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Name: River-Ocean
Message:Cora thank you so much for your suggesting but have you got anymore???? i just like to read a lot in my spare time!!!! sorry to bother you again but i guess that reading somebody's book who has gone thorugh the same things as me can be quite challenging and exciting. thank you.
Dated:Fri Oct 26 12:54:28 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:It would be hard for me to guess, Molly, as I have written nearly forty books for children!
Dated:Fri Oct 26 12:41:48 2012  

Name: molly mglennon
Message:hi cora i thought your book was amazing im going to keep it a secret so im not going to tell you what book it is i love writing i hope i grow up to be as good a book writer as you are could send me a book i would be very greatful yours truly molly
Dated:Fri Oct 26 12:13:15 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Shayley: I had the most wonderful fun writing that book -and also 'Jane Austen Stole my Boyfriend' (just a fun title). I visited the city of Bath, which is so locked into that era, and spent a wonderful few days wandering around the streets and imagining my story.
Dated:Thu Oct 25 18:05:37 2012  

Name: shayley
Message:i recently finished reading ur bk i was jane austens best friend
i totally loved it. Ive read so many teen books but none of them were as exquisite as urs
i loved the way the story was set in the olden days and u put down every detail about it .when i read it i cud feel my self living there
the way u made it sound so grand for some time i was wishing that i cud live in that prim and courteous way.
i noe u have so many mails to reply to but i wud really like it if u cud reply
u r d most writer i hope you cud write more books like this one love,shayley(not my real name)
Dated:Thu Oct 25 11:34:06 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:River-Ocean: Part of my email went missing.

What I meant to say was that I'd love you to continue your story - just paste it into the story club with your name and the title of the story and then just put 'continued' above it so that I know to paste it onto the end of the bit you've already done.
Dated:Sat Oct 20 10:52:48 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:River-Ocean:On the contrary, what I said was thst I liked long stories - it's the two or three hasty lines from people old enough to do better that I find time-consuming and rather annoying.

re books: I put this last week - if you scroll down you'll see it:

Have youever read 'I Capture the Castle' by Dodie Smith. the girl who tells the story in it is a bit like you - wanting desperately
to be a writer and feeling misunderstood by those around her.
A librarian would be the best person to help you, though. I would not be up-to-date on the Do keep writing, but send it to the story club. Just put the title on the top and under it the word 'continued'
Dated:Sat Oct 20 09:26:31 2012  

Name: River-Ocean
Message:I'm sorry if I bothered you with my long story! I didn't really mean to. I get how busy you can be! Anyway I just wanted to ask whether you are able to give me any books which I can read! I'm mean I kinda ran out of the books which I wanted to read! I hope you have time!
Dated:Fri Oct 19 21:17:22 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I think that I will make a new rule to say that all stories should be at least a page long before you send them to me. I really am very busy and it takes the same amount of time to put on a few dashed-off lines as to put on a proper story with a beginning, a middle and an end.
It is, also, much easier to comment on a proper story.

I don't mind if people, who are writing a long book, send me a few chapters at a time - that makes sense, but I don't want any more three-line stories, please.
Dated:Tue Oct 16 09:07:30 2012  

Name: Niamh
Message:Hello Cora. Have you heard of Jean Ure, If you havent she is a good author for kids and I like her alot.The books are good!
Dated:Mon Oct 15 19:41:57 2012  

Name: Brigid
Message:Hi Cora i wont be able to finish it all i never thought it would take so long! sorry i said it would be ready today
Dated:Mon Oct 15 17:54:12 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Brigid: I'd prefer to wait until Monday and put the whole thing on in one go.
Dated:Sun Oct 14 11:04:14 2012  

Name: Brigid
Message:Hi Cora can you add my story and on Monday i will try and finish it thanks a lot
Dated:Sun Oct 14 10:29:34 2012  

Name: Brigid
Message:Hi Cora do you have to go to submit your story to write in the finishing touches to your story or can you just tipe on the story page? Is it possible to deleet everything after hopped at the bottom of the page? I am writing a new story but i forgot it at my aunties
Dated:Sun Oct 14 09:57:34 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Write it now, Brigid, and I'll add it on. Yes, I admire both Enid Blyton (especially the Famous Five series and C.S. Lewis.

Niamh & Molly: I haven't put your latest stories on because they are just too short. It's just not worth opening up a new form for a few words.
Dated:Sat Oct 13 16:03:54 2012  

Name: Brigid
Message:Hi Cora i saw your comment i agree if i had put an end it would have been better. Next time i write a story i will think about what you said. My favourite authors are Enid Blyton and C S Lewis what do you think of these writers?
Dated:Sat Oct 13 15:09:26 2012  

Name: Niamh
Message:Hi Cora that girl brigid who text you is my friend!
Dated:Sat Oct 13 10:03:09 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Brigid: Thanks for your story - I'ved put it on the Story Board - with a comment. Yes, I like Fiona, best, though I suppose Deirdre is a better person.

River-Ocean: Have youever read 'I Capture the Castle' by Dodie Smith. the girl who tells the story in it is a bit like you - wanting desperately
to be a writer and feeling misunderstood by those around her.

Dated:Fri Oct 12 21:12:56 2012  

Name: River-Ocean
Message:Sorry Cora to bother you but I really would like to know what kind of books would you recommend me to read? You already know the type of genres I like - I mean based from my story, you must at least have an idea. I am running out of books to read because I read them too fast. Thanks
Dated:Fri Oct 12 20:28:20 2012  

Name: brigid
Message:Hi Cora i am from Glenaan primary school we have just finished Famine Secret at Drumshee i really enjoyed it. Out of all the series of Drumshee which book would be your favourite? My favourite character was Fiona who is yours? I have writen a story in the story club that i did in primary 4 if you do not like it please say so.
Dated:Fri Oct 12 20:25:33 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:That's nice - which one do you like best?
Dated:Thu Oct 11 19:33:31 2012  

Name: Lucia
Message:Hi cora, i like your books
Dated:Thu Oct 11 19:25:34 2012  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:River-Ocean: Could you possibly put all of these messages together and paste them into the Story Club - yes, I am very intrigued by the Jena mystery.
Dated:Thu Oct 11 18:06:58 2012  

Name: Olivia
Message:Hi!
Dated:Thu Oct 11 18:03:38 2012  

Name: River-Ocean
Message:“I have decided no- I mean, I have decided to ma-marry Prince Richard!” I breathed out those words as if they were the last of my breath. King Edward walked over me. I couldn’t look at him in the eye because I knew what I had said was against my will. King Matthew and King Edward started to discuss wedding plans, James congratulated Richard, Sophia was hugging Millie and Isabella came over to me. I felt as if I had let myself down. “Thank you, Faith. You made the right choice,” she whispered in my ear as she brushed past me. I was left there speechless wandering what she has meant…
(I am sorry to disappoint you. I hope you like my magic touch!)
Dated:Thu Oct 11 17:54:27 2012  

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