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Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Patricia: I think it might be a good idea to expand on the foster home. Give the name of the foster mother and try to visualise what it was like when your main character arrived there. Did she get a meal? What was the bedroom like? What did her foster mother say? What were the rules? Make it real for your reader so that they, too, can imagine what it is like.

Claire, Sara & Lisa: Thanks for your messages.
Dated:Tue Jun 7 19:58:18 2005  

Name: Lisa
Message:Hid Cora, when you came to our school in Galway and you read a bit of Gorgeous I went strait down the town after school and I bought it in Easons. I came home and had my tea and then I just read and read it. I laughed and I cryed and I loved it. I finished it that night and when I came home from school next day I read it again.
Dated:Tue Jun 7 19:32:00 2005  

Name: Sara
Message:I agree with Claire. I love Gorgeous. I think Rosie sounds a bit rude.
Dated:Tue Jun 7 19:23:13 2005  

Name: Claire
Message:Hi Cora,
I don't know what that woman Rosie is on about. I loved Gorgeous and my friends loved Gorgeous and my mum who teaches sixth class loved Gorgeous. She said that you had obviusly been listening to lots of sixth girls talking.
Don't worry about it, Cora, we all love Gorgeous.
Dated:Tue Jun 7 18:59:43 2005  

Name: josh utyr.
Message:hello Mrs. Harrison. As you know, my name is josh utyr. I am 25 and I am from Russia. I have only been here for 2 years, so I am only just getting up to scratch on my english gotta go: JOSH
Dated:Tue Jun 7 18:27:04 2005  

Name: Patricia
Message:What parts of the story, "turning a new leaf" should I expand.
Dated:Tue Jun 7 18:23:27 2005  

Name: Olga Martenzi
Message:Hi Cora, I've never read any of your books because they havn't really appealed to me in the past. My new friends are all into them, so I might read one. luv ya OLGA!
Dated:Tue Jun 7 18:22:39 2005  

Name: theo and lily, a.k.a: thee & l
Message:you met us a few years ago in O'Mahonys bookshop
in Limerick. We came with our class and you signed our books. We both loved: Viking at drumshee and Gorgeous! Thanx for replying! Thee& Lil.
Dated:Tue Jun 7 17:56:19 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Alannah: The last words in your story were 'but I' so I think some more must have gone missing. Send it to me on the message board and I will type it in. By the way, I think your story is great and I would recommend it to everyone to read.
rose: Of course everyone has a different opinion of books. If you have a look at the review page and at the messages you will see that my book 'Gorgeous' is very popular with most readers.
Lorcan: Thanks for all your story entries. You have a great imagination. Do you think the story is nearing its end now?
Dated:Tue Jun 7 17:17:08 2005  

Name: rose, manorhamilton co. leitri
Message:i usually like your books, and have bought all of your previous titles for my daughters aged 9 and 13, so i hope you don't mind me saying that 'gorgeous' is just dreadful- creaky, unnatural dialogue and a slow-moving, predictable plot..... my daughters didn't enjoy it at all. very disappointing.
Dated:Tue Jun 7 16:46:28 2005  

Name: Alannah
Message:Cora: I just added Chapter 8. But at the last word, it got sent. The word is 'morning', and could you please type it in when you're putting that chapter onto the Story Board please?
Dated:Tue Jun 7 15:45:33 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Lorcan: That's fine - cautious people are often very brave. I just meant that he was different to Kesla who just jumps inot everything without looking or thinking first.
I think this story is nearing to a close now, what do you all think?
H.C.C.: I've had to delete your bit as it didn't make sense with what had gone before. By the way, I like full names and if possible your school name the first time you join in with the story or send a message.
Dated:Mon Jun 6 17:15:51 2005  

Name: Lorcan
Message:Sorry, i made Duv brave because i didnt see the message.
Dated:Mon Jun 6 15:23:17 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Lauren: That is very useful - what a strange word! I wonder what it came from?

Lorcan: Let's say that Kesla and Duv are brother and sister and that they are twins and Kesla is a very cool, and yet impulsive character with a lot of courage, whereas Duv is much more cautious.
Dated:Sun Jun 5 18:24:55 2005  

Name: Lorcan
Message:Could you tell everyone else whether they are brother or sister
Dated:Sun Jun 5 17:35:14 2005  

Name: laura mc grath
Message:Hi Cora,
you came into the girls school in oranmore and you were looking for words young people use,this is one of them,tome,it means that something is cool.
from laura
Dated:Sun Jun 5 17:27:28 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Patricia: Yes, I liked the story very much and I have put it on the Story Board.

Bridget: You write very well. Have you ever tried a full-length story?
Dated:Sat Jun 4 22:15:20 2005  

Name: Patricia
Message:Hi Cora,
I wrote a new story it's called, "Turning a New Leaf." Hope you like it.
Dated:Sat Jun 4 18:17:32 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Lorcan & Eanna: I originally I did think of Kesla and Duv as being brother and sister, or perhaps twins, but the story can go anyway it likes.It seems to be turning into a fantastical adventure.
Dated:Thu Jun 2 19:43:02 2005  

Name: Eanna
Message:The story is sort of turning into a fantasy. Kesla and Duv aren't brother and sister are they?
Dated:Thu Jun 2 16:36:42 2005  

Name: Lorcan
Message:Briget: I just want to say that KESLA and duv are brother and sister
Dated:Thu Jun 2 14:08:55 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Colleen: Thank you for your story. I think you did it very well. I have put it on the Story Board.
Heather: I hope you are well. Some time we must meet. I'm always going to schools in Mayo. I do love your School Crisis stories.
Dated:Wed Jun 1 20:05:59 2005  

Name: Heather
Message:Hi Cora
Sorry I wasn't on for a while, I don't know what happened, maybe i was very busy! Anyway, I sent you a story, tell me what you think. Oh, and by the way, I think the story is going great! See you later!
Dated:Tue May 31 21:25:04 2005  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:I think that the new story is going very well. It's great to think of people from all over Ireland: Dublin, Clare, Galway, Mayo, and Cork adding to it and then when we are all fast asleep at about 1.00 am in our time, Bridget from USA pops in with her entry.
Eanna: Yes, it's probably Iron Age, or Stone Age - I thought of it as Iron Age, but it doesn't matter.
Ursula: That shows you have a great imagination.
Dated:Mon May 30 20:52:11 2005  

Name: Eanna
Message:I didn't realise the story was meant to be a stone age one. So is it changed back to a stone age one now?
Dated:Mon May 30 17:39:30 2005  

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