween is very special here in Ireland - always was, even when I was young sixty years ago. We didn't go 'trick or treat', but we did have great parties with pumpkins and hollowed-out turnips and bobbing for apples. It's not so special in England.they celebrate Guy Fawkes with bonfires and fireworks.

Sarah: Yes, I was thinking about the other day and what a good actor you were. Did you come from Feakle?
Dated:Sun Oct 30 20:16:36 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Katie: Hope you are enjoying Wolf in the Frozen Mist. That's a good Halloween/winter story.
Lisa: Mostly I talk to children - mainly primary-aged. I'll have a word with the librarian.
Rory: Glad you liked 'Doomed to Die'. Were you surprised about the boy?
Claire: Thanks for finishing the story.
Fintan: Have you tried 'A Life for a Life'? I think you would like that also.
Natasha: Yes, I had a good time at Tralee.
Dated:Sun Oct 30 20:15:04 2005  

Name: Sarah Nelson
Message:Hi Cora. You were in the Ennis Book Shop a while ago and you picked parts to act out one of your books. You picked me twice. I was the one who kept volenteering, i was the old woman and the wife to the king. Do you remember? I won a book called Murder Strikes again. It's so good i've read it thirteen times so far.
Dated:Sun Oct 30 18:08:15 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Claire
Your ending was great! How do you celebrate Halloween in Ireland?
Hi Cora
Are you doing anything special for Halloween. I'm just asking because I have heard that in other countries people don't really consider Halloween a big deal.
Dated:Sun Oct 30 16:50:18 2005  

Name: Natasha
Message:Hi Cora
I met you when you were in Tralee and I found your talk very interesting. Since meeting you I have read 3 of your books. The best one I think for me was Murder Strikes Again.
Dated:Sun Oct 30 15:55:06 2005  

Name: Fintan
Message:I agree with Rory Doomed to die is a great read.
Dated:Sun Oct 30 15:52:47 2005  

Name: Claire
Message:Hi Cora,
I finsihed the story. Hope it's Ok. When will you start the new Halloween story?
Dated:Sun Oct 30 15:50:16 2005  

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