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Name: Sabrina
Message:Dear Cora I think a good story for the story club would be if two childrens parents mysteriously dissapear during the night
Dated:Sat Oct 8 21:37:32 2005  

Name: Sabrina
Message:Dear Cora I think a good story for the story club would be if two childrens parents mysteriously dissapear during the night
Dated:Sat Oct 8 21:37:16 2005  

Name: Sabrina
Message:Dear Cora I think a good story for the story club would be if two childrens parents mysteriously dissapear during the night
Dated:Sat Oct 8 21:37:06 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Alison: Sorry - I got you muddled up with someone else. By the way, I've put your story on the Story Board.

Orna: What sort of breed is your dog? Is it a big dog, or a small dog?
Dated:Sat Oct 8 20:26:54 2005  

Name: Claire
Message:Hi Cora: I was wondering who to put for another suspect in the murder. I suppose you will need about four to make it a real mystery. Perhaps Bridget will think of another one, or else Brittany or Patrick, or perhaps Alison or Tara.

Hi Bridget: What tempereture does it get to in the winter in Idaho? I looked up my map of USA and I saw where you were. It was about eight o'clock in the morning when I looked it up and I thought about you fast asleep in your bed.
Dated:Sat Oct 8 18:32:38 2005  

Name: Alison and roisin
Message:when i saw that you wrote back i showed it 2 my sis and she said shes DEFINITLY getting your book gorgeous (the second 1)in our local libary where we got gorgeous
Dated:Sat Oct 8 17:19:12 2005  

Name: Orna
Message:I went to see you yesterday in the libiary in Tralee and thought your books sound good.I LOVE dogs too.I have 1 dog called gordie.Bye.
P.S.wolf is really cute.
Dated:Sat Oct 8 16:41:09 2005  

Name: Alison
Message:Cora I'm not from the same school, I'm from St.Enda's N.S. Lisdoonvarna. You came to our school last week!! Is the book out yet?? Is it called goroers also??Keep in touch!!
Dated:Sat Oct 8 14:14:56 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Tara: It was great to meet with your school again and I enjoyed the session at Tralee very much. I'm glad that you enjoyed 'Dark Days'. I passed the ruin of Lemaneh Castle this morning and saw the 'trotting lane' with its high, limestone walls and I thought of you all.

Alison: Are you from the same school?
Yes, I am writing a sequel to 'Gorgeous' and it is about all the same girls at secondary school.
Dated:Sat Oct 8 13:45:42 2005  

Name: Alison
Message:Hi, Cora I've read all your book 'gorgoers'. I thought it as a great book!!! I was wondering are you going to publish a book like when they go to secondary school or something, 'cause I'd like to know?? my sister Róisín has read gorgoers also she also liked it too. She's 9 yrs and in 4th and Im in 6th!!!!!
Dated:Fri Oct 7 21:57:34 2005  

Name: Tara
Message:Hi Cora
You were in the libery today I was one of the 6th class.Your story's were really good.
Dated:Fri Oct 7 17:47:32 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Cora:
It does feel kind of strange to post a message when I know that people in Ireland are asleep.
Does it really only get to fifty-eight degrees? Our summer is at least ninety all the time! And we do swim all year round, but fall, winter, and spring are indoors. During the summer we swim outside.
Dated:Fri Oct 7 01:09:03 2005  

Name: Brittany
Message:Corra by mistake i wrote that they were hoping to run into the killer but i ment the opposite sorry.
Dated:Thu Oct 6 21:36:29 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I have started a new story.
Dated:Thu Oct 6 21:02:30 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Bridget: It's always intriguing to get a message from you and to see the time stamp of almost three o'clock in the morning and to know that you are over in Idaho wide-awake while I am asleep here in Ireland.
Do you go swimming in all weathers, then. Over here, in Lahinch, most people seem to be wearing wet-suits in the so-called Irish summer - often only about 14 or 15 degrees centigrade - about fifty-eight degrees fahrenheit!

Patrick: I'm glad you enjoyed my talk. Keep in touch.
Dated:Thu Oct 6 21:02:02 2005  

Name: Patrick
Message:Hi Cora: Thanks for your talk. All my class thought it was brill. We couoldnt beleive that an hour had gone by. I've started to read Secret Spy and it's great so far. Thanks again for Wenesday it was GR8
Dated:Thu Oct 6 18:38:29 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Cora:
I was just looking through some family pictures, and I found one at my aunt's wedding where I had stepped on a vent and my dress flew up. Of course my mom just had to take a picture of it. Another picture was of a Swim Meet when it was freezing cold, raining, and windy, and all the kids, regardless of teams, are huddled together behind a storage shed.
Dated:Thu Oct 6 02:57:49 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Cora:
Thanks. I wasn't quite sure how to end it.
Hi Claire:
Congratulations! You must be really good at English!
Dated:Thu Oct 6 02:31:12 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Claire: I'm glad you are doing so well. It's a tribute to your hard work and determination.

Ursula: Actually I find it quite easy to read thhings online - even stories as long as yours. However, I do know an editor who hates to read online so everyone varies.

Bridget: That's a great ending. Thanks very much.

EVERYONE: I WILL START A NEW STORY TOMORROW.
Dated:Wed Oct 5 21:00:38 2005  

Name: Ursula
Message:Claire; Thanks for saying you admire my story,Have you read it, it's awfully long for someone to read online. I didn't think many would read if any other than cora of course. WOW by the way all a's in english you're writing must be really good. Well done
Dated:Wed Oct 5 18:36:42 2005  

Name: Claire
Message:Hi Cora
We have the day off today as it is a teachers day. I've put a bit onto the story. I think it could be finished now, what do you think?
I must tell you Cora that my teacher keeps giving me A's for English. I think that is due to you. You encouraged my reading and now you encourage my writing. I'm hoping to do a long story just like Ursula. I admire her story very much.
Dated:Tue Oct 4 16:17:17 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoife: Many thanks for your message. I didn't get the Sunday Independent so I haven't seen the article. I'm going to try on the Internet now.
Have a good day off on Wednesday (I heard from the librarian in Listowel that the schools are off on Wednesday - I was going to go there, but now I'm doing two sessions in Ballybunion instead.)
Dated:Mon Oct 3 19:54:02 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Brittany: I'm not sure either. Perhaps if you sent me your outline through the story club I would let you know whether I thought it would add to the story or not.
I've put your bit onto your other and I've also posted your poem. I like it very much.

Ursula: Yes, I know, especially if you've started on your Leaving Cert. course it must be very hard to get the time. I think the plan of blocking off a bit of time every week is a very good one. It would be a shame not to finish when you've already got so much done.


Dated:Mon Oct 3 19:52:37 2005  

Name: Aoife Trench
Message:I was reading the Sunday Independant yesterday and I saw a bit about Irish children's writers. I saw your name there! You're not alone; I spend half my time reading! I so want to read your new book, A Life For A Life. It sounds very exciting!
See you later, From Aoife Trench :-)
Dated:Mon Oct 3 17:52:11 2005  

Name: ursula
Message:Cora; Hi, ya I know I do plan on finishing it but since I got back to school everything has been go,go,go- very busy and I'm playing camogie so I seem to have very little me time. I think I'll start putting aside some time about an hour on the weekend to do some writing.
Dated:Mon Oct 3 16:38:36 2005  

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