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Name: Molly
Message:What date in June?

I'm 11 and born on the 19th!

I'm reading Secret of the seven crosses!
Dated:Thu Nov 22 15:59:01 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Brigid: My first book was called 'Nuala & her Secret Wolf' and was about a girl who rescued a wolf cub and reared it secretly - eventually it saved her life.


I don't think I am very famous, but I do enjoy being an author. Once of my treats recently was to have a champagne and smoked salmon breakfast with one of editors on a rooftop restaurant in Trafalgar Square in London.

My faourite Drumshee book is 'Dark Days at Drumshee' which is about the time of Oliver Cromwell.

Dated:Wed Nov 21 18:16:49 2012  

Name: brigid
Message:Hi Cora can i ask you a few questions what was the first book you wrote? what was it called? what was it about? what is it like to be a famous auther? out of all the books you wrote which would be your favourite?
Dated:Wed Nov 21 17:42:01 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:September is a nice month for a birthday as the weather is usually good.

Mine is June and I like that, too.

Dated:Wed Nov 21 16:03:11 2012  

Name: brigid
Message:Hi Cora I'm 10 my birthday is on the 10th of September
Dated:Wed Nov 21 15:48:01 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Many thanks, Brigid. Good luck in future. How old are you now?
Dated:Tue Nov 20 17:51:40 2012  

Name: brigid
Message:Ok then it dosn't matter
Dated:Tue Nov 20 16:01:04 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I enjoyed doing the e-mails, too, Jennifer. It was the first time that I had done anything like that and it made a change from the other Drumshee books which were focused on the past history of Ireland.

Hope you liked the dog!
Dated:Fri Nov 16 09:43:01 2012  

Name: Jennifer
Message:Hi Cora, I love your book "Millenium@Drumshee" because at the end I loved that Bruce and Emma kissed. I loved reading the e-mails because it felt like they were actually my emails. :D Lol x'DD
Dated:Thu Nov 15 21:18:36 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Sorry, Brigid, no I don't remember you and I am not deleting any more stories.
Dated:Thu Nov 15 16:30:48 2012  

Name: brigid
Message:Hi Cora i'm not sure you remeber me but any way about that story can you deleet the bit i did
Dated:Thu Nov 15 16:26:07 2012  

Name: Conor
Message:Maybe..... I can't be sure. You apologized anyway, but you were probably thinking of other things. I'm on the 29th page of my book, though. YAY!
Dated:Wed Nov 14 21:30:41 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Conor: Did I see you?

Niamh: Sorry, I'm so stupid. I got mixed up. es, of course, I remember you.
I was just looking at the lovely picture that your school gave me when your email came and thinking what a lovely day that was.

A very, very long way for someone of my age, I'm afraid.
Dated:Wed Nov 14 21:02:09 2012  

Name: Conor
Message:That would be fantastic, Cora. Not many of my friends share my love for reading and writing. I'm sorry to be bothering you so much by the way. I also met you in Dunnes Stores last year while you were buying plants and I crashed into you. I just thought of that today actually! :)
Dated:Wed Nov 14 19:57:52 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Conor: I get your point and it's silly of me to try to evaluate until the book is finished - remember that the Skullduggery books are about 40,000 words, though and it's all a matter of proportion.

Perhaps we might meet one day - I'm not too keen on school visits at the moment because I am very busy, but my ten-year-old grandson will be coming in the Christmas holidays and he read your first bit and thought it was fantastic. I bet he would like to meet you and perhaps we could arrange something.
Dated:Wed Nov 14 18:42:10 2012  

Name: Conor Clancy
Message:See, I like to put in some speech and stuff like that because this is actually my novel. When I have it finished I'll be sending it away for evaluation. But I read the Skullduggery Pleasant series and I like the way that the conversations go, as they make the story more interesting. Plus, this book has an intricate backstory so I have to explain some stuff. Also, if you would be interested, I would love it if you would come Kilshanny N.S. Thanks!
Dated:Wed Nov 14 17:33:27 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I don't do many schools, these days, Niamh - I'm getting too old, I think.
Where is your school?
Dated:Wed Nov 14 16:06:37 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Conor: That's the 64 dollar question - and impossible to answer. I've given up answering questions like that. The easy answer is 'yes'; the most like is 'I don't know' - but the answer is not 'no', if that is any help.
I will advise though, that it is worth making it very fast moving and cutting out anything that slows the pace.
I thought the beginning was excellent, but then it slowed down. Try to keep the action going and only give information in one or two sentences in between. ~whenever you find yourself explaining or giving a lecture, then stop.
Dated:Wed Nov 14 16:05:39 2012  

Name: Niamh
Message:Hello Cora Could please come down for a visit to my school for a visit again!?!?
Dated:Wed Nov 14 15:42:22 2012  

Name: Conor
Message:Do you think I'm good enough to get published though?
Dated:Wed Nov 14 12:43:55 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Conor:

Times are very hard in the publishing world.

But, nowadays, a more exciting prospect has opened up where you can self-publish to e-book - either through Amazon for a Kindle, or as an app for an ipad. I know very little about either - except that some people have started like this and ended up selling a million copies - usually started up by selling the books free or for something very small and then increasing the price as they became more popular.
I know even less about 'apps'.

But if you have access to a computer you can find out about these things - I think it might be an ideal way for teenagers to start in the world of books - after all they must know, better than adults, what appeals to their age group.
Dated:Wed Nov 14 11:10:24 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Taiane: That's horrible - to lose a piece of work on the computer - very discouraging. The best thing is to start re-writing as fast as possible while it is in your head. That works better than you would think.

Yes, you will be able to get 'Jane Austen Stole My Boyfriend' on Amazon - also 'Debutantes'.

I don't think that you would like 'The London Murder Mysteries' as much as 'Debutantes'.
Dated:Wed Nov 14 11:00:21 2012  

Name: Conor Clancy
Message:Hey, I sent you a couple of more parts of my story. Also, of what you've read so far, do you think I could get published when I finish this story, in a year or so? also, what are the steps one takes to get published and what does it cost? Thanks, Cora!
Dated:Tue Nov 13 21:13:24 2012  

Name: Taiane
Message:Hey, Cora!
I miss you!
Meu computador parou de funcionar e eu perdi uma parte que eu tinha escrito e agora eu não sei tudo o que tinha escrito... :(
Eu tive várias ideias para escrever outros livros.
Vou perguntar de novo à editora se vão publicar "Jane Austen stole my boyfriend" e, é claro, "Debutantes". Será que "The London Murder Mysteries" vão ser publicados também?? Queria muito lê-los! Mas, se nenhum deles forem publicados aqui, vou comprá-los em inglês mesmo. Dá pra comprar pela Amazon?
Kisses,
Taiane.
Dated:Tue Nov 13 20:26:47 2012  

Name: Taiane
Message:How do you do? Writing a lot? I'm trying to write but it's being difficult to me...
But I have some ideas to write... Uma é sobre uma menina que recebe uma carta de uma desconhecida, mas ela vai descobrir que não é uma desconhecida :) (Mas não vou contar mais sobre, se não estraga a surpresa!).
E a outra é escrever a história da Jane Austen, só que nos dias de hoje. O que acha? Teria que pesquisar muito, mas acho que valeria a pena. Well, my vacation is coming and I'll try to message you more!
Dated:Tue Nov 13 20:26:34 2012  

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