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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Eanna: I think your ending is excellent.
Maria: I hope you don't mind but I had to erase your bit - it would make a very good story, but this story is finished now. I'll keep it if you would like to use it to start a story of your own.

James: I hate that cover and I avoid looking at it. Shame as I quite like the story in the book. What did you think of the story?

Ursula: That sounds great - a very original idea. Would you like to send me what you've done? I'll only put it on the Story Club Board if you want me to - otherwise it can remain private between you and me.
Dated:Wed Aug 17 22:19:28 2005  

Name: Maria
Message:Hi Cora I love your books.Do you think you will write a carry-on to "Gorgeous"
Dated:Wed Aug 17 22:03:03 2005  

Name: Brittany
Message:Thanks claire what part of Ireland are you from by the way
Dated:Wed Aug 17 21:04:21 2005  

Name: Brittany
Message:Eanna I loved how you ended the story
Dated:Wed Aug 17 21:03:16 2005  

Name: Brittany
Message:Thanks Bridget I never been to Idaho before what is it like? Your a great writer by the way.Im glad there is another american on this site. Have you ever been to Ireland before? I did it rocks dude well I got to go
Dated:Wed Aug 17 20:54:37 2005  

Name: Eanna
Message:My two bits were meant to be before Bridgets and were supposed to be the end but Bridget was obviously writing at the same time. I don't know what to do.
Dated:Wed Aug 17 19:58:34 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Brittany:
I've driven through Conneticut before, but never more than that. It's a very pretty state. Welcome to Cora's website!
Dated:Wed Aug 17 19:39:19 2005  

Name: James
Message:Hi Cora,
I was just wondering about the cover of the book The Secert of 1798 why on the french boat there is a dutch flag.
Dated:Wed Aug 17 16:44:03 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Opps I mean Conneticut
Dated:Wed Aug 17 16:39:04 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Realy I also had no Idea that any Americans Went on this Website I live in Conneticutt
Dated:Wed Aug 17 16:38:14 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Claire:
No your part didn't cut across anything. I thought it was great!
Dated:Wed Aug 17 15:52:02 2005  

Name: Ursula
Message:Hi Cora wow that is great. You wrote it very fast. I've started writing a story about a family of 5 with twins and the twins are about 15 years old and the family is about to get bigger as they find out their mum is pregnant with quadruplets.
Its very long with 5000 words already and they are just about to find out she's pregnant. My plan is to continue the story and go through the story of the quads first few months in the house and how it interrupts the family's routine and how the quads get in the way of the teenagers lives. It should be funny.
Dated:Wed Aug 17 13:25:11 2005  

Name: Claire
Message:Hi Cora
It would be great to have another Gorgeous - are you still going to call it 'Twice as Gorgeous' - that was Ursula's idea wasn't it?

Hi Bridget: I put a bit on the story - hope it doesn't cut across any of your ideas.

Hi Brittany: Welcome to the website. It's great to have people from America on it. It makes it very exciting.
Dated:Wed Aug 17 09:17:11 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Brittany M:
Where do you live in the U.S.? I'm from Idaho. I didn't think any other Americans came on Cora's websight.
Dated:Wed Aug 17 03:24:42 2005  

Name: Brittany M
Message:I think it is great that you write back to your fans most famous People ignore there fans i realy appreciate it
Dated:Wed Aug 17 00:12:58 2005  

Name: Brittany M
Message:I live in the U.S but my Cousin's Rachel And Sinead Live in Ireland and introduced me to your books I love Irish history and culture
Dated:Wed Aug 17 00:11:19 2005  

Name: Brittany
Message:Cora You rock i love your books
Dated:Wed Aug 17 00:09:10 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Ursula: Yes, I have written most of it (and it is dedicated to you) - it's now a matter of waiting to see how it fits into my publishers program. There are about 32,000 words in it - I usually reckon that there are about 300 words to a page and about 2,000 to a chapter.

Cillian: I've just put your new bit on to your story. It's great - very exciting.

Claire: that's a great idea about the family tree.

Cian: Yes, I have ideas for more murder stories - at the moment I am writing a murder story for adults.

Dated:Tue Aug 16 20:36:55 2005  

Name: Ursula
Message:Hi cora
I was just interested in knowing how many words are in a book such as gorgeous?
Have you started the second one yet?
Dated:Tue Aug 16 13:28:38 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Claire:
In the summer I'm swimming a lot, so I get fairly tanned. But in the winter I'm probably the whitest person in my family.
In Idaho it's sunny, but chilly. All summer I've been waking up hot in the mornings. For the past two days I've been waking up shivering.
Dated:Mon Aug 15 16:03:45 2005  

Name: Claire
Message:Hi Cora,
I was just thinking that it would be a brill idea if you put a sort of family tree on this website of the people who lived at Drumshee. I've noticed that the books are beginning to join up for instence Secret Spy is a bridge between 1798 and Famine Secret and World War II links up with Drumshee Rebels and with Titanic.

Bridget: You sound very grown-up too. I have black hair, white skin (I don't tan very well) and blue eyes. That's supposed to look Irish, I think. What's the weather like in Idaho today? - its cloudy here in Cork but at least its not raining.
Dated:Mon Aug 15 09:29:54 2005  

Name: Cian
Message:Hi Cora: I thought Treachery at Midnight was your best book, but I also liked the two murder stories. Are you planning to write any other murders?
Hi Eanna: I always think that I'd like to live in Dublin especially in the winter, but this summer I've been swimming with a dolphin in Kerry and last week I went shark fishing for the first time so now I'm begining to think that there are adventages in living in Kerry near to the sea.
Dated:Sun Aug 14 21:06:51 2005  

Name: Bridget
Message:Hi Eanna:
When we have a wet spring or snowy winter, Idaho is fairly green until winter the next year. And then it looks nicer than any place I've ever been. But in the big cities everything is made of plexi-glass. The only green there is either painted of artificial.
Dated:Sun Aug 14 15:30:34 2005  

Name: Eanna
Message:Bridget: Ireland does look nice in the country but where I live, Dublin. It's not that great looking.
Dated:Sun Aug 14 11:23:03 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Cliona: I'm very pleased you said that. Some people are not so keen on that book because of the fact that the main character, Ronan, is so disabled. However, I think it's one of the best character sketches that I have done. It was quite hard to get 'under the skin' of someone who could not move, or even talk.
Dated:Sat Aug 13 20:33:51 2005  

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